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Masbate is situated in the Southern Bicol Region where dialects converge due to its proximity to the Visayan provinces, where the mix consists of Bicol, Waray, Tagalog, Hiligaynon, and Cebuano. Its rich heritage, untouched beauty, breath taking mountain ranges, and pristine beaches of this tranquil island makes it worth visiting.

Balangingi Island Beach Front Mantikal White Sand Beach Aroroy, Masbate

The verdant grazing lands and rolling hills makes the province ideal for cattle raising, which is why Masbate is known as the Cattle and Rodeo center of the Philippines. Proud of their culture, a Rodeo Masbateno is held annually that has become a not to be missed tourist attraction.

Palani White Sand Balud, Masbate Rodeo 2011 Ham Valencia

Surrounded by clear blue waters, thriving coral reefs, and white sand beaches, makes this fishing province a guaranteed tourist magnet. Besides the cattle industry in Masbate, the province is also noted for the abundance of precious minerals, such as gold and silver, particularly in the Municipality of Aroroy.

Rodeo 2011 Ham Valencia San Isidro White Sand Beach Claveria, Masbate

Port of Masbate is a continuously evolving port due to its role as the main gateway for trade and industry in the province. Romblon Shipping Lines is proud to be in the forefront of keeping Masbate connected and productive.

Sombrero White Sand Beach San Pascual, Masbate Katandayagan Falls San jacinto, Masbate
Bugui point Light House