Tawi-Tawi

Bongao Badjao Village

My last stop over for the day is the Badjao Village. I asked Alvin to bring me to the famous water village where Badjaos live in peace and harmony with one another. The Badjaos here have relatively large population and they don’t live a life like the Badjaos we know in the streets of Manila, or in my case, in the streets of Batangas.  Here, they have a descent home and source of livelihood.  The waters of Tawi Tawi have been their source of livelihood, of harmony and of community.

Tawi Tawi | Bongao Badjao Village | What to See in Tawi Tawi | Photo Essay

Tawi Tawi | Bongao Badjao Village | What to See in Tawi Tawi | Photo Essay

Tawi Tawi | Bongao Badjao Village | What to See in Tawi Tawi | Photo Essay

Tawi Tawi | Bongao Badjao Village | What to See in Tawi Tawi | Photo Essay

Tawi Tawi | Bongao Badjao Village | What to See in Tawi Tawi | Photo Essay

My visit to the Badjao Village is one of the many reasons why I love Tawi Tawi.  And if there is one single place I love in Tawi Tawi, this is it.

Tawi Tawi | Bongao Badjao Village | What to See in Tawi Tawi | Photo Essay

Tawi Tawi | Bongao Badjao Village | What to See in Tawi Tawi | Photo Essay

HOW TO GET TO THE BADJAO VILLAGE

Take any tricycle and tell the driver you want to go to Luuk Banca, Badjao Village.  I visited the Badjao Village as part of my day tour activity.

MY PERSONAL BIAS

I love the place – serene and colorful. A must-see in Bongao.

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