Monday, June 9, 2014

Exploring Fortune Island


There are so many islands to explore in Batangas, namely: 
Tingloy, Bonito, Isla Verde, and Sombrero Island, to cite a few. 
But one island stands out from rest - Fortune Island!

June 7, 2014
PAGASA has not yet officially declared the end of the summer season neither the start of the rainy season. Honestly, I was asking myself the question whether I will still continue with my summer travel. Classes in FEU will start on June 25 and without anything to do, I told myself why not have one last tour with Red Chuca's (aka Adobo Journey) event/tour. Luck was on my side that week after the event was canceled, Red decided to revive the tour. My gratitude to Red! Hooray! Anyway, a week ago we were in Jomalig Island, Quezon. Now, we find ourselves in another adventure, i.e. to explore Fortune Island.

at Feast of Tabernacle Beach Resort, Barangay Wawa 
For those who have been asking me how to go to Fortune Island, here is your answer.

How to get there

There a variety of options in going to Nasugbu, Batangas.

Option 1 - from EDSA, Pasay City
Ride a BSC or DLTB bus en route to Nasugbu, Batangas. Travel time is 3-4 hours. It is 92 kilometers from Pasay. Fare is P155.00. Alight in Jollibee, Nasugbu, Batangas. Then, ride a tricycle to Barangay Wawa for P10.00 only. Specifically, in Fortune Island Resort.

Option 2 - from Buendia, Pasay City
Ride a DLTB bus en route to Nasugbu, Batangas. Travel time is 3-4 hours. It is 94 kilometers from Buendia. And the fare is also P155.00. Alight in Jollibee, Nasugbu, Batangas. Then, ride a tricycle to Barangay Wawa for P10.00 only. Specifically, in Fortune Island Resort.

Option 3 - from Park n Ride, City Hall, Manila
Ride the bus going to Nasugbu (they have a schedule and it is better to inquire), Travel time is 3-4 hours. Fare is P173.00.  Alight in Jollibee, Nasugbu, Batangas. Then, ride a tricycle to Barangay Wawa for P10.00 only. Specifically, in Fortune Island Resort.

Option 4 - from Cubao
Ride the bus (DLTB) going to Nasugbu.  Travel time is 3-4 hours. Fare is P173.00.  Alight in Jollibee, Nasugbu, Batangas. Then, ride a tricycle to Barangay Wawa for P10.00 only. Specifically, in Fortune Island Resort.

Option 5 - from Olivares, Tagaytay
From SM Calamba, ride the van going to Tagaytay and alight in Jollibee, Olivares. Fare is P70.00 and travel time is more than an hour depending on the traffic. From Olivares, ride either the jeepney or bus going to Nasugbu, fare is P78.00 and travel time is 60-80 minutes.  Alight in Jollibee, Nasugbu, Batangas. Then, ride a tricycle to Barangay Wawa for P10.00 only. Specifically, in Fortune Island Resort.

Option 6 - from Talisay, Batangas
Ride the jeep going either to Talisay or Laurel, Batangas. Fare is P23 and travel time is less than an hour. Alight at the Municipal Hall in Talisay and board the tricycle to Banga. Reaching Banga, ride the jeep (P40), motorcycle (P150) or tricycle (P300) to Tagaytay. Travel time is 15-20 minutes only. Alight in Olivares,  ride either the jeepney or bus going to Nasugbu, fare is P78.00 and travel time is 60-80 minutes.  Alight in Jollibee, Nasugbu, Batangas. Then, ride a tricycle to Barangay Wawa for P10.00 only. Specifically, in Fortune Island Resort.


Option 7
Hire a van going to Nasugbu. 
Foton Van for Hire (several units available)
Derick Villegas - contact numbers: 0917-504-0770 / 0998-545-0016 / (043)-778-4657
With wifi, GPS Navigation, videoke, RFID, Sky
at the boarding point of the boat ride to Fortune Island

Fortune Island Resort
 Apacible Blvd, Wawa, Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines
Contact number - 0906-380-5259
Internet phone - 070-4300-7715
email: ggkbr6269@gmail.com
homepage: http://m_cafe_naver_com/fortune island

Fortune Island Resort is the one managing ALL the tours in Fortune Island.
They also provide scuba diving and island hopping tour.
They also have ATV rentals.
It is co-owned by Mr. Kim and Mr. Steve whom I both met in the resort.

