Romblon and Sibuyan Itineraries
When planning your itinerary, take into consideration that, as beautiful and full of attractions as it can be, it takes a bit of planning and time to access Romblon Island. There are ferries going straight from Batangas, and from Romblon to Batangas. Romblon Island could be the start of your journey before you continue going south, or the other way around starting south in Carabao Island, and finishing in Romblon Island, whatever fits better to your plan.
What to do in Romblon?
If you are already a skilled diver, you can also visit us in Carabao for some amazing dives. Check our Gallery and decide by yourself. We assure you the best service quality and safety standards, all focused on you having a great time. Get to know us and our dive center better, what we do and how we do it, and enjoy of a different way of experiencing our beloved sport!
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Enjoy some of the best beaches in the Philippines
The entire island is surrounded by paradise white sand beaches, just go around and pick up your favorite to chill on.
Immerse yourself in the Philippines History
Romblon Marble Shopping Center
How to move around Romblon Island?
The easiest way is to rent a motorbike for ₱500 in the main town, you can also use a habal-habal (local way to call the moto-taxi) for a cheap price to move around, or for a tour around all the places we mentioned before, and more.
Sibuyan Island is the most difficult island to reach in the entire Romblon province. We recommend you to visit it if you have enough days, love trekking and adventures in nature. Covered on a 75% by rain forest, this island is called the “Galápagos of Asia”.
How to get to Sibuyan Island
There is only one daily boat from Romblon town going to Sibuyan. It usually leaves early morning but the time schedule can change, so you will have to spend some time asking around to get the exact information.
We warned you, that it is not an easy task 😉 but it is totally worth it if you have enough time. For the way back, there is one boat early morning as well, going from Sibuyan back to Romblon.
What to do in Sibuyan Island?
If you are a climbing junky, then look for Mt. Guiting-Guiting. A medium two days climb, 2048mts above sea level. You will encounter amazing views, experience camping in the mountain and be rewarded with fantastic sunset and sunrise. Remember to pack your camping set and a jacket for the evening.
Visit Cresta de Gallo. Take a boat to this small island and enjoy a relax day on the beach while you observe the tides movement to reveal (or hide) a beautiful sandbar.
Make a stop at Catingas river, the cleanest river in the Philippines. What you decide to do here is up to you: play, swim or just enjoy the view. There is also 34 different waterfalls to visit, everything depends on the time you have.