island hopping (habal)
tent kanya kanyang pitch sa mga ayaw ng may kashare sa kubo or pwede magkubo ng sarili
The history of Jomalig Island is one of the best love story legend in Quezon province. Although many old Jomaligins (its people) doesn't know or couldn't remember where Jomalig derived its name, there are few old residents who still remember the wonderful legend from their ancestors. Based on the story, there was a Datu who lived in island and had a beautiful daughter. A young man from a neighboring island wanted to marry the princess but Datu didn't agreed on it but reprimand his daughter and challenged the young man. The Datu said that he will only give his daughter if the young man can roam the island in just one day and successfully shoot three fishes in every pond on the island. The young man took the Datu's challenge. After he roam he island and he almost finish the marathon, but in the end failed to do so because he's near to death. he arrived in the finish line hopelessly and at this point he requested the princess to kiss him as the only reward he could receive. The people in island witnessed what happened she kissed the young man and they shouted "humalik" (They kissed). From that time on, the people on island named the island "Humalik". Many years passed and the Humalik become Jomalig. Many old residents said that the Americans changed it when they conquered Philippines.
Due to the geographical location of Jomalig, the district found it difficult to be recognized and established which further contributed to its slow development. It was only in the year 1952 when Jomalig, Quezon was subdivided for agricultural and residential lots sponsored by Mayor Mamerto P. Azarias and the Municipal Council.
Only through the inauguration by then Congressman Manuel S. Enverga did the civic leaders geared towards self-reliance. It instigated them towards development in agriculture and with this, many people from the Bicol Region migrated for a richer pastures and uplifted livelihood.
Jomalig Island was a former barrio of Polillo, but on January 22, 1961, with the enactment of Republic Act. No. 3372, Jomalig Island was separated from the municipal district of Polillo, Quezon. (c) google
STARTSat March 17, 201812:30 AM
ENDSun March 18, 201810:30 AM
MEETING PLACEGreenfield District Pavilion, United Street, Mandaluyong, NCR, Philippines
REQUIRED DOWNPAYMENT₱900.00/ Person
12 slots left!
WHAT TO BRING
RT Aircon Van Transfer (Manila-Real Port-Manila) RT Boat Transfer (Real Port-Jomalig-Real Port) lunch sa boat to jomalig and vv 2 hosted meals (1st day merienda & dinner, 2nd day breakfast Island / Environmental fees Camping fees / Entrance fees kubo (shared)
*Swimsuit *Sunblock lotion *Flashlight / Headlamp *Towel *Toiletries *Power Bank *Slippers *Mesh kit *Wet wipes / Tissue *Insect Repellant *Personal Medicine *Drinking water good for 2D1N *Pocket Money *Snorkeling gears Note: if you have food restrictions please notify us.
12:30 A.M. – Greenfield District MCDO front of Pavilion (Shaw)
01:00 A.M. – ETD to Real Port
04:30 A.M. - ETA Real Port (buy extra needs here)
05:30 A.M. - ETD Real Port to Jomalig Island
10:30 A.M. –Early lunch sa Bangka
11:30 A.M. - ETA Jomalig Island (4-6 hours byahe depende sa alon)
12:00 P.M. - Rest
12:30 P.M. –(Merienda Sandwich c/o namin habang nag aayos kayo ng gamit sa kubo)
1:30 P.M – Free Time Island Exploration (magbaon ng food, pede kayo mag island hopping care of nyo na po, pwede din maghabal)
05:00 P.M. - Back to Kubo
06:30 P.M. - Dinner (hosted meal)
07:30 P.M. - Socials (sagot naming ang sapat na alak na swabe ang tama)
Note: may kuryente ng 6pm-10pm lang
05:00 A.M. - Wakeup call watch sunrise
06:00 A.M. - Breakfast (hosted meal)
07:00 A.M. – Beach bumming
09:30 A.M. - Wash up Prepare to go home
10:30 A.M. - ETD Jomalig to Real Port/Lunch
04:30 P.M. - ETA Real Port
05:00 P.M. - ETD Real Port to turbina
10:00 P.M. – ETA turbina
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