It is BETTER if the resort will be the one to ARRANGE your boat to the island. If you are traveling alone or 2 or more, they will the the one to squeeze you in other tours.

Entrance fee to the island
P300 - day tour
P400 - overnight
ALTERNATIVELY - (But I still RECOMMEND that Fortune Island Resort be the one to arrange your boat rental needs.)


Boat for Hire
Ely B. Catubigan / Batoy Catubigan
Tabernacle Beach Resort
 Wawa, Nasugbu, Batangas
0947-574-7548 / 0905-602-2041

Boat hire / Guide 
Mang Chris - 0908-722-5628
Mang Dante - 0939-489-5292


Day Tour - P4,000.00 (10 pax only) 
Overnight Tour - P6,000 (10 pax) / P8,000-9,000 (15 pax)

Best time to visit the island is between the months of March to June only. It is better to travel in a large group (8-10 pax) to minimize the cost of renting a boat.  

Fortune Island viewed from the boat

Per Red's itinerary, our call time in Buendia, Pasay was 3:00 am and ETA in Nasugbu is 7:00 am. We were supposed to meet at Jollibee branch in Nasugbu. But Sir Rico Garcia and I opted Option 6, and we arrived in Olivares around 5:00 am and 6:30 am in Nasugbu. But the group arrived 5:45 am. 

Around 7:45 am, we went to Barangay Wawa and boarded the boat to Fortune Island. Travel time in the boat is 1 hour and 20 minutes. Usually, it is only 1 hour but due to rough waters, we reached the island more than the allotted time.

panoramic view of the Fortune Island beach
The wave was strong enough to get us all wet but it was part of the thrill going to Fortune Island. We were 12 that day under the leadership of Red Chuca.


I immediately saw the ruins at the top of the island and told myself I had to be there at once! We got out stuff and proceeded to our camping area at the top of the beach.


The beach is white sand. There are portions of the beach with powdered white sand and there are portions with rough white sand and shells abound in the shore.  Aside from our group, there were 4-5 other groups who will spend the night in the island.



I brought my stuff to our camping area and immediately Sir Rico and I proceeded to the top of the ruins. We had to take advantage of the blue skies that day and off we go to the top.


I thought I was in Parthenon in Greece!


The Parthenon is a temple on the Athenian Acropolis, Greece, dedicated to the goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens considered their patron.


 But reality struck! I am in Fortune Island!


Sir Rico enjoying the panoramic view from the top of the island
Fortune Island is a photographer's dream! A sight to behold and get lost!


I almost forgot, there is a landing fee of P300/pax for day tour and P400/pax for overnight tour. You can camp anywhere in the island. Mang Loreto (0928-453-8821) is the caretaker of the island. 


view at the top of the island

There is no electricity nor drinking water in the island. No food outlet or canteen. But it has mobile network signals of Smart and Globe. There is a toilet but there is no water. It is better to bring your wet wipes or use salt water for toilet purposes. 


the ship wreck

After spending an hour at the top of the ruins, I went down and explored the island. There was this ship wreckage at the opposite side of the island and a good site to take your souvenir pictures. There are no pirates! =)


the trail

From the ship wreck, there is a trail going to the lighthouse. Rico, Samara, Marcio and I decided to trek the lighthouse. From the wreck, you have to walk for 40-50 meters and you will see a black pipe. Just follow the black pipe and you will end up at the lighthouse. No need for a guide, only your courage, determination and perseverance will do.


the lighthouse
After 20 minutes, we reached the lighthouse! Unfortunately, the entrance was closed and we were not able to climb the top of the lighthouse.





With Samara and Marcio, Brazilian tourists in the Philippines

We spent 15 minutes enjoying the scenery and after that, we decided to descend. 


The trail was rocky, steep and a bit difficult. Going up was a bit easier than descending. And after 25 minutes, we reached the beach anew. Strolling in the beach, I met the owner of the island.


with Steve, Korean owner of the island
I introduced myself and told him about my blog and he was delighted to hear that I will be writing my travel in Fortune Island. He was very accommodating and friendly. It was a good thing I met him.


