This entry was posted on 10. December 2010 by Xyldrae. It was filed under Photography, Travel and was tagged with batangas, boat, destinations, fortune island, galleon, grecan, historical, island photography, islands, ocean, philippines, pilipinas, ruins, sea, shipwreck, travel, wreck.
Can you please share information on how to get to Fortune Island?
4. May 2011 at 10:46
I really don’t know much because I just tagged along. Sorry. In less detail, you can go there from any part of Nasugbu, Batangas (I came from Maryland Resort – http://marylandresort.multiply.com/ ) and it takes about 2 hours more or less to Fortune Island depending on the boat which you can hire anywhere I guess.
5. May 2011 at 09:02
would like to ask how much did the cost of going there? (boat rent)
does it include 0entrance fees??
17. September 2011 at 17:51
4000 for the boat. better go in large group to share the expense. No entrance when we went there 🙂
17. October 2011 at 14:03
Is Fortune Island still open for business?
8. April 2012 at 16:24
As far as I know it used to be a resort. Last time I checked, its all just some ruins and this cloned shipwreck and you just have to pay entrance fees if you are to spend time there.
13. April 2012 at 13:17
how many people can you fit for the boat ride?
30. April 2012 at 16:16
more than a dozen including the crew.
2. May 2012 at 13:55
Are those ruins ancient? anyway great pics!
14. June 2012 at 18:28
thank you. I’m not so sure of how old the ruins are…. I know I heard of it when I was there but I have forgotten. sorry.
20. June 2012 at 00:44
Good day! We are Travel Management students from the University of Santo Tomas. We’ve read about your blog on Fortune Island in Nasugbu, Batangas. Currently, we are having our research study about Replica Tourism and our chosen destination is Fortune Island. We would like to ask if you could be one of our survey respondents?
Attached is our formal cover letter and the link to our online survey form:
We would really appreciate it if you could help us answer the survey questionnaires on our behalf.
29. December 2013 at 14:06
Hello Ms. Santos,
I’ve just seen your comment tonight and I have taken your survey. I do hope the Philippines would not waste time and resources for Replica Tourism… When one replicates something out of inspiration and appreciation, that is something someone can be fond of. But to do that only for business and at the cost something far greater, then that is a sad story.
26. January 2014 at 01:29
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