Tara mag Gigantes Island tayo!

Nakuha lang namin etong one-way ticket nmin from Clark to Iloilo for only Php15? yes, that’s right last year un ng Piso Sale ang Airasia. Check out below our complete travel hack guide going to the Island of Giants in Iloilo.

Places to visit:
– Pulupandan Island – Swimming
– Tanke or Enchanted Lagoon – Swimming and Cliff Diving
– Cabugao Gamay – the most photograph spot in Gigantes
– Bantigue Sandbar – the best to visit during sunset
– Antonia Beach – snorkeling and swimming
– Tinagong Dagat or Little Boracay – Swimming and best place to unwind
– Isla Gigantes South – Accommodation
– Pawikan Cave – Cave Exploration and Hiking


Budget
– Roundtrip airfare (Clark to Iloilo) – we got this for only Php15.00 each one way (make sure you book ahead of time and use airasiabig points – Estimate 600 pesos roundtrip
– Iloilo Airport to Injap Tower Hotel via Grab Taxi – 350
– Checkin Injap Tower Hotel – 1,600 (3pax) 533 each w/ breakfast
– Injap Tower Hotel to Tagbak Terminal via Taxi – 100
– Bus from Tagbak to Bancal Port via Ceres – 190
– Overnight stay in Chatheu De Auw – Php1,400 (3pax) 466 each w/ breakfast
– 2 Day and 1 night Complete Package tour – Php1,699 each this includes 4 set of meals, boat transfer, island hopping tour, overnight accommodation
– Van from Bancal Port to Tagbak Terminal – Php250
– Tagbak to Airport – Php100 each

Total: Php11,587 for the 3 of us or about Php3,862 each

Start your Gigantes Island Tour, for bookings, signup below:

Day tour package to Gigantes Island as low as Php880https://cutt.ly/gigantesisland
Injap tower hotel, Iloilo City as low as Php1,600https://cutt.ly/injaptowerhotel
Chateau De Aow, Carles as low as Php1,300 – https://cutt.ly/CHATEAUDEAOW

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How To Get To Gigantes Island:

Iloilo City to Carles to Gigantes

From Iloilo International Airport, ride a van to Tagbak terminal where you can catch another van bound to Carles and Estancia. Travel time is 3 – 4 hours. Daily trips may start as early as 5am and may last until 4pm or so depending on passengers. Alternatively, you can ride a Ceres bus heading to Carles. Both stop at Bancal Port in Carles.

From Bancal Port to Gigantes Island, boat ride is approximately 1 – 1.5 hours. Boat operates once daily from Bancal to Gigantes Norte at 10am and leaves the island by 2pm. Make sure to come early to secure your seats.

Best to avail the tour package as joiner to have special trip and favorable schedules.

Iloilo City to Estancia to Gigantes

Another route is from Estancia to Gigantes. From Iloilo City to Tagbak terminal, ride a van or bus and drop off at Balasan terminal in Estancia. From the terminal, ride a tricycle to Estancia Port. Travel time is around 10 – 15 minutes.

Estancia Port to Gigantes will take about 2 hours boat ride and runs once daily at 1pm. You may rent a private boat for Php5,000 but recommended only if you’re going as a group to share the rental fee.

Roxas Airport to Carles to Gigantes

This route is the quickest and recommended way to reach Gigantes Islands. From Roxas Airport in Capiz, ride a tricycle to Roxas Integrated Transport terminal and take a van bound to Carles. Travel time is 2 hours and fare is Php150. Van will drop you off at Bancal Port. From Bancal Port, you may ride the daily boat ride going to Gigantes or avail a tour package for a hassle-free trip.

Note: If you’re not staying overnight in Gigantes Island, it is best to avail the day tour island hopping package from a travel agency. We availed our tour from Gigantes Island Tours and Services.

About Gigantes Island

The name Islas de Gigantes or Gigantes Island is rooted during the Spanish colonial era. There were coffins found in the caves allegedly contained massive human bones thus the Spanish word “gigante” was applied. There is no evidence to this and remains a local legend.

