How to Unwind on Kalanggaman Island in Leyte: The Ultimate Travel Guide


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Kalanggaman Island is one of the top summer destinations in the country. It’s untouched and breathtakingly beautiful; perfect for summer and weekend getaways.

It’s also isolated which makes it an ideal destination for people who seek total relaxation. This guide will help you plan a hassle-free summer trip to this island paradise.

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Why is it called Kalanggaman Island? – Origin and History.

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Aerial view of Kalanggaman Island in Palompon, Leyte, Eastern Visayas, Philippines. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Kalanggaman Island is located within Palompon which is a municipality on the west side of Ormoc City in Leyte. A bird’s-eye view of the island reveals that it actually resembles the shape of a bird. This is where the island got its name since the word ‘bird’ is ‘langgam’ in the local dialect.

It used to be known as a mysterious and enchanting place that not a lot of people want to visit due to fear of encountering mystical entities. After years of obscurity, Kalanggaman Island started getting international exposure when almost 400 passengers of MV Europa Cruise Line stopped over on the island for a couple of hours in 2016. 

Kalanggaman Island is 753 meters long and up to now, it’s still uninhabited. Palompon’s Eco-Tourism Office only allows up to 500 tourists per day to ensure that the island won’t be exploited and its beauty will be preserved for a long time.

Related: 50 Amazing Tourist Spots to Visit in the Philippines + Things to Do

 

How to get to Kalanggaman Island.

Kalanggaman Island as seen on Google Maps

1. From Manila.

If you’re coming from Manila, you can reach Kalanggaman Island by bus or plane.

a. For Land Trips.

  • Bus Line: DLTB
  • Service Class: Aircon
  • Origin: Pasay City
  • Destination: Palompon, Leyte
  • Trip Schedule: 10:45 AM, 11:00 AM, 11:15 AM, 12:15 PM, 12:30 PM
  • Trip Duration: 27 1/2 Hours
  • Fare: Php 2,066

b. For Flights.

  • From Manila, take a flight to Ormoc City, Tacloban City, or Cebu City.
  • Upon arriving at any of the cities, follow the specific route going to Kalanggaman Island.

 

2. From Ormoc.

  • Fly from Manila to Ormoc.
  • From Ormoc Airport, go to the van and bus terminal near Ormoc City Park.
  • Take the van (Php 120) going to Palompon, Leyte.
  • The trip usually lasts for an hour and a half.
  • From Palompon, go to the Eco-Tourism Office.
  • Register and rent a boat going to Kalanggaman Island.

 

3. From Tacloban.

  • Fly from Manila to Tacloban, Leyte.
  • Once you’ve arrived in Tacloban, you have to ride a tricycle (Php 150) going to Duptours or Van Vans Terminal.
  • Ride a van (Php 170) going to Palompon, Leyte. The trip lasts for 3-4 hours.
  • Once you’re in Palompon, go to the Eco-Tourism Office. It’s located in the Freedom Park beside the Town Hall. You can ride a pedicab but it’s also near enough to just walk.
  • You can register and reserve a boat going to Kalanggaman Island at the Tourism Office.
  • The travel time from Palompon to Kalanggaman Island is roughly 1 hour.

 

4. From Cebu.

From Cebu, you can reach Kalanggaman Island through Cebu City or Bogo City.

a. From Cebu City.

  • From Cebu City, purchase a ticket going to Palompon, Leyte, at Pier 1 Cokaliong office.
  • The fare is around Php 310 and the duration of the trip is around 5 ½ hours.
  • Upon arrival at Palompon, Leyte, take a pedicab or walk towards the Eco-Tourism Office.
  • Register and then reserve a boat going to Kalanggaman Island.

Ferry Schedule (Cokaliong Shipping Lines):

MON/TUE/THUR/SAT: Departure – 8:00 PM, Arrival – 1:30 AM

SUN: Departure – 12:00 PM, Arrival – 6:00 PM

Rates (may change without prior notice): Economy: Php 310; Tourist: Php 510; Cabin: Php 785; Suite Room: Php 1,995

Related: How to Travel to Cebu: 30 of the Best Tourist Spots to Visit

b. From Bogo City.

