Driving the Sibuyan Circumferential Road is not a piece of cake
The Sibuyan Circumferential Road is a very scenic (and challenging) road located on the Sibuyan Island of Philippines, in the province of Romblon.
The road is very scenic as it follows the coastline of one of the most unspoiled ecosystems in the Philippines and the world. This track can get very muddy and slippery after rain making it challenging to get through. During and after a storm the road may be impassable, even with a four-wheel-drive vehicle. The island has been dubbed by some local and international natural scientists as "the Galápagos of Asia", because it has remained in isolation from the rest of the world since its formation.
The road is 91.5 km long. The surface is gravel, concrete, asphalt and sand. 4x4 required to complete the whole trip.
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