Bonbon Beach Romblon Island Philippines Tourist Destination, the ideal destination for those who want to enjoy beautiful beaches. Bonbon Beach An Incredible Sandbar.
Bonbon Beach the most beautiful and popular beach in the island. Located in Barangay Lonos, Bonbon is a privately owned white sandy beach and approximately two kilometers long. It is linked to an uninhabited Bang-og Island by a sandbar that is submerged on a knee to chest deep water during high tide.
Romblon is an province of the Philippines located in the Mimaropa region. Its main islands include Tablas, the largest, which covers nine municipalities, Sibuyan with its three towns, as well as the smaller island municipalities of Corcuera, Banton, Concepcion, San Jose, and Romblon, the provincial capital. The province lies south of Marinduque and Quezon, east of Oriental Mindoro, north of Aklan and Capiz, and west of Masbate.
How to get to Bonbon Beach in Romblon
By Air: Nearest Airport: Tugdan Airport (Romblon)
Ride a flight to Romblon (Tablas, Romblon). Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines offer daily flights to Tablas, Romblon.
From the airport, ride a jeep/van that travels to to the town of Odiongan port. From Odiongan port ride a jeepney/mini bus to bring you to San Agustin Port. Travel time: 3 hours.
Upon arriving at San Agustin Port buy RORO or pumpboat tickets to bring you to Romblon Port. Travel time: 50 minutes – 1 hour.
From Romblon Port ride a tricycle to Tiamban Beach Resort. Bonbon Beach Sandbar is walk-able from Tiamban Beach Resort.
Bonbon Beach is accessible via the main road from Romblon town. There are many tricycles that pass by it; just tell the driver you’d alight at Bonbon.
By Sea: From Batangas Port
Once at the Batangas port, book a ticket bound for Romblon, Romblon; the price is depending on the class of the ticket and the shipping line. There is also a terminal fee of P30.
Bonbon Beach is accessible via the main road from Romblon town. There are many tricycles that pass by it; just tell the driver you’d alight at Bonbon