The Municipality of Pinamungajan is a small yet alluring town located on the western coast of Cebu. It can be considered as an unspoiled haven for nature lovers looking for something new to explore. The town is home to spectacular waterfalls, magnificent caves, mangrove forests, and a wide sand bar located off its coast. Pinamungajan is also one of the biggest producers of milkfish and coconuts in the island of Cebu.
The Campalabo Islet is a small sandbar located off the coast of Barangay Tajao in Pinamungajan. The islet has an area of around one hectare, which is only visible when the tide is low. It is located within a marine sanctuary managed by the Bantay Dagat. The islet gives visitors a stunning view of Mt. Kanlaon in Negros Island as well as the Tañon Strait.
You can get to Pinamungajan by getting on a bus headed for the town at the Cebu South Bus Terminal. The trip takes around two hours depending on the traffic. Before going to Campalabo Islet, you should pass by the municipal hall since they can facilitate your transportation to the islet. You would normally have to ride on an outrigger boat at the Barangay Tajao wharf. The boat ride takes around twenty minutes.