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My Hometown’s Beautiful Beaches

I haven’t visited my hometownย Sibale for three years now. Hopefully this summer, we can go there and have the much longed-for vacation. Sad though coz hubby wont be able to accompany us. Maybe next time. He haven’t been there, but I always tell him about howย beautiful our island is. Of course I am not just bragging! ๐Ÿ™‚

Aerial View of Sibale

Aerial View of Sibale, photo taken by Cris Ferrera. I spent the first 12 years of my life here, in the middle left side of the island. Proud to be promdi! ๐Ÿ˜€

I miss swimming in this place. Have good memories here too. ๐Ÿ™‚

Adagan Beach - Sibale Island, Romblon

Adagan Beach - Sibale Island, Romblon

Tunggo Beach - Sibale Island

Tunggo Beach - Sibale Island

Adagan Beach - Sibale, Romblon

Sunset at Adagan Beach

Going to Sibale Island

Sibale Island Beach

Port of Sibale Island

Photo Credits: Mr. Michael Zantua and Miss Vanessa David

23 thoughts on “My Hometown’s Beautiful Beaches

  1. hi kabayan! who is Cris Ferrera? anyway, he took really gorgeous photos of your island.. it is also called maestro de ocampo, right? i checked on the romblon map and just realized how far that island is from the major islands like tablas, romblon, and sibuyan.. so, how do get there? parang ang hirap i-byahe ๐Ÿ™

    • Cris Ferrera is a friend, he took the aerial view picture of Sibale on his way from Cagayan de Oro. The rest of the pictures were taken by Michael and Vanessa.

      It's really far from Romblon mainland, Sibale is nearer to Oriental Mindoro. It's also known as Maestre de Campo. To get there, we would take a bus going to Batanggas, then ferry to Calapan, ride a van going to Pinamalayan and then motor boat going to Sibale. Hirap nga ng byahe, maraming sakay sakay, pero sulit naman. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. wow! ang ganda naman ng beach!

    parang "virgin" pa, sana hindi pa siya exploited at polluted katulad ng mga highly commercialized beach resorts natin

    • Wala pa actually. Pero marami na ring bumibisita, mga friends ng mga kababayan ko, nagdadala na lang sila ng mga tent para matulog o di kaya nakikitulog sa mga bahay bahay dun. ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Nice shots. nakapunta na ako sa sibale and we played basketball near the port ^_^ such an amazing place. very friendly environment too.

    tn: nahulog ako sa pantalan sa sobrang kalasingan haha

  4. The first thought that came to my mind when I saw Sibale is that it must be some island in the Carribeans.

    After venturing a bit in your blog, I discovered that it is in Philippines. I must say that it is a very pristine island. Look so unpolluted and clean. Guess it is a gem to be discovered as a tourist attraction!

  5. ah sa romblon pala ang sibale, di kasi ako pamilyar sa mga lugar d2 sa pinas. pwera na lang pag sinabi kung san yung lugar talaga like romblon. Napaganda ng place, namiss ko tuloy ang zamboanga.. taga dun kasi province ko.. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I love the port of sibale island very unique and ang ganda ng tubig. wow talaga..mala paraiso talaga..

  6. Ang ganda naman ng Sibale nayun ko lang narinig parang movie tama sabi nung isang nagcomment mukahang sa Carribean sana hindi magbago pag nadikubre ng mga magtatayo ng resort. I love to visit that place someday.

    • OO nga Ana, actually parang mas gusto namin na ganyan lang sya haha para hindi maging polluted. ๐Ÿ™‚ Sana nga mkapunta kayo. Balitaan ko kayo at picture to the max ang gagawin namin kapag naka uwi kami sa summer. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Maganda pala talaga sa Romblon. Hopefully, makapasyal din kami ng family ko dyan. Pangarap ko kasi ikutin ang buong Pilipinas. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Ang ganda pala sa Romblon. Marami pa bang marbles doon? At ang beach ang linis tingnan kapag green ang kulay. Ang sarap kayang maglakad sa tabing-dagat lalo na kapag palubog na ang araw.