Pleasantly bare and free from modern obscurities, Balaki Island is ideal for snorkelling, camping and, of course, swimming. Getting access to the private island requires coordination with the Infanta Tourism Office and budget set aside for the gasoline of the boat and meals for the boat crew but other than that, staying on the island is absolutely free. The presence of seagrass around the island is proof that the marine life in the vicinity is rich and healthy and the waters aren’t too deep and the currents are usually calm so that visitors will enjoy snorkelling and swimming all day long. Yearning for peace and quiet and a space to relax away from the city? This island will definitely be your cup of tea.