Scuba Diving and Hopping Tour

Steve Song
General Manager and PADI Scuba Instructor
Fortune Island Resort, Apacible Blvd.
Wawa, Nasugbu, Batangas
+63-915-881-9756
Internet phone - 070-4300-7715
e-mail- quepit76@naver.com
homepage -  http://m.cafe.naver.com/fortuneisland


fishermen in the island
Activities in the island

camping, trekking, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, island hopping 

Past 4 pm, we were grilling the fish and we decided to buy some more from the local fishermen fishing beside the island.


July holding the 2 Unicorn fish
And for P350.00, we were able to buy 2 Unicorn fish and 1 Paco fish. They were huge!



And the grilling of the fish continued, 1 Unicorn fish was cooked in Adobo style. 


enjoying the grilled fish!

We took our early dinner past 5 pm and enjoyed the grilled fish and Bistek Beef! 
We were hoping for a sunset but it was cloudy that day. It was a futile wait!

FUN!

The fun continued after dinner! We had our drinking spree of Lambanog and Alfonso light. While drinking, we played games and enjoyed the night. After the session, some decided to take a swim but I decided to sleep for my early sunrise viewing.

Day 2



I woke up 4:45 am only to find out that it was still cloudy that morning but I still decided to watch the sunrise from the ruins.




The sun came out that day but there was no splendor or drama to it as it was covered by the clouds. Another futile wait! And so I decided to go down to shore and take a morning swim! It was a good day even though it was a bit cloudy.



I strolled again in the island and took pictures. Fortune island offers so many pictures. 




While swimming, I did a bit of snorkeling and underwater photography. 

 breakfast prepared and cooked by Red Chuca


Past 8 am, we took our breakfast to my delight because I was already famished! 

the 12 participants, I took the picture in case you are wondering =)

After breakfast, we broke our tent and decided to go back to the mainland. 
The waves were so strong that day and while boarding the boat, I got wet again in the process. But I did not mind it! =)


Exploring Fortune island is a treasured experience! 

It's Really More Fun in Nasugbu, Batangas!
Thanks again Red Chuca!


Tips - 
1. It is better to negotiate your rent of the boat directly to Mang Chris or Mang Dante without any fixers/agents.
2. It is better to bring supplies of water in the island.
3. There is no tent rental in the resort or island. Please bring your own. Using hammock is neither an option. Sleeping bags can be used as there are dilapidated shelters in the island.
4. The waves can be so strong that you will get wet while boarding or onboard the boat, better bring a spare clothing just for this purpose.
5. Do not forget to bring a camera! Enjoy Fortune Island! 

Participants:
Red Chuca
Rico Garcia
Jun Villegas
Olay Rullan
Marcio MN
Samara Prestes
July
Net
Gary
Bianca
Albert
Ralph

  My newest blog about Fortune Island
Return to Fortune Island
http://junvillegas.blogspot.com/2015/06/return-to-fortune-island-nasugbu.html

119 comments:

  1. Wow! Really beautiful island!

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  2. Hello po Smartpacker! Pajoin naman sa group nyo. Gustong-gusto ko talaga magtravel kaso wala akong company. :P
    lizadejesus@rocketmail.com

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    1. Ok, I suggest either you add me Jun Villegas or Red Chuca sa facebook. Red Chuca organizes tours and I join tours. If we have one we will let you know. Here is my email add - junv37@gmail.com =)

      Most of the tours are scheduled during sembreak or summer. Keep in touch!

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    2. hello po pwede pa rin pong bang maki-join sa mga lakad niyo?
      madalas po kasi soloista ako...gusto ko lang pong makasama sa mga group para makatipid on costs :)

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    3. try to find Red Chuca sa facebook sya yung organizer

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    4. FYI si Leviste po ang may ari ng fortune island the former husband of Loren Legarda

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    5. FYI si Leviste po ang may ari ng fortune island the former husband of Loren Legarda

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    6. FYI si Leviste po ang may ari ng fortune island the former husband of Loren Legarda

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  3. Ive been meaning to visit fortune island. sana ma chempohan ko din ang mga group tours nato! I cant afford the boat alone! :P


    nice adventures!

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    1. I think another tour will be organized next year. The waves are already strong when we went there. I suggest you add Red Chuca sa fb, Sya yung event organizer.

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  5. Wow!!! It was a really good explanation about our weekend on the island, I can not add any word more!! Also I recommend to everyone to go there, but better preserve the island, don't let any trash there. Preserve nature, preserve life!

