Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch

Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch
Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch
Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch
Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch
Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch
Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch
Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch

Get ready to explore Sabtang and its tourist attractions in this one day tour in Batanes. It is one of the only three inhabited islands in the northernmost province in the Philippines. If you want spectacular views and learning about the culture and traditions of the Ivatans, this day trip is for you.

You will be picked up from your accommodation in Basco and taken to Ivana Port. From there, you will board a faluwa, a traditional boat without any outriggers, for an exciting ride going to Sabtang Island.

Once you get there, you’ll make your way to visit key spots via a cogon-roofed vehicle. Marvel at the stone houses in the village of Savidug. Built to withstand the strongest typhoons, the houses are a testament to the Ivatan's strength and resilience.

Head next to one of the best views in Batanes: Chamantad/Tinyan Viewpoint. It is one of the most popular spots for sightseeing and picture taking on the island. Take a short trek through the rolling hills towards the cliff to get a panoramic view of the open sea.

You will stop by a rustic church in Chavayan Village next. Buy souvenirs from local weavers who make the vakul, the traditional headgear of the Ivatans.

From there, you will make your way to Morong Beach, one of the most photographed spots in Sabtang. This scenic white sand beach contains a natural unique rock arch formation right on the shore. Indulge in a festive lunch right by the beach while appreciating the scenic view the place has to offer.

Many tourists who have visited Batanes claim that you haven’t really experienced the province if you don’t spend at least a day on Sabtang Island. Once you see how beautiful it is, you will understand why!

Immerse yourself in this culturally enriching island tour of Sabtang in Batanes. Check the booking availability by choosing a date above.


Quick facts

Tour information:
  • Available: All year
  • Duration: 12 hours
  • Activities: Sightseeing and Walking
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Languages: English, Tagalog
  • Attractions: Morong Beach, Savidug Stone Houses, Chavayan Village, Sta. Rosa de Lima Chapel, Batanes
Pickup information:
  • Pickup time : 06:00.

Pickup and Drop-Off Location: Basco, Batanes

To avoid delays, please be ready for pickup 15 to 20 minutes before your scheduled departure.

Included:
  • Air-Conditioned Vehicle

  • English-Speaking Guide

  • Roundtrip Boat Transfer to/from Sabtang Island

  • Sabtang Environmental Fee

  • Ivana Port Fee

  • Lunch

  • Tips/Gratuities

  • Breakfast and Dinner

  • Airport Transfer


What to bring:
  • Camera

  • Extra Clothes

  • Water

  • Personal Medicine


Good to know:

- All our guides speak English. For other languages, contact us for availability and rates.

- Sustainable Ecotourism Fee (PHP 350.00) and PAMB Fee (PHP 50.00) is only applicable one time while you are here in Batanes. If you purchase more than one tour package, kindly only pay this fee once.

- Reminder: There is a PHP 5,000.00 PAMB Fee for drone usage in the islands and a separate fee of PHP 1,000.00 for drone usage in Sabtang.

- Tour times may be changed depending on the weather. This will be directly coordinated by the Tour Coordinator who will be assigned to you once you arrive in Batanes.

- Establishments do not accept credit cards. Please bring enough cash with you unless it is possible for you to utilize the only available ATMs in Basco which is operated by the Landbank of the Philippines and Philippine National Bank.

- Batanes is a protected area for all landscapes and seascapes in order to preserve its natural wonders including endemic floras and faunas. Your assigned Tour Guide will brief you on the details.

- Locals are indigenous people called the Ivatans. Respect for their culture is highly appreciated by wearing appropriate clothing when in public view.

- Sharing with us your flight details on your arrival and departure in Batanes Islands is a must so we can assist you better and orient you on the tour details.



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