What’s The One Perfect Word For Alibijaban Island?

When you traveled to a place, it is not right to say “I’ve conquered it!” when the truth is, it captured you.

I am happy to share more pictures from Alibijaban Island with you.  I hope you’ll enjoy looking at them and I wish that one day you’ll have the chance to experience the beauty and charm of the island.  If you have the time, tell me what’s that one word that best describes the place.

The locals will be happy to accompany you to explore the area.  Three lads accompanied us and they were proud to show us the island.

  • Bask in the sun, walk on the beach, check out the sea creatures on the shore.

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  • Alibijaban is home to a mangrove forest.  You’ll enjoy exploring the area.  Just be careful because you might bump into a sea snake or crab or sea urchin.

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  • Go after the sandbars before they disappear.

    The sea will cover the sandbars at high tide in the afternoon so get up early in the morning just in time to catch them.  You will love walking on the crystal-clear and cool water of the sea.  You will appreciate the cool breeze brushing on your face as you look at the vast space in front of you, the San Andres mountains on the other island with lovely clouds hovering.  The view and experience is just stunning.

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  • Trek to the other side of the island and watch the sunrise.  If you’re lucky you’ll get a glimpse of the Mayon Volcano.

  • Ride the bangka (boat) and explore the island and the Bondoc Peninsula waters.

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  • Snorkle…dive…frolick in the cool, crystal-clear water.

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  • Sleep on a hammock

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  • Camp in the beach..set a bonfire…gaze at the stars

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  • Meet the locals.

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  • Share your blessings.

In our own small way, our group was able to prepare a loot bag for at least 30 kids on the island.  We packed all the stuff into a cute little pink bag on our way to Quezon.  We put stuffs like kid’s t-shirt, crayons, coloring book, biscuit, pencils, erasers, scissors, notebooks, marshmallows. 🙂  Good vibes!  I  am so lucky to be in the company of generous, kind, supportive travel buddies! You guys are great!

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  • Take selfies or groupies.  Have fun!

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Enjoy your travels and decide to be happy now! – K

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