Sabtang Tourism & Travel Guide

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About Sabtang

A visit to Batanes is incomplete without seeing Sabtang. Of the three islands, this is the smallest inhabited. On our third day in Batanes, we were picked up at 6 am and was sent to San Vicente Port / Radiwan Port in Ivatan, we took the motorize boat: Falowa to Sabtang Island. There are only 2 boat trips in morning so make sure to reach there on time (before 7:30am). After 30 minutes Falowa Ride, we arrived at Sabtang Port: Sabtang is at the southernmost island municipality of the Batanes group of islands which is composed primarily of Sabtang Island, as well as two nearby smaller and uninhabited islands: Ivuhos and Dequey. The municipality is known for its lighthouse and the old stone houses of the Ivatan villages in Chavayan and Savidug. Malakdang Lighthouse is prominently seen from the port -

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