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Astonishing views and experience!

This is the first time I've been to this place and thank you for a wonderful experience. People are... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2018
Pasay, Philippines
Alibijaban Island

It might be new to most of us but this small island in San Andres Quezon could me a new hideout for... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2018
Marlyn P
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San Andres, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed 25 June 2018

This is the first time I've been to this place and thank you for a wonderful experience. People are kind and friendly. The foods are great! And its amazed me because you accepted Bitcoin as payment looking forward to other crypto coins such as DeepOnion...More

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Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile

It might be new to most of us but this small island in San Andres Quezon could me a new hideout for your summer escapade. The pride of the island is their white sand beach with clear sea water, the view of sea forest or...More

2  Thank Marlyn P
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

I was invited by my friends to visit and shoot this island. Honestly, I haven't heard about this place but they said it is worth the trip and I will feast my eyes with what nature offers in the island. We rented a van going...More

1  Thank Egoy I
Reviewed 28 February 2018 via mobile

Alibijaban Island has a spectacular fine white sand beaches, emerald crystal clear waters are just remarkable and the people are approachable.

2  Thank Darwin D
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Spent a pre-birthday celebration on the island. Went there on a weekday (Thu & Fri) so there was not much guests on the island. Room rates at PHP500/night (twin bed good for 2, common toilet). You need to pay PHP10/pail of water to take a...More

7  Thank Falcon_Travelogs
Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

The island is crowded and that's not good but the water is so clear and thats amazing, really! It feels like swimming in a pool fill with fishes.

4  Thank redjine
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

The road to San Andres is two lane with numerous rough spots yet passable. There's a place to park your car at the pier. Boats are just a hundred feet away. The boat ride takes 15-20 minutes depending on how loaded the boat is and...More

1  Thank W285JUluiss
Reviewed 3 April 2017

We stayed in Alibijaban for 2 days and 1 night. The island is known for its mangrove forest and sandbars. Alibijaban has a turquoise clear water. The best time to visit the sandbar is in the morning. There is no electricity on the island so...More

3  Thank gail0905
Reviewed 19 March 2017

We visited Alibijaban Island during our two-day island hopping trip around Burias Group of Islands. It wasn't a part of the island group but it was just a 20 minute boat ride from San Andres Port that served as our jump-off point thus, an ideal...More

1  Thank DJ R
Reviewed 17 January 2017

A powerful typhoon has blown out of the northern Philippines, fierce winds and rain knocked down trees that damaged their mangrove, one of the tourist attraction in Alibijaban. Locals said that there are only 3 tourist spots in Alibijaban; mangrove, a big rock formation under...More

1  Thank Mims V
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12 April 2017|
Response from gail0905 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are rooms on the island where you can stay. Please see our travel guide and contact person to help you with your trip at pinayontheroad blog
Ronie M
5 April 2017|
Response from DJ R | Reviewed this property |
Jump-off point is San Andres Port. Road going there is paved though some parts were bumpy because of some destroyed asphalt. Take care while driving at night.