Videos I took during my regular hometown visits last Sept 2015, Dec-Jan, March, June 2016.
I admit I knew little of Carabao Island except that, standing an hour away from Caticlan, it's a quick escape from the noise of Boracay white beach. I remember searching about it online a year before, but the photos didn't really impressed me.
The photos I've seen apparently were not able to capture the sightly clear beach of Carabao Island or the adventure offered in Koding-Koding Point, with its underwater tunnel and cliff-jumping area.
On the boat ride from Tabon Baybay port to Carabao Island, my curiosity was piqued by the shirt our boat captain was wearing. Underneath "Carabao Islan ...
Tablas: our first stop in our Awesome Romblon adventure! Romblon is composed of three major islands that one must visit--Romblon Town, Tablas Island, and Sibuyan Island.
Famed for being the Marble Capital of the Philippines, the province's marble is comparable to the world's best. Trade plays a big role in Romblon's economy by virtue of its location at the center of the archipelago.
The islands are blessed with natural beauty such as beaches, rivers, mountains, and diverse eco-systems, which offer tourists many opportunities for adventures like scuba, trekking, and snorkeling.
Most often than not, tourists eye Tablas Island since it is the most popular area in Romblon. No one can blame them since the airport and the Odiongan port lies here.
But we are not them. We were blessed to have bright skies and off we went to explore one of the best kept secrets of the province.
To get to Romblon or Tablas Island, you need to board a 2Go Travel shipping vessel. The sea journey will take at least 8 hours.
One can also opt to originate and take a plane to Tablas via Philippine Airlines and navigate from there.
Since we came from Romblon Island, we ...
This place may not be perfect but it offers so much you would want to visit over and over again. That's not even an exaggeration!
Romblon Island reminded me a little bit of Bali's shores and Palaui's clear waters. And how I love being in two places at once!
Since we are mostly Manila-based, we rode a bus from Buendia first to get to Batangas port. Bus ride took 1.5 hours.
To get to Romblon Island, you need to board a 2Go Travel shipping vessel. The sea journey will take at least 8 hours.
One can also opt to originate and take a plane to Tablas via Philippine Airli ...
Time-lapse video of this beautiful Mablaran Falls in San Andres, Romblon.
Took using Samsung Galaxy S7.