Jomalig Island, Quezon | Photo by JR Felipe Jomalig Island, Quezon | Photo by JR Felipe

Jomalig

To reach the island town of Jomalig, you would have to go on a considerably uncomfortable six-hour boat ride from mainland Quezon. There are no hotels, restaurants, bars, henna tattoo shops, and other beachside trappings you usually find in Boracay and Puerto Galera. Due to limited power supply, electricity is often cut off at midnight. What it does have in abundance are long stretches of unspoiled beaches, quiet coastal villages, mangrove forests, and nearby islets teeming with avian and marine life. Bring a tent, get ready to rough it, and be blown away by one of the most beautiful places in all of Quezon.

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