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Romblon

Romblon bluehole Romblon Marble Quarry | Photo by Jan Levent Cresta de Gallo | Aerial shot by Jan Levent San Andres | Photo by Jan Levent Looc Fish Santuary | Photo by Mac Dillera Mt Guiting Guiting | Photo by NICO MARTIN ENEGO Carabao Island | Photo by Mac Dillera Colong-Colong Beach_Photo by Jan Levent

Romblon

Accessible through short air travel or affordable sea voyage, Romblon province is a group of about 20 islands at the very center of the Philippines. It has three main islands—Tablas, Sibuyan, and Romblon Islands—and a number of small islands, most of which share the abundant fish and long stretches of ivory-white beaches of their neighbors Mindoro and Boracay. Carabao, Tablas, and Romblon islands have the most beautiful coasts, whereas the whole province is wrought with dozens of waterfalls, caves, and historic Spanish sites.

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