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Jomalig Island 3D2N Itinerary [plus expenses: Jan 2018]


Jomalig Island 3D2N Itinerary

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JOMALIG ISLAND ITINERARY (3D2N)

DAY 1

0000 – Meet up Raymond Bus (Legarda)
0100 – ETD Raymond Bus to Real, Quezon
0500 – ETA Real Quezon, Take tryc and drop off to Port going to Jomalig.
0800 – ETD to Jomalig island (Boat Trip 8AM Daily- Travel time takes 4-6hrs)
1400 – ETA Jomalig Island, Ride Habal-habal or Tricycle to Salibungot Beach
1420 – Salibungot Beach
1500 – Free time / Swimming / Explore Salibungot Beach
1700 – Prepare Dinner
1900 – Dinner
2000 – Socials
2300 – Lights off

DAY 2

0500 – Wake up call/ Watch Sunrise
0600 – Prepare Breakfast
0800 – Island Tour
1400 – Back to Kubo or Tent
1500 – Rest/ Swimming/ Photo ops
1700 – Prepare Dinner
1800 – Dinner
1900 – Socials
2100 – Stargazing
2300 – Lights off

DAY 3

0500 – Wake up call
0600 – Prepare Breakfast/ Breakfast
0800 – Pack up
0930 – Salibungot Beach/ Port
1000 – ETD Jomalig Port
1500 – ETA Ungos Port, Real, Quezon
1600 – Merienda
1700 – ETD Bus Going to Manila
2100 – ETA Legarda, Manila

NOTE:
•Bring extra money/cash. There’s no ATM on the Island.
•Electricity runs between 1pm-5am.

•ELLA BEACH Resort (Highly recommended)
•Kubo/Cottage Php 350 /night
•Entrance fee Php 100

JOMALIG ISLAND EXPENSES:

Raymond Bus Fare: Php 198 x 2
 Habal-habal/ Tricycle: Php 70
 Kubo: Php 350-500 /night
Environmental fee: Php 170
Boat Ride: Php 400 x 2 w/ meal
Island Tour: Php 600 (Habal-habal)
Food sharing: Php 1000
Tricycle: Php 10/head Going to Port from the bus stop and 35/head going to Raymond bus terminal from Ungos. (Max of 6 per tricycle)

 

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Jerny is a full-time freelancer, an IT Specialist, a traveler, a dreamer and also a reading enthusiast. He loves to travel, climb mountains, swim and take beautiful photos. Together with his girlfriend, Jane, are currently traveling all over the Philippines and aspires to explore every corner of the world.
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