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  6. How much is the entrance fee?

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  7. Hi, what if we drive to nasugbu? meron bang malapit na mapapagpark-an ng kotse?

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    1. madaming parking space at area dun. Yung resort malaki din ang parking space

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  8. hi, anong month po kayo pumunta dito june ba? as you mentioned March-May ang best time to travel didto.
    d kasi ako marunong lumangoy pero gusto ko pumusta didto lol.
    medyo malaki laki ba ang talaga ang waves? hehe

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  9. Sir, may ihawan po ba? Thanks.

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    1. merun naman, you just have to find it kasi kung san san iniiwan ng mg gumamit =)

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  10. Sir, ano po yung best route papuntang fortune. we're from Calamba po. Thanks

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    1. Go to Nasugbu via Tagaytay. You can take the ride inside SM Calamba. Upon arriving in Olivares, Tagaytay, take the bus ride to Nasugbu. Then, ride the tricycle to the docking area of the boats.

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  11. Sir, we're planning to go here on January 17, as you said above "Best time to visit the island is between the months of March to May only" Only, so I thought there could be a problem on going there by that date. What you think sir. Were having 2nd thoughts but we really want to go.. Badly. We're just not sure if the ocean is calm or what. Please give us some advice. Thanks!

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    1. I am from Batangas. Right now the winds are really strong and cold. I went there last summer and waves were already strong. It is a risk going there right now but if you want adventure, for sure you will have one. Stay safe.

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  12. hi! would like to ask if there's any other way going to fortune island? yung hindi na mag boat pa? wer pllaning for a prenup shoot there :) thanks!

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    1. Only by boat.I have no idea if a helicopter can land there, there is no helipad.

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  13. helipad is available in the Island if your going to use chopper in going to Fortune Island just advise your contact person and send your entrance fee and you can go directly to the Island,, -Mommy Sarah-

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  14. for mare info about fortune island resort pls contact
    jun
    09359854788
    thank u

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  15. We are going to the island on feb 7. May lifevest po ba sa boat? Baka malakas po ung waves sa araw na yan.

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  16. hi Do you have any breakdown of your expenses? tnx

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    1. This was a group tour. I really cannot recall the exact amount of the expenses. But if my memory serves me right, as a whole I spent not more than P3,000.

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  18. Hi! Can i join any group who are planning to visit this island soon? I think it is really fantastic.

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    1. yes, try to search for Journeying James. They are the ones organizing the tour.

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  19. Hi, how much po yung rent sa boat?

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    1. Honestly, I cannot exactly recall. But I know it was not more than 2,000.

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  20. I hope the owners of the island renovate the resort. I went there many years ago, nung exclusive for club members pa sya. Super ganda ng island na yan. Isa sa mga cherished memories ko ang pag-stay doon.

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  21. spelunker... wow! its one of my bucket list.

    Thanks for the information, we'll be here on Saturday. ^^

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  22. ppunta kmi on May 2,2015 only a day tour and where only 5 bka may ppunta din dun s gnung date share n lng tau s bangka pra mk mura...

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    1. ppunta din kme dun sa May 2, 2015 mag overnyt po kme dun. 4 lang po kme. pwede kaya yun na mag share tau ng rent sa bangka? eto po email ko.. geneline14@gmail.com. thanks!

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    2. Hi, pajoin sa day tour boat rental sa may 2. Email me kimpalanca(at)yahoo(dot)com. Thanks!

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  24. Hi were planning din to go there on may 2 for day tour also. Were only 2. Do you have contact details na sa bangkero? Heres my email gonzalesjoyce07@yahoo.com

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  25. we're also planning to go there on may23.overnight sana.6 lang kmi baka may gusto makijoin.email me psyche002500@yahoo.com tnx! :-)

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  26. Hi. Planning to go there on May 15, Friday, Daytour. Baka may ppnta sa inyo at pde sumabay sa bangka :) Mej takot kasi kami bumyahe sa dagat kaya mas okay if may iba pa kasama :)

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  27. Hi! Anyone visiting the island on May 16-17? We are a group of 7 and still looking for another group to share the boat cost with. Email me for details at jadedanne11@gmail.com

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  28. Hi! Is it still good to go there on june 1-2? Thanks!