There was another story that Gigantes Sur and Gigantes Norte were two giant lovers. Gigantes Sur is the female and Gigantes Norte as the male giant. Gigantes Sur was taken away from Gigantes Norte for years until he learned that she’s already dead. He was saddened by the news until he’s weakened and reached his own death. It is believed that the two bodies of lying giants are now the major islands comprising Gigantes Islands.

Top Attractions and Things to do in Gigantes Islands

Carles, Iloilo is home for white sand islands and beautiful karst rock formations. When in Gigantes, these are the places you’ll get to visit and the things you need to do to enjoy your trip.

Tour Around Pulupandan Island

This is probably one of the smallest islands in Gigantes with white sand beach and beautiful rock formations. You can tour around this island for just few minutes. This is usually the first destination of the island hopping tour. You can have a quick swim or take pictures on its gleaming rock formations.

Snorkeling and Swimming in Antonia Island

This is the nearest island from Gigantes Norte and resembles a form of a sandwich. The island boasts fine white sand beach and recognized as a snorkeling spot for its beautiful underwater landscape. There are other activities like banana boat ride and jetski.

Karst rock formations are also found in Antonia Island. You may climb and enjoy the panoramic view at the top overlooking the double-sided beach with equally beautiful shorelines.

Uncover the Beauty of Tinagong Dagat

Tinagong Dagat rests at Antonia Island and just the opposite side of Antonia Beach. It is formerly known as Isla Bonita and now dubbed as mini Boracay for its sand feature similarities.

What we liked most is the perfect picture spot in the middle of palm trees along the powdery white sand. This one is legit paradise!

Get Tanned in Bantigue Sandbar

Bantique Island is where the party at. This island is known for overflowing drinks and party events. There are numerous cottages and rooms for tourists who want to spend overnight and have fun. What is notable in this place is the long stretch of sandbar perfectly drawn in the clear blue waters surrounding the island.

Experience the Most Photographed Island of Cabugao Gamay

Cabugao Gamay is easily the most lovely and photographed island in Gigantes. It is well known for its distinctive landscape on one side featuring huge pile of rocks supporting the viewing deck and the other end as a small hill with rich vegetation. What’s more intriguing is the stretch of pure white sand positioned at the center separating the two ends.

Given its popularity, expect this place to be crowded especially when lining up to the viewing deck. It is very well exposed to sunlight it is advisable to wear cap and sunblock for skin protection. Going up may only take 3 minutes plus waiting time when there’s a queue. Getting there is easier thru man-made ladder and some fences made from bamboos for support. All those waiting time and sweat are worth it when you get your chance in the viewing deck. It is certainly the most beautiful spot and trademark of Gigantes Islands.

Visit the Enchanting Tangke Lagoon

Tangke Salt Water Lagoon is best to visit during the dry months and when high tide. It is most likely closed during habagat seasons from month of June until September as the current could be rough making the entrance unpassable for tourists. Massive limestone rock formations and sharp cliffs enclose the shallow pool of Tangke making it even more enchanting. Not to mention the clear emerald water which tempt anybody to swim. Cliff diving is also a fun activity in Tangke Lagoon. If you have the chance and the weather permits, Tangke should be in your list.

Feast on Fresh Seafood

Gigantes is dubbed as the Scallop Capital of the Philippines and it continues to live up to its name. The overloaded servings of scallop are unbelievable. Eat as much as you can and feast on other offerings like the odd-shaped Wasay-wasay shell best dipped in vinegar. Fish, crab, shrimp and squid are among other aquatic delights to try.

Other notable places to visit when in Gigantes are Gigantes Norte Lighthouse, Bakwitan Cave, Pawikan Cave, Cabugao Dako, Lango Beach and sandbar. To cover these destinations you need to stay at least 2 days in Gigantes.

Where To Stay in Carles

We visited Gigantes Island last July 2019 and since this month isn’t peak season, we took our chance to find hotels as walk-ins. In our surprise, there were too many accommodations near and around Bancal Port in Carles that you wouldn’t find online.

