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This place is completely out away from civilization, which is why we wanted to visit. However, after the really long journey we were very disappointing and will never return here. The beach was so dirty, full of human and animal wastes. There were people shooting...More
Sombrero Island is another discovery unveiled, the remoteness of the island makes it more appealing for most travelers who wish to have low pitched destination to spend their vacations, however its immense potential of becoming a premier island to visit may not stand a chance...More
The beach was great and so was the food served. There were almost 20 of us friends on a tour and for 1500 pesos, it was such a good score. The beach wedding part was a plus because it was our first time to witness...More
Looking at the shape of the island tells us why it is called Sombrero (Hat)Island.
The water hear is really crystal clear.
Our travel buddy in this trip is Campers and Backpackers (CAB) -name of the group the we joined (you can check them on...More
The Sombrero island, called as such because it's rock formation is in the shape of a hat, was our home as a campsite as we explored Burias.
Pros: 1. clear waters, you can climb the rock formation for an amazing view of the sandbar during...More
Named as "sombrero" for it's peculiar, hat-shaped rock formation. Sombrero Island is actually a collective name for two islands; the smaller island where the remarkable rock formation stands and the larger where a resort operates. The two islands are just meters away, said to be...More