If you’re coming to Quezon for tourism, there’s plenty to see. But if you prefer an off-the-beaten-path, I suggest you hop on a six hour boat ride and head to the northeastern tip of the province to visit Jomalig Island. Read this post to find out some of the best places to visit in Jomalig.
Long stretch of golden sand beach lined with majestic Agoho trees. Perfect for camping or picnic.
Like Salibungot, Bigwangan Beach is a long stretch of golden sand beach.
The largest river in the island.
Jomalig Fish Sanctuary
Snorkel of scuba dive at the sanctuary.
Islets of Canaway
Island hopping with a twist of rock-climbing and secluded beaches. During low tide, you may walk along the sandbar to reach the islets.
A beautiful pristine beach secluded between two big boulders of rocks.
A rocky island where migratory birds live, it is ideal for bird watching.
Traverse hectares of mangrove trees planted as part of the municipality’s environmental protection initiative.