Rock formation at Bakwitan Cave (Travelling the Philippines Facebook page)
What’s more to see in Isla de Gigantes? If you and your friends are into cave exploration, the Gigantes Island adventure is for you. You can see stalactites and stalagmites as you explore Bakwitan Cave.
There is always a perfect spot for relaxation and some “me time” at Antonia Island. (Image: Richanthony Arlante Facebook page)
A bunch of water sports and activities is available at Antonia Island. If you and your friends or family would like to ride a banana boat or speed boat, pitch a tent, eat seafood, and take pictures, then going to Antonia Island must be part of your plan.
The clear, blue waters and unique rock formations at Antonia Island are major draws for tourists. (Image: Wandering Weekend Warrior Facebook page)
Antionia Island is the place at Gigantes Islands where you can buy fresh shellfish like diwal (angelwing clams) and scallops for a very cheap price. Depending on the season, seafood on this island is sometimes sold per piece.
Meanwhile, if you want to stay overnight, this is the place where you can rent a tent and achieve your squad or family goals. Or if you want to soak in the water all day, the seawater around Antonia Island is perfect for you—it is crystal-clear, cold, and swimmer-friendly.