Dive in Romblon

Diving in Romblon

Travel to Romblon

Romblon
Existing in relative isolation from the rest of Luzon, Romblon retains much of its Spanish legacy and its natural attractions are largely unexplored. Lining the shores of the province’s three major islands – Romblon, Sibuyan, and Tablas – are some of the best, most unspoiled beaches in this part of the country. Ringed by palm-fringed white sand, these beaches boast a wealth and variety of marine life offshore. Inland, there are a number of waterfalls and an inland salt lake.

  • Hypselodoris apolegma, Romblon, Philippines

    Hypselodoris apolegma, Romblon, Philippines
  • Lobster, Romblon, Philippines

    Lobster, Romblon, Philippines
  • Cobrador Island, Romblon

    Cobrador Island, Romblon
  • Scorpaenopsis diabolus (Humpback Scorpionfish), Romblon, Philippines

    Scorpaenopsis diabolus (Humpback Scorpionfish), Romblon, Philippines
  • Gymnothorax zonipectis (Barred-fin Moray Eel), Romblon, Philippines

    Gymnothorax zonipectis (Barred-fin Moray Eel), Romblon, Philippines
  • Cuttlefish (Sepia), Romblon, Philippines

    Cuttlefish (Sepia), Romblon, Philippines