  • Go to the North Bus Terminal in Cebu and take a bus (Php 140) going to Bogo City.
  • The trip lasts for around 3 hours.
  • Get off at Bogo City and ride a tricycle (Php 150 – good for 4pax) going to Polambato Port.
  • Travel time is approximately 25 minutes.
  • At Polambato Port, take a Super Shuttle Ferry going to Palompon, Leyte.
  • Once you have arrived at Palompon, walk or ride a pedicab going to the Eco-Tourism Office near the Town Hall.
  • Register and reserve a boat going to Kalanggaman Island.

Ferry Schedule (Super Shuttle Ferry):

Bogo to Palompon Route: Daily at 12:00 PM

Palompon to Bogo Route: Daily at 7:30 AM

Rate (may change without prior notice): One-way fare is Php 300

 

5. From Biliran.

  • From Naval, Biliran, ride a van (Php 100) going to Ormoc. The trip lasts for an hour and a half.
  • Ask the driver to drop you off at Libungao Junction.
  • From the Libungao Junction, ride a van (Php 90) going to Palompon, Leyte. Travel time is around an hour.
  • Get off at Palompon, Leyte.
  • Walk or ride a pedicab going to the Eco-Tourism Office near the Town Hall.
  • Register and reserve a boat going to Kalanggaman Island. Travel time to the island is around an hour.

 

6. From Malapascua.

  • At Malapascua, you can add a side trip to Kalanggaman Island.
  • Day tours to the island are available at Malapascua.
  • From Malapascua, there are three trips going to Kalanggaman Island daily.
  • You can coordinate with your hotel, resort, or tour provider if you want to add a side trip to the island.
  • The boat ride from Malapascua to Kalanggaman Island is around 1 ½ hour to 2 hours.
  • It must be noted that this route will be more expensive than the usual route (Palompon to Kalanggaman Island).

Related: 10 Amazing Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Cebu

 

What is the best time to visit Kalanggaman Island?

Since the Philippines has two seasons which are summer and rainy, the best time to visit Kalanggaman Island is during the sunny period. The dry months are February, March, April, and May.

You can still visit the island from October to January if the weather’s good and there are no typhoons.

Try to avoid scheduling your trip during the rainy season from July to September.

It can also get crowded during long weekends, holy week, and other national holidays. If you don’t like large crowds, it’s best to avoid visiting the island during those days.

 

Where to Stay in Kalanggaman Island.

Whether you’re staying for just a day or overnight, there are three accommodation options for tourists visiting Kalanggaman Island.

1. Cottages.

At Kalanggaman Westside, JeTer Resort offers teepee huts for tourists. Each teepee hut can accommodate four persons. The huts can be rented for Php 1,000 per day and come with a free breakfast for two.

There’s a restaurant, clean restrooms, and water activities in this resort. You can contact them through Facebook or their contact number: 0917-587-4984.

 

2. Camping.

If you’re planning to spend the night on the island, camping is your best option. You can rent a tent at Hinablayan Outdoor Shop. This shop is located along Rizal Street, in front of the Eco-Tourism Office in Palompon.

Tents can be rented for P250 (2 pax) or P300 (4 pax) per night. There’s a P200 deposit and you’ll be asked to present one of your valid IDs. You can call their customer service number at 0998-999-4276.

You can also bring your own tent so you can camp out for free. For other camping needs, you can visit the shop, Habagat Outdoors, located beside the Eco-Tourism Office in Palompon. Take note that the shop operates on a first-come-first-serve basis.

 

3. Nearby Hotels.

If you want to spend the night near Kalanggaman Island before or after the trip, you can stay at nearby hotels.

a. Ormoc Accommodations.

b. Palompon Accommodations.

  • Hutton Lodge (Cor. San Francisco St. & Evangelista St.) – Room Types: Air-conditioned rooms; Contact No.: (053) 338-3098
  • Pacci House (Rizal St.) – Room Types: Air-conditioned rooms and dormitories; Contact No.: (053) 338-2880
  • Whispering Beach Mini Hotel (P. Del Rosario Ext. Brgy. Guiwan I) – Room Types: Air-conditioned rooms and suite; Contact No.: (053) 338-2135/555-8045
  • Diana’s Guest House (Zamora St.)Room Rates: starts at P800; Contact No.: 0995-726-6765
  • Breadfruit Traveller’s Lodge – Room Rates: starts at P800; Contact No.: 0977-367-5292
  • Asayas Pensione Plaza (Burgos St.) – Contact No.: 555-8037
  • Cham’s Inn (Mabini St.) – Contact No.: (053) 555-8524
  • Palompon Orange Villa
  • Sergi’s Resort and Hotel
  • Grants Building
  • Traveler’s Inn – Contact No.: (053) 555-9174

c. Bogo Accommodations.

