Britannnia Group of Islands

Britannia Group of Islands

Britannia Group of Islands is composed of 24 islets beautifully scattered in Lianga Bay. It is located in Barangay Britannia of San Agustin, Surigao del Sur. The group of islands is like a small version of the 100 islands of Pangasinan.

The islands have white powedery sands and you can rent a boat to see the islets closer. You can visit each island and relax there. You are also allowed to bring your own food. Just be responsible with your garbage. When we went there, we took our garbage with us when we left. Some people bring their tents and camp there.

As of now, the islands remain unspoiled and I hope they would stay that way.

Photos of Britannia Group of Islands

Boslon Island – this is the largest among the 24 islands.

Four of the Islands in Britannia

Another Shot of the Four Islands

Just and Island in Britannia

A closer look at one of the islands.

Island Hopping at Britannia

A Grotto Placed on One of the Islands

A Closer Look at the Grotto

How to Get There

You can reach the place from Davao City. From there, ride a bus going to San Agustin, Surigao del Sur. The estimated time of travel is around 5 to 6 hours. From San Agustin, ride a tricycle and inform the driver to drop you at Salvacion Tourism Office. Then ride a motorcylce going to the Britannia port. From there you will need to hire a boat to bring you to the Britannia Group of Islands.

35 thoughts on “Britannnia Group of Islands

  1. Mic Green

    Do you know roughly how much to hire a boat. Is it for whole bat of per person
    I hope to visit Philippines in October this year
    Thnx MIc

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Mic. Sorry I forgot how much it is to hire a boat but you can hire one for a whole batch… You just need to negotiate with the boat driver…

      I hope you’ll enjoy your visit here this October… 🙂

    1. Author Post author

      You can bring camping tents but I’m not sure if it’s okay or if it’s safe to stay there overnight… However, there’s a hotel near Britannia group of islands…

    1. Author Post author

      I spent around 3000 pesos. You’ll spend less if you visit the place with more people so you can divide the expenses, especially the boat rental for island hopping.

  2. Lizlee Villamor

    Hi,

    Is Britannia Groups of Islands part of the 7107 islands of the Philippines?
    How come its not included in the list if islands in the Philippines?

      1. shiramie vranken

        hallo pwdi mag tanong,,pano pag galing butuan city to britannia island..?
        plan kasi namin mga january pumunta dyaan,,oke ba ang weather sa month na yan,thanks en God bless…

    1. Author Post author

      Hi Weng. It’s true that most resorts there are affordable. Prices range from 1000 to 3000 pesos and can accommodate around 10 – 12 persons. Some of the resorts I can suggest are Mac Arthur’s Place, La Entrada Beach Resort and Oasis Rest House.

    1. Author Post author

      Hi. Britannia Group of Islands isn’t really commercially developed. There are no cottages or entrance fees. You just need to rent a boat for island hopping. You can stay at the largest island and bring your own food or tent. 🙂

      1. mejai

        hi.ok lang bang mag overnight sa britania island?kasi wer planned to stay their 3 days.and gusto namin makatipid.wer more than 20 person…pupunta kami jan ngayoun june…

        1. Author Post author

          Hi Mejai. Just like what I’ve said above, the islands aren’t really developed so there are no resorts in any of the islands. You can bring your own tent but I’m not really sure if it’s safe or recommended to sleep there overnight. It’s better and much safer if you’ll stay in one of the resorts near Britannia.

    1. Author Post author

      Hi Yen. Sorry but I wasn’t able to get their contact number. But maybe you can try using the info provided by Jonathan above.

  3. Kurt Van Tassel

    A friend of mine from Mangagoy just told me about this. Can’t wait till the next time I come over. I plan to visit.

  4. evokhyn

    hi po,

    ask ko lang po, is it possible to rent an open cottage on one of the resorts? tpos we’ll just have our camping tents to stay overnight? mas makakaless po ba kami nyan? thanks.

    1. Author Post author

      Hi, I’m not so sure about this so it’s best if you can directly contact the resort so they can inform you regarding their policies.

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