Jomalig Island

Jomalig, Quezon

Jomalig Island is southeast of Polillo Islands. Mostly, the land of Jomalig is cultivated for agricultural land use. Most of the inhabitants of this island depend on coconut products, rice, fish and other root crops. Considered as one of the smallest and farthest island municipalities of Quezon Province, its land area is at 5,665 hectares.

Some of its land have been alienated and i ...

s dedicated mostly on coconut land which is at 3,104.0 hectares with 2,605 hectares which comprises forests, swamps and grassland.

Kanaway Beach is located at Sitio Petisan, Barangay Apad at the eastern side of the island facing Pacific Ocean. It is popular with its fine golden sands and natural sandy ripples. The golden sand is due to the abundance of corals with scientific name, Acropora caroliniana, along the nearby sea. Kanaway beach also has nearby rocky islets called Pulo and Manlanat.

Pulo is accessible by foot during low tide and at high tide, the water is waist-high. Manlanat is a bird sanctuary. Because the beach faces east and because of its sand color, the beach is called "The Sunrise Beach of Jomalig".

Salibungot Beach is located at Sitio Salibungot, Barangay Talisoy at the western side of Jomalig facing Lamon Bay. It is popular with its fine golden sands with a pinch of pink sands that become noticeable on sunsets. Aside from its fine sands, this beach also has abundant pine trees at its center which makes this beach suited for camping. Because the beach faces west and literally turns pink at sunset, Salibungot beach is called "The Pink Sunset beach of Jomalig".  Wiki

Jomalig Island News

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    DIY Trip To Jomalig Island Day 3 The End Of An Amazing Journey

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    The thing about the Philippines having more than 7500 islands is that it never runs out of surprises! You see, I?ve already been to numerous coveted destinations in the country. El Nido and Coron for instance. I?ve seen more beautiful beaches with irresistible blue waters like the gorgeous Nacpan Beach. I?ve walked through shores of finer, powdery white sands of Calaguas and Boracay Islands but surprisingly, none has taken my breath away the way Jomalig Island had. Witnessing its beauty unfold with my very eye was so surreal that I was literally holding my breath gasping in so much awe for wha ...