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    1. Yup, we had our tour last year on the second week of June.

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  29. Hello! Anyone who'll be having a Day Tour on May 16, 2015? We're only 4 in the group. Kindly email me at argeniaco@yahoo.com if you want to share the boat ride with us going to fortune island to cut the cost of the ride. Thanks!

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  30. Hi! We are planning to go there by June 6-7. Is it safe ba na bumyahe sa bangka by night, ang arrival siguro namin sa nasugbu is around 10-12midnight. any suggestions? thanks

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    1. I think there is no boat ride at night. Better arrive around 4 am and look for you ride. In case it is inevitable that you really have to arrive at night, try to find a low cost hotel or resort OR camp at the beach in one of the resorts.

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    2. Thank you :)

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    3. Hi just want to ask if you plan to go on june 6, how many are you in the group? we're trying to cut the expense on renting a boat since its expensive and wer just 6 in our group.

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    4. Hi! We're planning to go there on June 7, early in the morning.

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  31. Is there any alternative options for boat transfers aside from Mang Chris and Mang Dante? They don't seem to be very responsive to my queries. When I tried to book them, they won't reply to my messages.

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  32. Anyways, our group will be there those weekend May 23-24. Was wondering if there are others here going there too those days so we can just join you.

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  33. Hi! Anyone who's also going on june 1? just a day tour. Just wondering if we could join other groups on the boat ride just to lessen our expenses - Jean :)

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    1. hi. ilan po kau? ndi ba pwde may 31? mei psok kc kmi sa june 1.. tnx

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    2. hi. ilan po kau? ndi ba pwde may 31? mei psok kc kmi sa june 1.. tnx

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  34. we will be going on this island by may 31, 2015.. i called mang dante's number (0939-489-5292), and mommy sarah answered the phone she introduced her self as mang dante's wife.. any body who knows mommy sarah? iam about to pay 1000 reservation fee for a boat ride.. any body please who knows mommy sarah???

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    1. tulong naman dito kahit sino please.. iam the poser ..please please..

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  35. guys pjoin nmin kmi.. sat sna or sunday tnx

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  36. guys pjoin nmin kmi.. sat sna or sunday tnx

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  37. Hello! anyone who will go this Sunday, June 07, 2015? Pa-share naman kami sa bangka, we are 2-5 pax. Thanks
    Kindly email me at jheraine_18@yahoo.com.ph

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  38. Hi just want to ask kung ok parin bang magbyahe papunta furtune island during month of January...tagaraw naba ang weather sa Island that month....salamat po sa reply

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  39. Hi just want to ask kung ok parin bang magbyahe papunta furtune island during month of January...tagaraw naba ang weather sa Island that month....salamat po sa reply

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  40. Hello magkanu po per head papauntang fortune island hindi ko kasi magets yung 4000 during day time is that for the rent of the boat back and fort or is that 4000 per heads....salamat po and ok din po bang magpunta dun ng January thanks

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  41. Hello magkanu po per head papauntang fortune island hindi ko kasi magets yung 4000 during day time is that for the rent of the boat back and fort or is that 4000 per heads....salamat po and ok din po bang magpunta dun ng January thanks

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    1. P300 - entrance fee day time
      P400 - overnight
      Maalon

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  42. Ang gwapo ni July!! :)

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  43. advisable ba ang month of SEPT? ;) thanks.

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    1. Nope, maalon. Better ask the resort. The contact numbers are here.

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    2. http://junvillegas.blogspot.com/2015/06/return-to-fortune-island-nasugbu.html

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  44. hello! i just want to confirm if the entrance fee and the landing feementioned from the blog is the same? TIA :)

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    1. Medyo malakas ang alon. Hope the weather is good. =) enjoy

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    1. Tag ulan na kasi eh medyo rough ang waves. You can check the weather forecast to be sure

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  47. Sir, what do you think if December tour?

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  48. Wow beautiful island! We're planning to go there. Advisable po ba November?Heard waves can get pretty big there. Thanks!