We stayed at Beverly Hills Inn which we found when we arrived a night before our scheduled day tour island hopping in Gigantes. They have decent AC rooms for small and big groups. We had ours at Php800 good for 2 – 3 persons and breakfast as cheap as Php60 per meal.

Beverly Hills Inn
Contact Numbers: 0910-2220374 and 0912-7236009

Other hotels and accommodation around Carles:

  • Tindaw Inn – 0919-2976044 or 0917-1409061
  • Ludy’s Pension House – (02) 441-2314
  • Chateau de Aow Guesthouse – 0939-3000243
  • Solina Beach and Nature Resort – 0917-1108344 or 0920-9490557
  • Jeanette Resort Carles Iloilo B&B
  • Rejohn Beach Resort and Tourist Inn – 0938-1512227

Where To Stay in Gigantes Island

Should you prefer for an overnight stay in the island of Gigantes? Choose from a number of hotels and resorts.

  • Antonia’s Beach Resort – 0919-2685896
  • North Coast Island Resort  – 0998-5762689
  • The Beach House – 0917-7998444
  • Hideaway Resort – 0918-468500
  • Rosewood Resort – 0912-8175592
  • Arjan Beach Resort – 0999-9918643
  • MJ Beach Resort – 0908-4867292
  • Se-San Beach Resort – 0927-4354378

Benefits of Booking the Island Hopping Tour

  • Private charter boat
  • Hassle-free tour, all entrance fees, guide fee, environmental fee and islands entrances are all managed by the tour operator
  • Pick-up schedule can be requested
  • Experienced and well trained boat crews are assigned
  • The tour includes the overloaded seafood lunch
  • Tour prices are all-inclusive with no hidden charges
  • They promote and practice responsible and sustainable tourism
  • Fun activities and chance to meet new friends

Boat Rental Fees (Private)

Small Boat – Php3,500 good for 1-10 persons
Medium Boat – Php5,000 for 11-15 persons
Big Boat – Php6,000 good for 16-30 persons

Things To Consider

  • Book in advance your accommodation and hotels in Carles and Gigantes Island especially during peak seasons.
  • Select your tour options if day tour island hopping or with overnight stay to cover which tourist destinations you want.
  • Bring cash with you, as there is no ATM in the island.
  • Best to travel in a group to share the expenses or joiner and avail the island hopping tour.
  • There is a strong network signal in Carles Iloilo and fluctuating in Gigantes Islands.
  • Viewing deck in Cabugao Gamay Island can become too crowded during peak seasons.
  • Always follow the boat crews’ intructions for safety and protection.
  • Itinerary may change from time to time depending on the weather conidition.
  • Always show respect to the locals and boat crews.
  • Bring umbrella or wear cap and apply sunscreen to protect you from heat of the sun.
  • Do not litter or throw your trash in the island, sea and boat. Always bring your trash with you or dispose it in designated trashcans if present.
  • Do not damage the corals or pick the flowers/plants.

 

I’m very sure you open this blog because you’re a Marvel Super Hero fan just like me and you want to know the 7 Things you should know before watching Avengers: End Game, right? or you want to review the movie again after watching? perfect, let’s get started then.

First of all, we would like to thank Jamanz Comics and Toy Con Philippines for Sponsoring the block screening of the Avengers: End Games last night 7:00PM – April 26, 2019 in Cinema 10, SM North Edsa. It was a great event with full of entertainment, games and giveaways. If you’re looking for Marvel Avengers comics, collectibles and rare to find item, please visit www.jamanzcomics.com and for sure they can find what you are looking for. Don’t forget Shazam! we have a review about this super hero last month.

