Pandanon Island, Philippines

Pandanon Island Philippines
Pandanon Island Philippines

The Crystal Clear Waters Of Pandanon Island

Pandanon Island, where the burdens and concerns of everyday city life are left behind. Pandanon Island is a small privately owned island. It is inhabited by about 2,000 local residents. Many of the local residents are expats,  married to Philippine citizens. Most locals work in the customer service call centers on the island. There are also several  self-employed writers and artists that call Pandanon Island home. This beautiful piece of paradise is surrounded by the clear, crystal blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. The awesome  white sand beaches are the perfect escape from the routine of daily life. What’s not to love about Pandanon Island?

Pandanon Island lies between Cebu and Bohol. Pandanon Island politically  is a part of Bohol. It is located east of Mactan Island, and south of Olango Island. It is north of the mainland of Bohol.It takes just over an hour by boat from Cebu.

Pandanon Island, has several nice amenities. There are cute little day cottages that you can rent for the day, bathroom facilities, places to cook your food, and volleyball equipment.How about a  fun game of beach volleyball? At the current time, there are no overnight accommodations. If you enjoy going out on the water, there are Jet skies for rental. Snorkelers are encouraged to make their own island adventure. Enthusiastic snorkelers and divers are always welcome to bring their equipment for a day of excitement in the crystal clear waters of the Pacific, at Pandanon Island.

More information about Pandanon Island

There is an entrance fee of 150 pesos (the island is privately owned)

Cottage rental goes for about 250 pesos depending on the size.

Jet ski rental is 4000 pesos per hour.

There are plans in the future to build overnight accommodations.

It is not too early to start planning your spring and summer vacations. Come make Pandanon Island part of your next Philippine vacation.   While visiting Cebu, the “Queen City of the South,” don’t forget to make a stop on Pandanon Island. For more travel tips and suggestions, check out our web sites:


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