Bonbon Beach is the most beautiful and popular beach in the island. Located in Barangay Lonos, Romblon. Bonbon is a privately owned white sandy beach on a gradually sloping seafront that stretches up to approximately two kilometers. It is linked to an uninhabited Bang-og Island by a sandbar that is submerged on a knee to chest deep water during high tide.
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Romblon, once synonymous to marble production, has always been Boracay Island's underrated neighbor.
Caticlan, the jump-off village of Malay town in Aklan province to Boracay, is a two-hour boat ride away from Romblons Tablas Island from the ports of Odiongan or Looc towns.
Tourists are beginning to discover Romblon's unspoiled beauty, thanks to travel blogs and cheaper airfare. With the closure of Aklan's famed tourist destination, a window of opportunity has probably been pushed a little wide open for the province.
Romblon is composed of three major islands Tablas, Romblon, and Sibu ...
Bonbon Beach on Romblon Island in the Philippines is one of the most beautiful stretches of sand in the world. Its definitely the best beach in the Romblon Province and the sandbar makes it an iconic location in the region.
ROMBLON! The Next big thing in Tourism. It is located in MIMAROPA Region and known for its beautiful landscape and underrated island. A must visit destination in the Philippines.
How to get there?
1. In Batangas Pier, Ride a boat to Romblon (Either Odiongan (Tablas Island) or Romblon (Romblon Island)
2. Or Book a flight to Romblon (Tablas Island)
Place to Visit
1. Fuerza De San Andres
2. Bonbon Beach
3. And more, Full vlog to be uploaded on my youtube channel - www.youtube.com/BakasyunNiJuan
Bonbon beach is a secluded beach paradise in Romblon, Romblon. It is very famous for its long white sand beach and sandbar. Though well-known, only a few visit Bonbon beach so theres big chance youll have the beach all to yourself. So if you want to truly getaway, dropping by here is a must!
Welcome travel fans! In this episode, we visit Bon Bon Beach, Romblon, Philippines. I will take you on a journey to this open beach with turquoise waters, white sandy shores, and a unique sandbar that leads to the nearby island named Bangog, an uninhabited island, accessible during low tide. So best plan your trip when the tide is at the lowest point which only comes maybe once a month. Hope you enjoy this video I made for all you viewers out there. I tried to make it perfect but ran out of time so I did what I could to keep the storyline as short as possible, so I had to cut out a bunch of st ...
Now that we've written a whole article on Sibuyan Island, the "Galapagos of Asia," we need to tell you a little more about its next-door neighbors in the province of Romblon. This small archipelago, comprised of seven islands, is a hot spot of biodiversity. From marine life to terrestrial wonders, it seems this province has it all. So in case you need even more reason to visit Romblon, here are some highlights from its two largest islands of Romblon and Tablas to fire up those itchy feet.