7 Things You Should Know Before Watching Avengers: End Game

  1. Make sure to watch the last movie Avengers: Infinity War because you will easily recall what happened and understand the story. But what really happened in the last movie? basically Thanos managed to collect all six infinity stones onto his Infinity Gauntlet that wiped out half of the population of the entire universe. It is also recommended to watch the other sequel of Avengers from Iron Man, Captain America, Spiderman, Thor, Hulk, Black Panther, Dr. Strange, Ant Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel and others.
  2. Who got killed or wipe out in the last movie? According to my research online they are the following: Black Panther, Spider-Man, Doctor Stephan Strange, Groot, Peter Quill/Star-Lord, Drax The Destroyer, Mantis, Hope Van Dyne/The Wasp, Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier and Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, along with Nick Fury, Maria Hill, Loki, Gamora, Vision, Hank Pym (the former Ant-Man), and Janet Van Dyne (the former Wasp).
  3. Who’s alive then? Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, Thor, Hawkeye, Hulk, War Machine, Rocket Raccoon, Nebula, and General Okoye of Wakanda, Ant-Man and Captain Marvel.
  4. Where is Ant-Man? Why he survived? if we will review the last sequel of Ant Man vs. the Wasp, you will understand that Ant Man ventured into the Quantum Realm at the time Thanos wiped out half of the entire universe. It is then recommended to watch that as well if you haven’t.
  5. Why Captain Marvel was not around in the Infinity War before? According to my research, Carol or Captain Marvel was in deep space when Thanos invaded the universe to claim all six Infinity Stones. It is also recommended to watch Captain Marvel first before watching Avengers: End Game. Check out the trailer below:
  6. What do you need to prepare before watching the movie? When we go there last night, the movie starts around 8pm and ended past 11pm so it was almost 3 hours. Make sure you go to the restroom and eat well to avoid missing the crucial part of the story.
  7. What else? never ever spoil the movie! There are millions of Avengers fans out there who would love to watch it without knowing what happened.  Please refrain posting spoilers in your social media or else Thanos will demand for your silence (just kidding) 😀 Now you are ready to watch for sure? Check out the Avengers Trailer below:
    If you are a solid die hard fan of Marvel Avengers then I recommend you to check all rare to find collectable items of  Marvel Avengers in www.jamanzcomics.com and look for Sir James. You can also request anything you want from comics, collectables and toys.

    Still can’t move forward? What are your thoughts? Please share to your friends first before going to the cinema later. Let’s discuss below 🙂

Shazam Philippines Now Showing

We had a great experienced tonight watching the special block screening of the DC Comics: Shazam in SM North Edsa Cinema 11 together with some of my staff in Marketlink Web Solutions. It would’t happen without the generosity of Sir James and family, the owner of Jamanz Comics. If you are looking for a great comics collection or finding a rare collectables and comics, simply visit their website www.jamanzcomics.com and they will find it for you at a very affordable price.

Shazam Special Block Screening Philippines SM North

The event was started 7:00 at the SM North Edsa – Cinema 11 together with my team from left to right: Jessie Gonzales (Web Developer), Ricky Tablit (Senior Graphic Artist), Maisa Francia (SEO Specialist), myself, my son Von Artemis and to my wife, Jennifer Dayagdag, the photographer :D.

Shazam Philippines

Anyway, moving back to the main topic:

What are the 12 Facts you need to know before watching Shazam?

Honestly, i don’t have any idea about the DC Comics, Shazam and i just learned all these in this event so let’s get started:

1. Shazam is actually an acronym – Yes, i learned this during the pre-show event game. SHAZAM is actually an acronym for six ancient heroes and each letter empowers with certain attributes, wow!

S – The wisdom of Solomon
– The strength of Hercules
A – The stamina of Atlas
Z – The powers of Zeus
A – The courage of Achilles
– The speed of Mercury

I am familiar with some of the heroes but not all. If we will check and review, Shazam was really powerful like a combination of Superman, Flash and Thor.

2. Many consider Shazam and Superman equal level. I think yes as well in some areas but not all if we will compare both. Shazam i think though is powerful because of his capability in our next facts 🙂

3. He can share his skill to another! that’s really insane, can other Super Hero do that? no no no… Watch it and its really crazy that he can multiply his skills to anyone with good heart 😀

4. I just search this one, Shazam and Wonder Woman destroyed a whole universe while fighting each other. That is something nice to know maybe in the future episode and I am excited to know more about this.

