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Fortune Island Itinerary - Eat, Run, Draw and Write
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Fortune Island Itinerary

And because I am just ‘bitbitable’ — just tell me where we are going, how much is the budget and I’m on the go or to anywhere my feet will lead me to (the more spontaneous, the better), I never had the mastery and skill to make an itinerary. So rely on our itinerary master, Phoebe. 🙂

Our budget is 1,750 php per person.

•Transportation (Tourist Bus) (Petron Jollibee Eastwood-Nasugbu-vv)
•Boat Ride
•Guide Fee
•Island & Entrance Fee
•Camping Fee
•Environmental Fee
•Meals at the Island Day 1: Lunch & Dinner Day 2: Breakfast & Lunch (Brunch)

Day 1
05:30 AM – assembly at Eastwood Jollibee Petron
06:00 AM – departure
08:00 AM – arrival at Nasugbu , buy food for overnight stay
09:00 AM – arrival at Brgy. Bucana, waited for the boatman
09:30 AM – departure to island
10:30 AM – arrival at Fortune Island
11:00 AM – tent pitching, cook food for lunch
12:00 NN – lunch break
03:00 PM – swim, explore, diving, snorkeling, picture taking
06:00 PM – dinner, bonfire, social
10:00 PM – sleeping time

Day 2
06:00 AM – breakfast
08:00 AM – exploring ruins, light house, photograph
10:00 AM – swim, cliff diving
12:00 NN – lunch
01:00 PM – fixing tent
02:00 PM – back to Nasugbu
03:30 PM – freshin’ up
05:35 PM – early dinner
07:30 PM – back to Manila


Also, don’t forget this important things to prepare and remember:
1.) Always remember to pack light
2.) Medicine / Hygiene & Kikay Kit(for girls)
3.) Flashlight / Lamp
4.) Mosquito Repellant / Off Lotion
5.) Sleeping Bag/Blanket/Sarong/Malong/Tent
6.) Swim Wear / Rashguard wear
7.) Comfy Sandals or Slippers
8.) Shades (of course, optional)
9.) Sunblock / Spf Lotion
10.) Waterproof your things & gadgets
11.) Garbage Bag for your trash! Leave no trace!
12.) Extra Foods/Drinks – Drinking WATER
13.) Extra Batteries / Powerbank

And above all, remember: in every adventure, your safety is a priority.



I would like to know your thoughts. Please leave a comment.


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