  • Bogo Park Lodge (San Vicente St.) – Contact No.: 0998-964-3997
  • Northomes Pension (Pelaez St.) – Contact No.: (02) 434-7688

d. Tacloban Accommodations.

 

Top 10 Things to Do in Kalanggaman Island.

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Image by David Astley from Pixabay
  1. Aqua-biking – You can rent out all the needed equipment for aqua-biking on the island.
  2. Banana Boat – There’s a resort on the island that rents out banana boats which are good for 5 pax.
  3. Beach Sports (Volleyball and Frisbee) – You can also play beach sports since there are volleyball and frisbees that are available for rent.
  4. Camping – You can set up your tent anywhere on the island.
  5. Diving (Scuba Diving & Free Diving) – You can get a dive guide for around Php 800.*
  6. Kayaking – Kayaks can be rented out for Php 150 per hour.*
  7. Snorkeling – You can bring your own snorkeling gear or rent one for around Php 100-Php 150.*
  8. Sunbathing – Plastic lounges can be rented on the island.
  9. Swimming – Make sure to ask which areas are safe for swimming.
  10. Explore the beach – Walk along the famous sandbar of Kalanggaman Island.

*Rates may change without prior notice. 

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Where to Eat in Kalanggaman Island.

Food won’t be a problem if you’ll avail tour packages that include full meals during the trip.

It’s a different case for DIY trips. Although there aren’t any restaurants in Kalanggaman Island yet, you won’t get hungry while exploring this place. There are several sari-sari stores around the island that can cook short orders for you.

If you want to cook during your stay, you can buy fresh catch from the market before going to the island. There are wooden tables and grilling stations that you can use for free. 

 

Things to Bring on Your Trip.

These are the essentials that you should bring for your Kalanggaman Island trip.

 

1. For Day Tours.

  • Drinking water
  • Fully charged camera/gadgets with extra batteries
  • Insect repellent
  • Packed lunch
  • Garbage bag
  • Snacks
  • Coral-friendly sunblock & sunglasses
  • Toiletries

 

2. For Overnight Trips.

  • Cooking set 
  • Drinking water
  • Earth pad
  • Flashlights (with extra batteries)
  • Food supply
  • Fully charged camera/gadgets with extra batteries
  • Lamps
  • Powerbanks
  • Garbage bag
  • Sleeping bag
  • Tent

 

3. Optional Essentials.

  • Flippers
  • Floaters
  • Snorkel gear

 

Tour Packages and Activities.

1. Tour Packages.

a. Overnight Package.

Total Cost: Php 1,900

Tour Provider: Kalanggaman Island – Hinablayan Tour Package

Inclusions:

  • Entrance fees
  • Environmental and permit fees
  • Lunch, dinner, and breakfast
  • Round trip boat transfers (Palompon-Kalanggaman-Palompon)
  • Snorkeling mask
  • Tour coordinator
  • Tables and chairs

Itinerary:

DAY 1

10:00 AM – Assembly time at Tourism Office

11:00 AM – ETD from Tourism Office to Kalanggaman Island

12:00 AM – ETA at Kalanggaman Island

12:30 AM – Lunch (Boodle Fight)

01:00 PM – Island exploring, swimming, snorkeling, etc.

7:00 PM – Dinner

 

DAY 2

06:00 AM – Breakfast

07:00 AM – Island exploring, swimming, snorkeling, etc.

09:00 AM – Pack-up time

10:00 AM – ETD from Kalanggaman island to Tourism Office

11:00 AM – at ETA Palompon Tourism Office

 

b. Kalanggaman Island Day Tour.