5. Another facts that i just learned upon writing and researching this is that Shazam was not created by DC. Oh no but yes, the original creator of this fun character is Fawcett and DC took him to the courts for copying their popular character ‘Superman’. At the end Fawcett finally decided to give up on Captain Marvel in 1972 after a long legal war.

6. Shazam was a 14-year old teenager. The youngest super hero i think?

7. Shazam can switch up from being teenager to a super hero by just saying a word “Shazam”. Isn’t amazing?

8. The major powers of Shazam are superhuman strength, stamina, speed and courage, Nigh-omnipotent mastery of magic and mysticism, invulnerability and omniscient Telepathy. Though i haven’t seen all these in the movie but something to watch further in the comics or future movie series or continuation.

9. According to another reference, Shazam can see the future. I can’t remember one moment in the movie that he uses this skill though.

10. Shazam has a love story, Danica Williams is dating him.

11. He punched a monster so hard that causes a black Hole. Wow.

12. Billy Banson, the teenager name of Shazam was abandoned by her mom when he was young.

There are many other facts about Shazam that can be found online. I recommend you to watch this because Shazam was a clever but powerful superhero. Checkout the official movie travel below:

If you are interested for the full story of Shazam and not only in cinema, you can avail the comics series in Jamanz Comics website. Everything you need for comics and collectables are available there.

Jamanz Comics | Marvel Rare Collectors' Item Comic Books For Sale Philippines Logo

DC Shazam is now showing in all major cinema today April 4, 2019.

What can you say about this facts? share you thoughts and experiences as well. Thank you.

Because of another long weekend, we decided to visit another bucket list destination that is difficult to reach but very rewarding once you get there. Let’s get started then 🙂

The Paradise Island of Jomalig is another remote island paradise in the easternmost part of Polilio Group which is very near in Camarines Norte where you can find another paradise called Calaguas Island. It is Pronounced as “hu-ma-lig”, Jomalig is an island municipality of Quezon Province. Another fact is that the locals of the island are called “Jomaligins” and are among the kindest persons in the Philippines. According to my habal habal driver, the population is only about 7,000.

Jomalig Island is surrounded with golden sand and rich turquoise water, where most locals get their livelihood. Their premier beach is situated in Salibungot (Sitio Burungawan) with a long coastline of golden sand uniquely dotted with agoho trees and a sandbar on the other end during low tide.

The beauty of the island, the serenity of the place and its warm people are the charm of this lovely town. Experience Jomalig and fall in love with this golden paradise.

How to Get to Jomalig

By Air

Jomalig has an airstrip, so it is possible to charter a plane to go to here. Just like Balesin Island (a private 5  star island resort experience), you can rent a private chartered plane in NAIA.

By Land/Sea

Going to Jomalig is an adventurer’s treat especially if you go there by boat. There are three possible ways to get there by boats: via Real and Atimonan, Quezon; and Panganiban, Camarines Norte. These are not commercial boats but cargo vessels. Going there by boat is difficult from October to mid-March due to huge waves brought by northeast monsoon or amihan.

Via Real

This  is the most common route since there are regular boats from Real that go to Jomalig. The boats are found in Ungos Port near the school (not in Puerto Real). As of 2018, there are three departures on a good day – 5AM, 7AM and 10AM. These boats ferry cargoes and fish as well. Fare is at P400 per person and usually includes fisherman’s meal, travel time is at least 4 hours.

If you miss the boat to Jomalig, you may opt to catch a boat to its neighboring island of Patnanungan, and then charter a boat to Jomalig from there.

Going to Real via public transport, catch an Infanta or Real bus bound in Legarda, Manila. Raymond Bus Line has round-a-clock schedule for Infanta/Real for at least four hours of bus ride passing to Rizal Province, Siniloan and Famy in Laguna. Bus fare starts at P200.00. Get off at the docking station near the school before the Puerto Real port.

