The picturesque four small islands, located off the towns of Inopacan and Hindang in the southern part of Leyte, have been considered as one of the region's destinations for cruise tourism this summer.
The islands of Digyo, Apid, Mahaba part of Inopacan town and Himokilan of Hindang town also collectively known as Cuatro Islas Protected Landscape and Seascape.
"Cuatro Islas is very much prepared for tourism because for the past few years every time we attend travel fairs, it is one of the places with the most inquiries," said Department of Tourism regional office senior tourism officer R ...
I know that most of us have been planning our summer getaways and spend it in the beautiful beaches of Boracay, Palawan, Bohol or go to an international trip. Well, who wouldn't love out of town/country trips and seeing new places, right? However, sometimes we are constrained by budget and time. But that should not stop us. Why don't we try to explore what's near us first?
Now, let me introduce to you the "Cuatro Islas: The four scenic islets" of Inopacan, Leyte. I know many travel bloggers who have been in the four islets have already written their experiences in exploring the islets and h ...
The Philippines is an archipelago now consisting of over 7,500 islands, and each one is beautiful in its own right. While there are so many popular beach destinations in the Philippines like El Nido, and Boracay, a lot of beaches are still left undiscovered by many. Region 8 or Eastern Visayas is composed of three main areas namely Samar, Leyte and Biliran. All three boast different beautiful and unspoilt beaches.
If you're looking for the ultimate summer getaway on the road less travelled, these beaches in Eastern Visayas will not disappoint.
1. Mahaba Island, Inopacan, Leyte
Mahaba Is ...
Island hopping in Leyte.
- Cuatro Islas
- Canigao Island
- Mahaba Island
- Digyo Island
Leyte Adventure 2016
Feb 25-28, 2016
- Kalanggaman Island
- Canigao Island
- Cuatro Islas (Digyo, Mahaba, Himokilan and Apid Island)
- San Juanico Bridge
- Mc Arthur Park
Under a bright blue, cloudy sky, at the receiving end of the beautiful radiance of the sun, we set sail toward our destination: the dotted islands off the coast of Inopacan, which the locals appropriately refer to as Cuatros Islas. Our short boat journey started off with nothing out of the ordinary, looking ahead I fervently wished we could magically cut the distance: Boat rides bore the wits out of me, even if I love hopping from one island to another in this archipelagic country of ours.
A few minutes after the motor engine of the fishing boat revved to its full speed, I started to feel t ...