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Monday, September 24, 2018

The Amazing Beauty of the Alibijaban Island in San Andres, Quezon



Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful?
Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!


Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attention and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.

One of our scholars is from that island, and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!

My son just couldn't leave without playing his violin along the serene beach.

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!

Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!


Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!

A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and shared photos and videos of their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax, enjoy nature at its finest and take a respite from that busy world of yours.

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!


The Wonder island

Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.

The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area. 

225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary.

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!


The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of the sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit.

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!


How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too? 

Alibijaban ... perhaps the name doesn't strike a note to many, but do you know that it's actually an island in San Andres, Quezon which is so amazingly beautiful? Its raw and laidback beauty will surely catch your attemtiom and make you wish you could go there to commence with nature. Some even call it the "freedom paradise" and if you've been there you'll most probably say so, too.  One of our scholars is from that island and together with my son and his friends they have made  Alibijaban their haven of peace and relaxation.... an escape from all the complexities of city life and work. They visit the place at least two times every year (since 2016) and come back fully recharged though still longing their vacay would have been longer.  Sunrise or sunset? Simply awesome!  A number of bloggers have visited this small island in San Andres Quezon and documented their wonderful escapade. Reviews will tell you you won't regret going there  --  that is, if your goal is to simply relax and take a respite from that busy world of yours.  The Wonder island  Alibijaban is a small island located off the southeastern coast of Bondoc Peninsula in the Philippines, and according to Wikipedia, belongs administratively to the municipality of San Andres, Quezon province, and is coterminous with the barangay of the same name. Having only a population of 1,643 inhabitants in 2015, it is considered as the smallest of seven barangays in San Andres.  The "freedom paradise" is known for its pristine mangrove forest and coral reefs. It is also visited for its white sandy beaches and rich bird life. Its mangrove forest covers approximately 140 hectares (350 acres) of the island's central and northern portions is protected under the National Integrated Protected Areas System as a wilderness area called the Alibijaban Island Wilderness Area.   225 hectares (560 acres) of waters surrounding it have also been declared a marine protected area known as the Alibijaban Fish Sanctuary so that's a clue that you shouldn't take home treasures from their sanctuary. The island's white sand beach with clear sea water is so amazingly beautiful at any time of the day. The view of sea forest or the mangrove trees and the beautiful sandbar with lots of starfish and other sea treasures makes your visit more interesting. It's no wonder so many selfies and groupies are taken there. Add to that list the kindness and jovial nature of the locals, you'll surely enjoy your visit. How about sleeping in cottages or your own tent near the beach? Would you love that, too?  So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!



Here are some videos on YouTube to make you wish you could go there. 

Let Viajero & Viajera Travel Blogger give us a glimpse of the wonder island!


Here's another compilation video from Jon Ortega you'll surely enjoy watching via YouTube:



So if you're thinking of a place to explore and relax in...memorize that name...Alibijaban!

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