Alternatively, there are vans located near Raymond Bus Terminal, fare is P250 Travel time is three to four hours.

Via Atimonan

Boats to Jomalig from Atimonan ferry copra, but unlike Real, the ferry services from this point are irregular and not on daily basis. Travel time from Atimonan to Jomalig takes six to seven hours.

From Manila, Atimonan is accessible by land transportation. Buses going to southern towns of Quezon and Bicol pass to Atimonan. Travel time is approximately four hours. Once in the town, take a tricycle to go to the port.

Via Panganiban

Like Atimonan, boats to Jomalig from Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte have irregular ferry schedules although this is the closest entry point to Jomalig from mainland Luzon. Travel time takes three to four hours.

Catch a bus going to Daet and get off at Talobatib Junction in Labo. From Talobatib Junction, you can ride a bus going to Panganiban, bus fare is less than P50. Travel time from Manila to Talobatib is approximately six to seven hours, and from Talobatib to Panganiban is around an hour to an hour-and-a-half.

Where to Stay in Jomalig

There are no high-end hotels in town, only homestays and lodges. We stayed in Hayahay Beach Resort and Restaurant in Barangay Casuguran which offers rooms for P500 to 600 per night (with shared toilet and bath) It’s a great place as they are infront of another beach called Little Baguio. You will experience a private beach here seriously because there are no other resorts nearby

Camping along the beach is also allowed, but bring your own camping equipments.

Things to do in Jomalig

Being there is a great escape from chaotic city living. Sit on the sand, see the sunset, enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the place, kill time, mingle with the people. Jomalig is a paradise, a golden paradise.

Other activities to enjoy your stay in Jomalig are:

  • Swimming and Beach Hopping (Sitio Burungawan is a must visit place)
  • Snorkeling
  • See the mangroves in Sitio Landing
  • Go island hopping
  • Camping/Picnic
  • Visit Little Boracay, Little Batanes, Canaway Beach, Golden Sandbar and Bigwangan Lake
  • Explore the other islands and beaches of Polilio Island Group specially those in the town of Burdeos

Sample Jomalig Island Itinerary Overnight
Estimate Budget: Approximately P3499 / person for 3 days and 2 nights. That includes a round trip private van from Manila-Real-Manila, 6 set of meals, boat ride round trip, habal habal tour, FREE keychain and private room accommodation with unli KTV. Send me a message at this number 09178580986 or 09989770817 for booking. 

Available tour and joiner’s date: (Php3,699 per pax)
3DAYS 2NIGHTS TOUR SCHEDULES:
MARCH 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 22-24,29-31
APRIL 5-7, 12-14, 19-21, 26-28
MAY 3-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26
MAY 31- JUNE 2

2DAYS 1NIGHT TOUR SCHEDULES: (Php3,150 per pax)
MARCH 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 30-31
APRIL 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28
MAY 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26
JUNE 1- JUNE 2

Exclusive dates available for big group minimum of 15, please contact us ahead of time.

TOUR Inclusions:
✔️Roundtrip Van transfer
(MANILA -Real Port-MANILA )
✔️Roundtrip Boat transfer (Real Port-Jomalig Island- Real Port)
✔️KUBO Room accommodation (Standard Fan, Pillow, Bedsheets)
✔️Tent accommodation
✔️VAN transpo / Habal Habal to Hayahayy Resort (check in)
✔️Hayahay Resort Entrance Fee
✔️Terminal Fee
✔️Coordinator Fee
✔️LGU FEES
•Environmental Fee
•Tourism Fee
•Registration Fee
✔️ HABAL HABAL ISLAND TOUR
(JOAMLIG ISLAND TOUR destinations:
•LITTLE BORACAY
•LITTLE BATANES
•GOLDEN SAND
•CANAWAY
•PUNO NG WALANG FOREVER
•SALIBUNGOT )

(PLUS FREE JOMALIG LAMBANOG & KEY CHAIN SOUVENIR )

FREE Additional Activities:
BONFIRE
UNLI VIDEOKE

TOUR EXCLUSION:
Island tour resorts
entrance fee(30.00-50.00)

