The natural beauty of Romblons’ islands has blessed it with pockets of pristine wonders and paths less traveled. Being an archipelago, its three islands are brimming with different wild wonders that range from vibrant marine sanctuaries, to rivers and mountains, and pleasantly astonishing historical landmarks that have withstood the test of time. Discover them all and be amazed at how much this small group of islands has to offer.

Aerial view of Looc Bay Marine Refuge and Sanctuary. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Looc Bay Marine Refuge and Sanctuary. This award-winning ecotourism site provides sanctuary to a myriad of marine species. Located in the southern part of Tablas Island, the sanctuary showcases the fruitful collaborative efforts of the local government and community to keep the area thriving with colorful fishes. One can watch large schools of fish flit around beneath them in hollow-bottom boats.

Fort San Andres in Romblon. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Twin Forts of Romblon. Fort San Andres and Fort Santiago compose what is known as the Twin Forts of Romblon – a pair of Spanish fortifications built in 1644 to protect the town from invaders. In 2013, the site and its imposing stone walls was declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines.

Mt. Guiting Guiting (“G2”) in Romblon. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Mt. Guiting Guiting. Scale Romblon’s highest mountain and see Sibuyan Island from over 6,750 feet above sea level. The mountain is marked by jagged peaks that nurture a level of biodiversity comparable to that of the Galapagos Islands’.

Cantingas River in Romblon. Photo courtesy of the Department of Tourism.

Cantingas River. The sea isn’t the only body of water you can explore in Romblon. Cantingas River in Sibuyan Island is known for its stark cleanliness. The water is so clean that the island gets most of its water from the river. It is also a popular cliff-jumping site.

Aerial view of Cresta de Gallo. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Cresta de Gallo. An hour’s boat ride from Sibuyan Island will take you to the jaw-dropping beauty of Cresta de Gallo, which is marked by a long, white sandbar that connects nestled in clear blue waters. Walk the whole length of the sandbar or enjoy the water by swimming or snorkeling.

Dagubdob Falls. From seas to rivers and falls, Romblon continues to delight adventure-seekers by adding waterfalls to the mix. The scenery surrounding the grand cascade of Dagubdob Falls in Sibuyan Island is just as delightful as the destination – colorful flora such as wild orchids and pitcher plants can be sighted along the way.

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