Jomalig Island, Quezon

I’ve found Jomalig Island as the second hidden paradise in the Philippines. Jomalig Island is located in Quezon that offers an escape.

It’s not that easy to get to, which means the place remains unspoiled. The golden sand beaches, agoho pine trees, refreshing atmosphere and naturally sights here are just stunning. Jomalig Island is best for those who enjoy unspoiled beaches. This is where you can enjoy back to basics camping away from the crowds.

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I’ve been searching a lot of inquiries about how to get there and other questions. So here’s my travel guide to help you out with tips compiled from my study.

WHERE EXACTLY IS JOMALIG ISLAND:

Based on my study Jomalig Island lies about 75 nautical miles (139 km) southeast of Polillo, a group of islands in the northeastern region of the Philippines. Jomalig island is one of the smallest and farthest island municipalities of the Quezon Province. The nearest jump off point to the island from Manila is in Real, which is 3 hours away by private van. From the port in Real to Jomalig, boat rides can take 5 to 6 hours long passing through Lamon Bay, a large body of water connecting the southern part of  Quezon province to the Pacific Ocean. It’s even further than the exclusive members-only private island of Balesin.

HOW TO GET TO JOMALIG:

Bus to Real + Boat to Jomalig

  • From Legarda Terminal, catch a Raymond Bus bound for Infanta. They usually have a trip every hour and travel time takes about 4-5 hours.
  • Tell the driver to drop you off at Ungos Port, “kay Michael Tapado” who owns an ice dealer at the port area. Most of the van drivers knows him, so you will not get lost. There is a tiny hut by the port where passengers bound to Jomalig usually wait.
  • Ride a boat bound for Jomalig. Fare ranges from P200 – P350 depending on the type of boat. Travel time takes about 5-6 hours. There’s a boat that leaves for Jomalig at 7:00 am..
  • Some boats serve lunch, while some do not. It’s best to bring your own food, water and snacks because of the long travel time.

Van to Real + Boat to Jomalig

  • Vans bound for Infanta, Quezon will pass by Real. The terminal is just in front of St. Raymond Station. Fare costs P 220-P250.
  • Get off at the Ungos port and follow instructions above.
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The only way to get around Jomalig is by renting a tricycle or a habal-habal (motorcycle). You can rent a motorbike for P600 a day. If you wish to go on an island-hopping trip, a small boat costs around P1,200 while bigger boats could be rented for P4,000.

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WHERE TO GO / WHAT TO DO:

Enjoy the simple beach life: Swim, snorkel, sunbathe and camp out at Salibungot beach or any other beaches in Jomalig.

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          Go island-hopping: Hire a boat from local fishermen and visit nearby islands and beaches. Aside from Salibungot Beach, you can visit Manlanat Island, Kanaway Beach, and more.  Manlanat Island is a small island ideal for bird watching and rock climbing. Kanaway Beach is an isolated spot on the Easternmost side of Jomalig Island. Aside from Salibungot and Kanaway beaches, you can go to Manlanat by boat. Casuguran also has beach huts.

Visit the 2-hectare mangrove area: Within Jomalig Island, there’s a large lake and mangrove area where you can paddle around by boat.

Watch the sunset: Walk along the golden sand beaches. Enjoy the sunset

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-Master_Alex

MAP LOCATION:

for more tourist spot info please visit:

https://www.tripadvisor.com.ph/ShowUserReviews-g2712639-d3464055-r170129103-Nagsasa_Cove-San_Antonio_Nueva_Ecija_Province_Central_Luzon_Region_Luzon.htmlhttps://www.tripadvisor.com.ph/ShowUserReviews-g729733-d3838592-r256330137-Malcapuya_Island-Coron_Busuanga_Island_Palawan_Province_Mimaropa.htmlhttps://outoftownblog.com/top-10-beaches-in-the-philippines/

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