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Take Your Next Jet Ski Island Hopping Adventures with BRP Manila

Updated: Mar 7




For an exciting summer vacation, it may be worthwhile to embark on an island-hopping adventure as there are tons of islands in the Philippines that are worth visiting. Make the most of your vacation by exploring different islands with a water jet ski to experience the pristine beaches and breathtaking views.


Take the plunge into the thrill of riding a jet ski under the sun with BRP Manila. A wide range of Sea Doo rental jet skis from BRP are available, including Sea Doo’s latest GTR and GTI models, which are customized to meet clients' needs for a fun-filled day on the water. These Sea Doo boats feature state-of-the-art technology and a robust Rotax engine designed to provide the ultimate thrill-seeking experience of island hopping to different beaches and secluded islands.



Island Hopping Destination


The Philippines is home to some of the most stunning summer destinations across the globe, which can also serve as a playground for different water activities. Experience the ultimate thrills that only BRP Manila can deliver by riding on a high-performance Sea Doo jet ski boat. Here are the island hopping destinations and rental jet ski boat prices offered by BRP Manila for thrill-seeking adventurers:

Corregidor Island (Bataan)


Corregidor Island is a large, rocky island in the Philippines located in Bataan, approximately 48 kilometers west of Manila, and strategically situated at the entrance to Manila Bay. This island served as a naval defense base and a place of pilgrimage to honor Filipino and American defenders who fought valiantly against Japanese invasions during World War II. As a natural fortress, Corregidor Island is also the site of the Pacific War Memorial and the Malinta Tunnel.


Experience the adrenaline rush of riding a jet ski and dancing in the waves of the historic Corregidor Island at a distance of 45-60 minutes from Manila, which can only be offered by BRP Manila. From Manila to Corregidor Island, rental Sea Doo boats prices start at P15,000 per head (minimum of 4 pax).



Long Beach


Hailed as the Boracay of Cavite, Long Beach is one of the most visited beach resorts in the Philippines, mainly because it is fairly close to the city of Manila. This beach is located in Barangay San Rafael IV in Noveleta, Cavite. Known for its black, fine sands, the beach is a wonderful location for a number of water activities, such as jet skiing and sunset watching. Since it is a public resort, rest assured that it is a worthy place, as the government has implemented regulations aimed at restoring and enhancing its natural environment.



BRP Manila provides a fast and exciting way to enjoy Long Beach in Cavite as you ride on its lineup of Sea Doo jet ski boats. It is a great opportunity to get out with your friends and enjoy exciting water activities for 30 minutes while you marvel at the beauty of nature at the same time. BRP offers jet ski rentals from Manila to Long Beach starting at a price of P8.500 (for 2 pax).


To explore the islands in the Philippines, nothing beats the exhilarating sensation of hitting the water than hopping on a jet ski. Whether looking for jet ski boats for sale or rent, the ability to maneuver in waves provides many fitness and mental benefits to adventure seekers of all ages.


Get ready for an exciting water adventure you won’t forget with BRP Manila's range of Sea Doo jet skis. To learn more about renting jet skis for the most exciting island hopping excursion, visit our head office located at CCP Bay Terminal, Roxas Blvd., Manila or call (02) 8656 9251.


If you are looking for the latest Sea Doo boats for sale, make sure to visit BRP Manila, the sole distributor of the complete line of BRP products in the Philippines. From Sea Doo watercraft to Can-Am vehicles, BRP strives to lead the world of powersports to new heights. For more information about Sea Doo jet skis, please contact us at (02) 8656-9251 or 0917255531.

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