Total Cost: From Php 2,650 to Php 7,550 for locals and from Php 3,000 to Php 7,900 for foreigners, depending on the number of pax

Tour Provider: Island Trek Tours

Inclusions:

  • Island entrance fee
  • Life jacket
  • Local tour guide
  • Lunch (2-3 viands with fruits or soft drinks)
  • Pick up and drop off in any hotel in Cebu City and Mactan
  • Picnic cottage
  • Private air-conditioned round-trip transportation
  • Private boat service from Maya port to Kalanggaman Island and vice versa

Itinerary:

5:00 AM – Pick up at hotel in Cebu City or Mactan

8:00 AM – Arrival at Maya Port

08:30 AM – Depart for Kalanggaman island

11:00 AM – Arrival at Kalanggaman island for swimming/snorkeling and island tour

12:00 PM – Lunch

03:00 PM – End of tour, depart for Maya Port

05:00 PM – Arrival at Maya Port

8:00 PM – Estimated arrival in Cebu City or Mactan

 

c. Kalanggaman Island Day Tour Package from Cebu City.

Total Cost: From Php 2,000 to Php 6,700 for locals and from Php 2,350 to Php 7,050 for foreigners, depending on the number of pax

Tour Provider: Cebu Tours PH

Inclusions:

  • Entrance fee to the island (Additional Php 350 per head for foreign tourists)
  • Government taxes and fees
  • Lunch at Kalanggaman Island
  • Round-trip air-conditioned transportation from Cebu City or Mactan Hotel
  • Round-trip boat transfer from Maya Port to Malapascua Island (shared)
  • Shared boat to Kalanggaman Island

Itinerary:

03:00 AM – Pick up from hotel in Cebu

06:00 AM – ETA at Maya Port/transfer to Malapascua Island

07:00 AM – ETA at Malapascua Island / Breakfast own account

09:00 AM – Depart for Kalanggaman

10:30 AM – ETA at Kalanggaman Island for swimming, etc. 

12:00 NN – Lunch (included)

02:30 PM – Back to Malapascua Island

04:00 PM – ETA at Malapascua Island / Depart for Maya Port

05:00 PM – ETA at Maya Port

08:00 PM – ETA at Cebu Hotel

 

d. Kalanggaman Island Tour Package.

Total Cost: From Php 2,750 to Php 6,770 for locals and from Php 3,100 to Php 7,120 for foreigners, depending on number of pax

Tour Provider: iLink PH

Inclusions:

  • Comfortable shared boat from Maya Port to Kalanggaman Island
  • Door to door air-conditioned shuttle service from Cebu City to Maya Port (free pick-up within Cebu City, Mandaue, Mactan)
  • Entrance fee
  • Lunch with 1 round soft drink and bottled water
  • Tour guide from Maya to Kalanggaman Island
  • Use of life vest
  • Use of mask and snorkel

Itinerary:

3:00-4: 00 AM – Pick up at Hotel

7:00 AM – Arrive at Maya Port

8:30 AM – Arrive at Kalanggaman Island

11:00 AM – Lunch

1:30 PM – Depart from the island

3:00 PM – Back at Maya Port

7:00 PM – Back at hotel

 

e. Kalanggaman Island Tour from Palompon, Leyte (overnight package)

Total Cost: Php 2,650 for locals, Php 3,200 for foreigners

Tour Provider: iLink PH

Inclusions:

  • 3 buffet meals (lunch, dinner, and breakfast)
  • Cottage
  • Entrance fee
  • Fruits, soda, and bottled mineral water
  • Meet-up at Palompon Port
  • Portable light and blanket
  • Roundtrip boat transfers to Kalanggaman Island
  • Tent (DIY)
  • Waiters to serve/cook

 

2. Activities.

JeTer Resort, located in Kalanggaman Island, offers the following activities:

  • Banana Boat: Php 500 per ride (good for 5pax)
  • Fat Bike: Php 150 per hour
  • Jet Ski: Php 4,500 per hour
  • Kayak: Php 150 per Hour
  • Snorkeling: Php 200 (good for 2 hours)

 

3. Side Trips.

You can also add a side trip to your Kalanggaman Island Tour:

  • Cuatro Islas. You can add an island-hopping side trip to your day tour and get the chance to explore the following islands: Apid Island, Digyo Island, Himokilan Island, and Mahaba Island. The boat rental fee ranges from Php 2,500 to Php 3,000. You also have to pay a Php 50 per pax environmental fee.
  • Malapascua Island. There are direct boats from Kalanggaman Island going to Malapascua. You can look for a boatman and ask to join the boat going to Malapascua for a fee. Day tours from Kalanggaman to Malapascua starts at Php 800 per pax. Travel time is approximately 2 hours.
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Sunrise in Kalanggaman Island. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Sample Itinerary with Budget.

