Since we have our son with this site inspection, we decided to rent a nipa hut (Php2,500.00) instead of pursuing our original plan of tenting. Plus it’s gloomy during that time and a bit rainy and we may jeopardize his health.
Our nipa hut has two rooms ( one with door and the other is an open area) and a balcony. It’s like a hanging nipa where you can see a pretty nice view facing the other island in which quezon island is connected with.
We had a great time staying here and spent most of our day taking pictures and snorkeling. Hundred islands is simply one of the best! Enjoy watching the video. Remember to comment and share! Thanks!
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