Pamilacan Island – a gem of an island long destined to become a beachcomber’s haven and a diver’s playground. In the island is a 150-meter wide fish sanctuary that is home to schools of groupers, snappers, tuna and mackerel.
The waters of Pamilacan serves as a pathway for migrating dolphins and whales. Get a chance to catch a glimpse of these mammals at the rear of the island. The village chapel and a panish-built military outpost which serves as a look-out for marauding pirates looms ahead as one approaches the island. Topping off these welcoming sites is a deliciously prepared picnic lunch that caps a well-spent day. Explore the island on foot, swim, or simply laze about.