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Aliguay Island

Dipolog, Mindanao, Philippines
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Nice Little Island with a Quaint Community

We went for the day... nice beach and snorkeling sites. Arrange for a boat to take you there from... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2017
Ricky S
GHOST TOWN / STUNNING BEAUTY

a trip to Aliguay Island is worthy guys, it took more than 1:30 hours to reach from Dipolog port... read more

Reviewed 21 June 2017
Parvez K
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Dipolog, Mindanao, Philippines
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Reviewed 28 June 2017

We went for the day... nice beach and snorkeling sites. Arrange for a boat to take you there from Dipolog. Contact Kenny Ong of Kenny's Tackle Shop for details and fishing trips.

1  Thank Ricky S
Reviewed 21 June 2017

a trip to Aliguay Island is worthy guys, it took more than 1:30 hours to reach from Dipolog port, well here's the interesting story, my friends warn me not to go Ali Guay island, bcoz of recent terrorist activity in Aliguay, that's why all traveling...More

2  Thank Parvez K
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Unspoiled, remote , a breather – that’s what this island is all about. If you happen to be backpacking around Dapitan or Dipolog, a night camp in the island is highly recommended. The beach is fine and white while the water is clear and full...More

6  Thank reeve carlo v
Reviewed 20 January 2016 via mobile

aliguay Island is the Island that's infront of Dipolog Sunset Boulevard, you couldn't see with your own naked eyes though, but its there. The Island is very poorly managed, no clean water available. They have to filter their drinking water from the sea... So when...More

1  Thank Rod L
Reviewed 7 July 2015

Aliguay is a small island located about an hour away by speed boat from Dakak Beach Resort in Dapitan. Due to its remote location, only few tourists are able to visit this wonderful island. The island is inhabited with a small number of Zamboangenos. Going...More

4  Thank Glentoy
Reviewed 17 May 2015

Aliguay is a small island just off the cost of Dipolog City, Philippines and Dapitian, Philippines. Our ride to the island was via a local fishing boat we rented at the Dipolog City jetty/fishing area just off the Boulevard. We asked several fishermen about taking...More

4  Thank ronnie222
Reviewed 29 March 2015 via mobile

I have visited this island several times and it never fails to amaze me. We were able to rent a boat and went around the island and did snorkeling. Furthermore, the residents are very accommodating and helpful to tourists. For me, it is a great...More

8  Thank AdnelgglendA
Reviewed 24 February 2015

We hired a local fishing boat to bring us there for 3000 peso. upon arrival the locals wanted 300p docking fee, I (a foreigner argued about it since even if u own the land on the island the first 7 meters from the sea level...More

9  Thank Naxilus
Reviewed 5 November 2014

Blue ocean with much seen in the drift dive. Indeed an untouched beauty. Mr. Jean Paul, from Dakak Beach Resort gave great advise, detailed briefing and shown the awesome dive sites. Great visibility more than 25m horizontally full stretch of corals. From bottom looked up,...More

3  Thank Ching Ling H
Reviewed 10 September 2014

Boracay seems so crowdy with foreigners and all. Boracay's advantage is providing elites and everyone good hotels to stay and all that. But Aliguay Island can be your own once you visit. Quite untouched and wasa virgin island. Not crowdey. Good for Barkada's who loves...More

2  Thank DiaSiare
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