Colibra Island in Pangasinan Tourist Guide sometimes spell as Culebra Island. In the past it has often been referred to as Snake Island for the poisonous sea snakes that made the island their habitat, Colibra Island is located at Dasol, Pangasinan is actually more dangerous than many of the other islands in Pangasinan However, in spite of all that, Colibra is still a tourist destination, especially because colibra island with various rock formations, white sand, and even has crystal-clear waters.
Other Famous Destination in Pangasinan
Cabongaoan Beach in Burgos
Tambobong Beach in Dasol
How to Get Colibra Island in Pangasinan Tourist Guide
From Balinmanok Beach, you may rent a boat to do the island hopping which will bring you to 3 islands – Colibra Island, Cabacungan Cove, and Crocodile Island.
Boat rental fee ranges from Php1200 to Php1300 – included island hopping, a guide, and life vests. Boat ride would be approximately 30 minutes.
How to Get to Colibra Island from Manila
Ride a bus via Alaminos (First North Luzon Transit, Victory Liner, Dagupan Bus, Five Star) from Cubao or Pasay to Alaminos, fare ranges about P380 to P400 and travel time almost four and a half hour.
From Alaminos, transfer to a local bus to Sta. Cruz or Iba and get off at the junction to Tambobong in Dasol, travel time is around 45 minutes. You may also catch a bus going to Sta. Cruz via Alaminos and get off straight at the Tambobong Junction this route is limited.
From Tambobong junction, tricycle to take you to Tambobong Beach at P300/tricycle maximum of four passengers. At Tambobong Beach, take boats rate at P800 for round trip, good for three, inclusive of docking fee of P100.
From Barangay Cabongaoan, you may also charter a boat to Colibra there a little expensive and travel time takes a little longer than if you come from Barangay Tambobong. Alternatively way, you may flag a tricycle from there or hitch to vehicles going to Tambobong. tricycle rate starts at P100 one-way, maximum of three, travel time is 15 to 20 minutes.