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Romblon’s Hidden Gem: Cresta De Gallo

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The Philippines offers many pristine white sand beaches. And, Cresta de Gallo is only one of these many quiet, secluded and white sand beaches. The Romblon Province is now making a name as one of the favorite tourist destinations in the Philippines. Lies in it are the natural attractions including Looc

Aglicay Beach Resort Romblon

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Romblon boasts many tourist attractions from difficult-to-climb mountains, tiered waterfalls, colorful marine sanctuaries to pristine white sand beaches. To experience these places, the Aglicay Beach Resort at Tablas Island, Romblon can help you out. After long hours of travel by sea or air, the Aglicay Beach Resort can be the best

The Ultimate Guide to Cobrador Island

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When you think of a tropical hideaway, you often think of places like Boracay and Palawan. Somewhere near these two, Romblon wouldn’t even come to mind. But all that will change once you discover this little island heaven called Cobrador. Also called Nagoso locally, the island just off the coast

Dream Paradise Mountain Resort in Romblon

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Dream Paradise Mountain Resort Romblon is a nature haven, perfect for the backpacker who wants to see some lush greens and pristine blues in a setting that doesn’t have tourist trap shops at every turn. It is also, however, a 5th class municipality, and it will be unreasonable to expect first-class

Find Your Sanctuary in Sibuyan: Sanctuary Garden Resort

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Sanctuary Garden Resort Despite many of our own countrymen not recognizing the name, Romblon’s Sibuyan Island has been called the “Galapagos of Asia”. This goes back to Charles Darwin and the famous discoveries he made about biology and evolution, all done on Ecuador’s Galapagos Island. With Sibuyan’s own biodiversity, Darwin could

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