Imnajbu Road Cliffs
Imnajbu Road Cliffs, one of South Batan’s most visited tourist attractions, is a proof of the spectacular beauty that can be brought about by nature, winds, and time.
Imnajbu, which means to settle in the lowlands, is the place where the first mass baptism in the islands was held. The road to Imnajbu is filled with rough cliffs and interesting rock formations, which includes what is now popularly known as the Alapad Pass. Imanjbu Road Cliffs offer visitors a clear, breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean.
Imnajbu Road Cliffs are located 16 kilometres Southeast from Basco.
Opening Days and Hours
You can visit Imnajbu Rock Formation by booking a day tour to South Batan.
Entry Fee and Booking
A tricycle tour to South Batan costs PHP 1,500 (USD 30) for two people.
How to Get There
- Fly from Manila to Basco, Batanes via Philippine Airlines or SkyJet.
- From Basco, take a tricycle tour of South Batan Island and ask the driver to make a stop at Imnajbu Road Cliffs.
- Solo Travelers/Backpackers
- Songsong Ruins
- Mahtao Church
- Itbud Village
Accommodations are available in homestays or inns at the Basco town proper. Room rates range from PHP 500 to 700 (USD 10 to 14) per night.
Good to Know
From the rock formation, one can have a good viewpoint of the Long Range Navigation (LORAN) station that was built and used by the Americans.