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Mongpong Islet

Off the coast of Sta. Cruz, Marinduque Island, Philippines
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Good place. Nice island ;) Hospitality at its best for residencia de palo maria ;) The entire... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Emie G
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Amazing Mongpong Islet

Been here with the wife's family in 2007. Prior to going to the sandbar, we went here to swim... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2017
Alex A
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5 Dec 2017
“Ungab rock formation ”
21 Jun 2017
“Good view”
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Off the coast of Sta. Cruz, Marinduque Island, Philippines
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Good place. Nice island ;) Hospitality at its best for residencia de palo maria ;) The entire staff - from the well-coordinated parking at jump off point; the boat men; the warm welcome; the entire kitchen and resort crew - the food, the sand, the...More

1  Thank Emie G
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Reviewed 12 December 2017

Been here with the wife's family in 2007. Prior to going to the sandbar, we went here to swim waiting for our banca ride. Water is clear under the rock formation. There were jellyfish when we went here though so watch out. This was also...More

Thank Alex A
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Reviewed 5 December 2017 via mobile

We are the only visitors at ungab rock formation.For breakfast ,we bought fish and the locals cook them for us. We enjoy our visit ,the locals and the boat people are accomodating. We recommend to visit this place during lean season to enjoy the place.

1  Thank Luis T
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Reviewed 21 June 2017 via mobile

Enjoy taking pictures with the rock formation. Swimming under the arc is also good since waves usually are not that strong under it. The other side also offers also quiet sight seeing.

Thank Ramir L
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Reviewed 14 July 2016

we went here mainly for the ungab rock formation. may entrance fee sa island. not much to enjoy except taking pics near the rock. nice place to swim though but not wow.

Thank GerbsDC
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Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

This islet is a rocky protrusion, very picturesque. Charming n cute. We stayed longer cuz of selfies n group photos. Took shots under d cavelike structure.

Thank Ellen I
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Reviewed 11 May 2015

We stayed in Maniwaya island and went here as part of island hopping. Nice place to swim compared to Maniwaya in my opinion. I feel like I would prefer to stay here as they seem to also have some resorts there. We didn't ask if...More

5  Thank travchic
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Reviewed 9 February 2015

Mongpong island, offers a different type of seashores, from white sands, to rugged, dramatic, corralled and rocky that gives a different consciousness to all visitors. The impressive rock formation of Ungab, served as the natural monuments in the island. This rock formation is the most...More

8  Thank albertthebackpacker
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Response from Alex A | Reviewed this property |
Sta. Cruz is your best bet as there are no resorts or hotel here during our visit in 2007. Not sure though if the locals now offer transient houses.
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