Don’t miss your opportunity to visit Luli Island as it is just five minutes away from Pambato Island. It is actually composed of three long sandbars where you can have the chance of walking on one of the narrowest sandbars in Honda Bay. The local vernacular “lulubog-lilitaw” explains this island’s shorten name “Lu-li”. “Lulubog” means “to submerge” while “lilitaw” means “to emerge”. If you want to visit this island you have to ask the boatmen what time you can visit the island. Luli Island shows itself only during low tides, when the island looks like a desert in the middle of the ocean, accompanied by mangrove trees. Going there on high tides would be no fun for you’ll only see cabanas or cottages merely perch above the water.
When you want to take a swim in the clear blue water, take note of the warnings on areas where jellyfishes and stone fishes crowd the sea. These sea creatures are beautiful but also dangerous. It is save for you to swim as long as you stay in the netted and fenced areas. There is not a single lifeguard on this island, so be mindful of the changing tides.
A popular activity in Luli Island is feeding the fishes: try to lure the fishes to swim near to you for that up, close and personal encounter.
Most visitors use this island for a lunch break or just as a stop when island hopping.