1. Day Tour Itinerary.

Time
Activity
07:00 - 08:00 AM
ETD for Palompon, Leyte
11:00 - 11:30 AM
ETA at Palompon, Leyte
11:35 – 11:40 AM
Registration and Boat Reservation at Palompon Eco-Tourism Office. Payment for the Round-trip Boat Fare.
11:45 AM
ETD for Kalanggaman Island
12:45 AM
ETA at Kalanggaman Island
1:00 PM
Lunch
1:30 PM
Beach bumming, swimming, water activities, photo ops, etc.
03:00 PM
ETD for Palompon, Leyte
04:00 PM
ETA at Palompon, Leyte. Shower and change clothes.
04:15 PM
ETA Van or Bus Terminal
04:30 PM
ETD for point of origin

2. 2D1N Itinerary.

a. Day 1.

Time
Activity
07:00 - 08:00 AM
ETD for Palompon, Leyte
11:00 - 11:30 AM
ETA at Palompon, Leyte
11:35 – 11:40 AM
Registration and Boat Reservation at Palompon Eco-Tourism Office. Payment of the Round-trip Boat Fare.
11:45 AM
ETD for Kalanggaman Island
12:45 PM
ETA at Kalanggaman Island
1:00 PM
Lunch
1:30 PM
Assemble tent or Check-in at Teepee Hut
02:00 PM
Water Activities/Beach Bumming
05:00 PM
Post-Swim Shower/Change Clothes
06:00 PM
Dinner
06:30 PM
Free time
10:00 PM
Lights out

b. Day 2.

Time
Activity
07:00 AM
Breakfast
07:30 AM
Swimming/Water Activities/Side trip (optional)
12:30 PM
Lunch
01:00 PM
Photo Ops/Pack Things
03:00 PM
ETD for Palompon, Leyte
04:00 PM
ETA at Palompon, Leyte/ Shower & Change
04:15 PM
ETA at Bus/Van Terminal
04:30 PM
ETD for Point of Origin
3. Fees.

a. Regular Daytime Fees (per pax) at Kalanggaman Island.

  • Foreign tourists: Php 500
  • Non-local but Filipino tourists: Php 150
  • Non-local but Filipino college students: Php 40
  • Non-local but Filipino high school students: Php 30
  • Non-local but Filipino elementary students: Php 20
  • Senior Citizens: Php 120

b. Overnight Fees (per pax) at Kalanggaman Island.

If you want to spend the night on the island, here are the corresponding fees:

  • Foreign tourists: Php 750
  • Non-local but Filipino tourists: Php 225
  • Non-local but Filipino college students: Php 60
  • Non-local but Filipino high school students: Php 45
  • Non-local but Filipino elementary students: Php 30
  • Senior Citizens: Php 180
  • Fees are waived for all Palompon residents.

c. Round-trip Boat Rentals (Palompon-Kalanggaman Island-Palompon).

  • 15 pax Capacity – Php 3,000
  • 25 pax Capacity Php 3,500
  • 30 pax Capacity Php 4,000
  • 40 pax Capacity – Php 5,000

d. Cottage Rentals.

  • Small (15 pax Capacity) – Php 250
  • Medium (25 pax Capacity) – Php 500
  • Large (30 pax Capacity) – Php 750

 

e. Others.

  • Plastic Lounge Rental Fee – Php 50
  • Table Rental Fee – Php 30
  • Chair Rental Fee – Php 10

 

Information Source: Palompon Eco-Tourism Office

Contact Nos.: (053) 555-9731 / 0926-816-4005 / 0926-816-4007 / 0998-555-1421

 

4. Sample Budget.

a. Estimated expenses for a day tour at Kalanggaman Island.

(Note: Fare from your point of origin to Palompon is not included.)

  • Round-trip boat fare – Php 200 (shared boat)
  • Day tour island fee – Php 150
  • Lunch & snacks & drinks – Php 500
  • Cottage fee – Php 25 (shared)
  • Optional: Table rental fee – Php 30; Chair rental fee – Php 10; Plastic lounge rental fee – Php 50; Water activities – Php 500

Total Expenses (w/o Optional Fees) – Php 875

Total Expenses (with Optional Fees) – Php 1,465

 

b. Estimated expenses for an overnight tour at Kalanggaman Island.