Activities Exclusion:
Kayak – 150.00
Rubber Boat Sailing- 150.00
HORSE BACK RIDDING
PANGINGILAW
SNORKELLING

✔️1yr. Old kid is FREE
✔️2-7yrs. Old is discounted
✔️15pax (1 FREE FRIEND)
✔️ FREE JOMALIG version of LAMBANOG (lambanog only , softdrinks or cheazer is not included)
✔️FREE SOUVENIR KEY CHAIN
✔️FRESH SEAFOODS & VEGETABLES
✔️UNLI RICE
✔️UNLI COFFEE
✔️and LOTS of “ FREE ACTIVITIES”

NO HIDDEN CHARGES
RESORT NOT CROWDED
NO CANCELLATIONS OF TOUR

3D2N ALL-IN ITINERARY
Day 0: Departure 9:00-10:00 PM VAN Pick UP Legarda Raymond bus terminal (jolibee)
1:00 AM ETD to Real Quezon Day
1: 4:00 AM ETA Real Quezon, Preparation
6:00 AM ETD to Jomalig Quezon
12:00 NN ETA Jomalig Quezon
12:30 PM ETA HAYAHAY BEACH RESORT (Check in)
1:00 PM LUNCH
2:00 PM Free Time own Leisure (Rest/ Swimming /Explore/ Picture taking )
6:00 PM Dinner 8:00 PM Socials / Stargazing / Videoke
12:00 MN Lights Off

DAY 2: 5:00 AM Wakeup Call/ watch sunrise
7:00 AM Breakfast
8:00 AM Start of Island Tour
1:00 PM LUNCH
1:30 PM SWIMMING/ REST
2:30 PM CONTINUATION OF TOUR
5:30 PM END of TOUR
6:00 PM Dinner/ Boodle fight
8:00 PM Socials / Stargazing / VIDEOKE/ Bonfire with Free Jomalig Lambanog
12:00 MN Lights Off

DAY 3: 5:00 AM Wakeup Call
6:00AM Breakfast/ Swimming/Picture taking in RESORT
8:00 AM Pack UP
10:00 AM Early Lunch
10:30 AM ETAJomalig Port to Ungos Port.
3:00 PM ETA UNGOS PORT
3:30. PM SIDETRIP: WINDMILL TANAY RIZAL
4:00 PM ETD Going to MANILA
7:00 PM ETA Manila

2D1N ALL-IN ITINERARY

Day 0: Departure
10:00 PM START of VAN Pick UP
1:00 AM ETD to Real Quezon

Day 1:
4:00 AM ETA Real Quezon, Preparation
6:00 AM ETD to Jomalig Quezon
10:00 AM ETA Jomalig Quezon
10:30 AM ETA HAYAHAY BEACH RESORT (Check in)
11:00 AM LUNCH
12:00 PM Free Time own Leisure (Rest/ Explore/ Picture taking )
1:30. P.M START OF HABAL HABAL ISLAND TOUR
5:00 P.M END OF HABAL HABAL ISLAND TOUR
6:00 PM Dinner/ Booddle fight
8:00 PM Socials/Walwalan / Stargazing/Bonfire/ UNLI Videoke
11:00 PM PANGINGILAW
12:00 MN Lights Off

DAY 2:
5:00 AM Wakeup Call/ watch sunrise/ SWIMMING
6:30 AM Breakfast
7:00 AM Picture with horse or Horseback ridding
8:00 -9:00 AM Pack UP/Early Lunch/ Group Picture
10:30 AM ETA Jomalig Port to Ungos Port.
3:00 PM ETA UNGOS PORT
3:30 PM SIDETRIP: WIND MILL TANAY RIZAL
4:00 PM ETD Going to MANILA
7:00 PM ETA Manila

For booking and other inquries please contact the following number: 09178580986 (globe), 09989770817 (smart), 02-616-5677 (landline) or visit our website www.jomaligisland.com

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Thank you for watching.