THE WEEKLY #95: SIBUYAN ISLAND AND CARABAO ISLAND, PHILIPPINES

The last week of our epic three-week Romblon adventure was here. We said goodbye to Romblon, Romblon and also to Dan. He headed back down under and left the last week of adventures to Nic and I. We jumped over to Sibuyan on the ferry and didn’t waste any time getting stuck into the adventures.

This is a photo heavy edition of the Weekly cause there are just too many rad shots to show! Photos are by myself and Nic Morley.

On Sibuyan Island our main adventure was the overnight trek up Mt. Guiting Guiting, which is known as one of the hardest climbs in the Philippines. However, we also explored four waterfalls, a lighthouse, a couple of viewpoints and the amazing sandbar/island called Cresta de Gallo. Here are the highlights from Sibuyan:

 

After Sibuyan, we headed to Carabao. We were both pretty shattered physically after the last 18 days but we rallied to visit all of the sights on Carabao and even did a 10km and 15km run around the island. Carabao was extremely quiet and as usual, on Romblon Islands, we didn’t see another tourist! Pretty crazy considering Boracay is just across the way. These were the highlights of Carabao:

 

 

 

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5 Discussion to this post

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi, how can we go to Sibuyan Island from Carabao Island? Thanks

  2. Uriel Garcilazo says:

    if i didn’t know an better i would have guessed your hiking photos were taken in Hawaii!

  3. David says:

    That is one awesome view, love the scenery! Great photos.

  4. Thomas says:

    Philippines is a tropical nation, then the nature is plentiful. Hope visit this country somedays

  5. Rach says:

    Why did the last photo said Welcome to Tagaytay?

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