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  • Marinduque Diving

    Marinduque Diving. H.O.P Diving Center.

  • Marinduque Tres Reyes

    Tres Reyes is a famous island destination in Marinduque which is under the jurisdiction of Gasan. It is named after the three Kings, Melchor, Gaspar and Baltazar. But among the three islands, only Gaspar has a beach. All others have steep cliffs and nothing to dock with. It is my second time here and we also spent a night in the island. There is no electricity but there are cottages (for rent). The beach is not made of sand, you will literally walk in small pieces of white corals (had difficulty walking especially whenever the corals get between my feet and slippers.

    There are comfort room ...

  • The Epic Journey To Tres Reyes Islands In Marinduque Philippines

    The Epic Journey To Tres Reyes Islands In Marinduque Philippines

    The hidden gem of traveling to Marinduque is really not the Moriones Festival, it's the untouched beauty of the islands. How many do you know have traveled to Marinduque Maybe one Maybe two My friends haven't gone anywhere near this province. It's relatively unheard of except the popular advertisements of "Bellaroca". Even though known as the smallest island province of Southern Philippines, it boasts of the richest marine life and blind white sandy beaches.

    From Katala Beach Resort, i hired a boat together with the people i was traveling with to get to the Majestic Tres Reyes islands. The ...

  • Exploring Marinduque Part 2

    Exploring the clear water and white pebbles of one of the island of Tres Reyes, GASPAR ISLAND located in the Barangay Pinggan Gasan Marinduque Philippines.

  • Gaspar Island Marinduque

    Gaspar Island Hopping in Mariduque.

  • Hidden Beach With a Past Gaspar Island

    Hidden Beach With a Past Gaspar Island

    On a small strip of white sand beach mantled with crushed corals hidden along the southern part of Gaspar Island (one of Tres Reyes (Three Kings) Islands off Gasan), one feels completely isolated from the rest of the world.

    This island figured prominently in the journal by a French naturalist who explored Marinduque in 1881, Alfred Marche.

    He may have referred to the crevice from where the above photo was taken: "About 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the sea being calm, on another exploration of the coast, we visited a few crevices and discovered a grotto, the entrance of which was hidden b ...