Tablas Island

Tablas is the largest of a cluster of islands within Romblon province. The island is located only ten miles due north of the world famous beach resorts of Boracay Island and offers visitors unspoiled expanses of rustic palm-lined beaches and seawater coves.

The Tablas island countryside offers stunning vistas of rainforest-fringed foothills and rice paddy-lined valleys that gently roll down to pristine white sand beaches and tranquil gin blue seawaters. Visitors can take pleasure in strolling among the native fauna and flora that inhabit the countryside, and discover great snorkeling and scuba sites, mountain climbing, cave exploring, off-road 4x4 tours, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing and swimming in crystal clear rivers and waterfalls.

The English speaking inhabitants of Tablas Island are carefree and hospitable, and always willing to welcome visitors with open arms and warmhearted smiles. The Filipinos’ cheerful dispositions and friendly demeanors makes any guest’s stay a truly enjoyable and unforgettable experience. The Philippines island's commerce is centered on agricultural and deep sea fishing activities. The abundant waters that encircle the tropical island provide inhabitants with a year-round bounty of seafood and marine life, while the fertile terrain provide productive environment for cultivating banana, coconut, corn and rice crops.

The local towns offer convenient access to a variety of shops and services, where visitors can find a range of personal and healthcare necessities, as well as numerous local cafés, fresh markets and sari-sari convenience stores.

The tropical sunny climate and light trade winds blesses Tablas Island with year-round average temperatures of 27º Celsius (80º Fahrenheit). Cool ocean breezes provide visitors with a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy daytime beach activities and provide pleasant evenings for guests to enjoy the tropical island sunsets and nightlife.