(Note: Fare from your point of origin to Palompon is not included.)

  • Round-trip boat fare – Php 200 (shared boat)
  • Overnight island fee – Php 225
  • 3 meals & snacks & drinks – Php 1,200
  • Accommodation (tent) – Php 250 (for 2 pax)
  • Optional: Table rental fee – Php 30; Chair rental fee – Php 10; Plastic lounge rental fee – Php 50; Water activities Php 500

Total Expenses (w/o Optional Fees) – Php 1,875

Total Expenses (with Optional Fees) – Php 2,465

 

Tips and Warnings.

  • Flights to and from Ormoc are only available during the morning so make sure to plan ahead.
  • Practice precaution when exploring the island’s sandbars. They are magnificent but are prone to hazardous riptides. Avoid swimming in the western and eastern sides of the island to stay safe.
  • If possible, start your boat trip as early as 6 AM for a smooth sail. You might even get a glimpse of dolphins since they are usually visible around that time.
  • If you don’t want to experience rocky boat rides, avoid traveling from 12 NN to 3 PM.
  • Make sure that you have all your stuff with you before leaving the island since it’s too far from the mainland.
  • You can bring your own food to the island.
  • There’s no electricity on the island so don’t forget to bring power banks and fully charge your gadgets before the trip.
  • If you won’t be staying overnight, take a shower before or after the island trip. It must also be noted that detergents, shampoo, and soap are not allowed on the island.
  • There are no ATMs on the island and the nearest ones can be found in Palompon town proper.
  • There’s cell signal in the island but it can only be used for basic services like texting and calling. The data connection is very slow and almost non-existent. It must also be noted that Smart has the strongest signal in Kalanggaman Island.
  • There’s no potable water on the island, so make sure to bring a lot of drinking water for your group. The boatman usually just provides around 5 containers of water for every group of 15 pax.
  • Although there are clean restrooms and shower areas around the island, water can be very limited. There are shower areas with enough water at the Palompon Tourist Office in the mainland.
  • Make sure to only use reef-safe sunscreen.
  • Always be a responsible traveler. Never forget to follow and internalize the ‘Traveler’s Creed” which is “Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures, and kill nothing but time.” Make sure to bring a trash bag and take your trash with you when you leave the island.
  • You might get drenched during the boat ride so make sure to bring a few clothes with you. You can also use your swimming clothes on the way to the island so it won’t matter even if you get wet during the ride.
  • Since traveling to the island is restricted during unfavorable sea and weather conditions, make sure to check the weather forecast for your trip. You can also contact Palompon’s Eco-Tourism Office if it’s possible to travel to Kalanggaman Island during your preferred date.
  • Several tours or boat operators offer combined tours to Malapascua and Kalanggaman Islands. Make arrangements ahead for a hassle-free and smooth journey.

 

Frequently Asked Questions.

1. Is it safe to visit Kalanggaman Island?

Yes, Kalanggaman Island is definitely safe for everyone. There are policemen assigned on the island to ensure the safety of locals and tourists.

However, you still need to practice precaution especially when it comes to swimming at the beach. Always ask which areas are safe for swimming since the waves can be unpredictable.

 

2. Do I need to make a reservation before going to the island?

Making a reservation is usually not required since most tourists just reserve a boat upon arriving at the Eco-Tourism Office.

However, make sure to book a reservation by calling the office if your trip falls on a weekend, holiday, or Holy Week, to ensure that you’ll be accommodated.

 

3. What’s the ideal duration of a trip to get the maximum experience on Kalanggaman Island?

An overnight trip is the best option to fully enjoy the island. You’ll be able to witness the sunrise and sunset, as well as enjoy the different water sports and activities available on the island.

 

About the Author.

Anna Pamela R. Capistrano is an experienced content writer who is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in multimedia studies at the University of the Philippines – Open University. She has been working as a freelance writer for over 6 years and has created a wide range of content for various websites. Aside from writing, she also loves cooking, baking, dancing, and watching K-dramas. As an Aquarius woman, she’s passionate about making the world a better place one step at a time.

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