View from a hilltop overlooking town. Shoreline of Biliran Island visible in the distance. Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.
Calubian is a 5th class municipality in the province of Leyte, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 28,421 people. A mostly rural community, the townspeople largely make a living from fishing and agriculture. The town boasts of its majestic natural landscape and clean and beautiful coastline. This small but beautiful town strives its best to live in harmony with nature.
Calubian Municipal Hall. Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.
View along the waterfront at Barangay Villalon, Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.
Our Lady of Fatima Parish Church at Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.
Sunset view from Lotus Beach Resort at Barangay Abanilla, Calubian, Leyte, Philippines. Biliran Island in the distance.
View of Calubian from approaching boat. Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.
View out over the pier area towards the beautiful mountains of Biliran Island. Calubian, Leyte, Philippines.
Getting to Leyte
Tourists can reach Leyte Province via by air travel via Tacloban City, the capital city of Leyte. Local airlines from Manila have daily trips to Tacloban City. From there, Buses and vans are available as a mode of transportation touring the Province.
Tourists can also reach Leyte by riding a ferry boat from Cebu going to Ormoc City. From there, air-conditioned vans have trips touring touring the province.