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  49. Hi itatanong ko lang po kung magkanu po magrent ng boat? Plano po kasi namin ng bf ko pumunta dyan ng mga july next year...safe po ba magstay ng overnight na kami dalawa lang? Lolz. Baka may multo po kasi.Thanks

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    1. You can contact these numbers para sa boat - 0915 789 5036 / 0915 504 7166. Mas ok pag March - June. Yes, madaming nagsstay at walang multo lol =)

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  50. Hi po. Ask ko lang po if it is really Steve Song ung owner ng Island and another one named Kim? I'm really interested to meet him/ them when I visit next week as I'm planning to use their island for my thesis in architecture. I'm planning to put up a resort po kasi sa kanilang island. Thank you for the response

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  51. Hi! Nagpplan po ksme ng friends ko on a overnight. Feb 13-14, anyone interested na magshare sa boat ride po, on the same date, pls inform me. Gnnyrthvlnc@gmail.com 3-4 lang po kameng magkakasama. 8-12 naman po yung boat.

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  52. Tanong ko lang po kung san po kayo nagbanlaw since overnight po yung stay nyo dun and walang CRs?

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  53. Hi Sir! thank you po sa mga information.. tanong ko po kung merong lutuan sa island. kahit yung mga prito2 lang po?

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  54. I literally had fun reading your blog sir. the excitement is killing me right now. thank you for giving us an information about FORTUNE ISLAND. bravo !!

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  55. Thank you for your blog! I would also like to ask if you know any hotels near Barangay Wawa? We'll be coming from a far place so we can't travel back straight to our homes after the Fortune Island.

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    1. Wala po akong alam. Pero madami naman pong resort na may accommodation.

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    2. There are resorts offering accommodations.

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  56. Sir nbasa ko po sa comment mo sa isang ngtanong na maydala po kau ng BULYO NG TUBIG po, galing po ba un sa resort? Mgkano po?

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  57. Sir nbasa ko po sa comment mo sa isang ngtanong na maydala po kau ng BULYO NG TUBIG po, galing po ba un sa resort? Mgkano po?

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  58. Hi po if may I ask Gaano po ka rough yung waives papasok at palabas ng island? My friends and I having second thoughts because of it.thanks

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  59. hello!!! i am going to visit this island this coming weekend! thanks for the info! you were also helpful with my first trip to jomalig island!

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  60. Sir good morning.. ask ko lang if anong cover ng 400 0 300 na bayad sa resort??? [kasi iniisip ko sana may amenities kahit papaano sa isla?] may resibo po ba? kasi pupunta kami magkakaibigan di ko ma explain yung entrance fee sa island.. pati yung bangka po good for how many person?? sana po masagot nyo inquiry ko thanks..

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  61. Hello. Your blog has very nice presentation.thanks for the infos.. We're planning to go there this may maybe next wk.. I Would like to ask the name of the resort where we could park our car and How much is the parking fee and room rates if you have any idea, for the nearest resorts before we take the boat..thank you very much for the reply in advance. ☺

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  62. Hi Sir Jun,magkaiba pa ba yung 400 entrance fee at sa bangka?may ibang resort po ba na walang entrance fee or kahit direstso na sa bangka?

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  63. A must see place, I will probably go back here. A great experience you don't want to miss..:)

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  64. Join us on our Fortune Island Daytour on June 11.. https://www.facebook.com/events/1602642656719451/

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  65. Hi po Im Sarah and we are organizing an overnight stay at Fortune Island for 1.9k all in (transpo,boat to fortune island,tent and food) any joiners interested po Text me at 09258122836
    Thanks

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    2. Hi sarah! Where planning to have an overnight stay this Saturday.. May I know when did you plan to go too?

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  66. Hi sarah! Where planning to have an overnight stay this Saturday.. May I know when did you plan to go too?

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  67. Hi Sir. May I ask if magkaiba ba ang 400 at sa bangka? I'm planning to go there alone. Please help.

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    Agra is a historical city It is situated at the bank of river Yamuna. Yamuna is Holy River it is Stable by Sikandra Lodi. Agra is capital city of mugal emperor Akbar. Agra has many beautiful building like Sikandra, Red fort and symbol of love Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal made of white Marble. Please come in Agra we are grateful if we part our memorial journey we provide comfortable tour package.

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  70. nice blog! we are planning to go this weekend or next week. tinggin niyo po ba malakas ang alon?

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  71. Hello po were planning to go there on feb 4-5 overnite...Ok po b panahon dun ...Ung alon po kumusta and pahingi nrin ng contact person po pra sa overnite nmin..Thanks

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