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Fortune Island Tour Package

Fortune Island Tour Package Packages
Country: Philippines
City: Batangas City
Duration: 2 Day(s) - 1 Night(s)
Tour Category: Beach Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary


Round-trip van transfers (Manila- Nasugbo Batangas -Manila)
Environmental fees
Fuel and toll fees
Driver’s fee, driver’s meals, and driver’s accommodation
Boat fee
FREE USE OF utensils (kawali, kaldero knife, topper ware, sandok, etc…)
FREE gallon of water
FREE use of icebox
Tour guide


Assembly time at Alphaland Magallanes
Departure going to Nasugbo Batangas
Breakfast (guest's own account)
Proceed to the boat terminal
Estimated time of departure going to fortune island
Estimated time of arrival fortune island
Assembly of tent
Free time to explore the island
Lunch (guest's own account)
Swimming time
Watching sun seat
Dinner (guest's own account)
-End Of Itinerary-

Wake up
Watching sunrise
Breakfast (guest's own account)
Pack up
Estimated time of departure fortune island
Estimated of arrival at nasugbo batangas boat terminal
Taking a bath
Lunch (guest's own account)
Travel back to manila

-End Of Itinerary-

Explore More About Fortune Island:

Fortune Island is a resort island of Batangas province in the Philippines. The 27-hectare (67-acre) island lies about 14 kilometers (8.7 mi) off the coast of Nasugbu in Batangas.

Fortune Island was once a private island owned by Laurentina Pestano. It was turned over to the government and the island is now owned by José Antonio Leviste, a former governor of Batangas. Leviste opened the Fortune Island Resort Club on the island in 1995. The beach resort was built along a 20-meter (66-foot) stretch of pristine white sand. Several rest houses face the water.

The resort features a saltwater swimming pool, clubhouse, cabana, basketball court, helipad, desalinator for freshwater consumption, and a small serpentarium, a reptile zoo for snakes. The beach also has an acropolis with Grecian pillars and statues on the edge of the island overlooking the sea.

It was near this island (approximately 900 meters (3,000 feet) northwest of the island) that the galleon San Diego was sunk on December 14, 1600, by the Dutch warship Mauritius under the command of Admiral Oliver Van Noort. The shipwreck was discovered in 1992 by French underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio.

Being quite the popular day tour, it's also possible to spend the night on Fortune Island. You can bring your own tent, and it's best to go early to pick a good spot; there are not many shaded areas on the island.

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