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Hermana Menor and Hermana Mayor Island | New Beach Destinations in Zambales

If you already visited the beautiful beach of Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove, Magalawa, Capones Island, and Potipot Island, head over to Hermana Menor and Hermana Mayor Island. These are the newest beach destinations in Zambales.

Hermana Mayor Zambales

 Hermana Menor is open to the public while Hermana Mayor is still closed. These two white beaches features a long stretch of powdery white sand, local trees, and crystal clear waters. They are remote and privately owned beach by politicians and businessmen in Palawan and Zambales.

 There are no  available hotel/ resort room in the island. Overnight stay or camping is not allowed. You can only find here a couple of cottages and separate restroom for men and women. Cottage fee is from P500 to P1000. There are also no stores in the island.

Hermana Menor Zambales

How to get to Hermana Menor and Hermana Mayor Island Zambales
*Take a Victory Liner bus bound for Sta Cruz Zambales. Fare is from P450-490 and travel time is from 5-6 hours. Tell the driver  drop you off at the Petron Station in Brgy. Lipay, Sta. Cruz. Terminal is located in Sampaloc, Caloocan and Pasay.
*From Brgy Lipa’s Petron station, ride a tricycle going to the port. Fare is PhP 10 per person and the ride will take 3-5 minutes.
*From the port, rent a boat to take you to Hermana Menor or Hermana Mayor. Travel time is from  30-40 minutes. Boat fee is from PhP 1,300-1,500 with a maximum capacity of 5-6 pax.
For more questions about Hermana Menor and Hermana Mayor Island, please a comment below.

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Marco Dennis

Marco Dennis is a lifestyle and travel blogger. He's a badminton and volleyball player. Follow his adventures at www.thepinoytraveler.com. For events, collaboration and advertisement, email him at dhenzuki@yahoo.com / pinoymanilablog@gmail.com

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