Morong Beach features only a short stretch of sand that is surrounded by low grass-covered hills on all sides. The pristine white sand is like Boracay's. In addition to that, the glass-like turquoise ocean water in Morong Beach is calmer and friendlier despite the usual rough weather.
The cave resembles that of a hobbit cave covered with green vegetation. On one end of the beach is a cliff that can be explored during low tide. Locals offer a row of cottages in the beach where visitors can taste the native Ivatan foods served on nito plates.
Some tourist spots near Morong Beach are the Sumnanga Village, a small fishing barrio that is located at the end of the west cove; the Chamantad-Tiñan Viewpoint, a famous viewing spot overlooking the Chamantad cove; and the Chavayan Village, a village known for its old stone houses and local Sabtang weavers.
Less than an hour away from the beach is the Sabtang Church, mostly known as San Vicente Ferrer Church. This Catholic church had been constructed under the Dominicans in 1785 and is now a National Historical Landmark as declared by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines last 2008.