I stayed for two days in a tent and one in the dorm room. The tent was 250 (single occupancy) and the dorm 350.
I loved staying in the tent on the beach, as it was very peaceful, you could hear the sound of the waves, and when opening the tent in the morning I could enjoy the unspoiled view of the beach.
They put a matrasse in the tent, so it was really comfortable to sleep there. I could ahve deposited my valueables in the house, but I just put a padlock on the tent door. Since there were always people around during the day outside, it was safe enough.
Only imporvement for the tent option was the shared bathroom outside, which I did not find that clean, and it was often missing toilet paper.
The dorm room where I spend my last night was also very good. Its a spacious 4-bed dorm. The beds are big, there are lockers for everyone, enough power points and the bathroom is spacious and clean.
The food in the restaurant is quite pricey, despite having a backpackers menu. Its still expensive. However, they have a kitchen that you are free to use and there is a local market around 15 minutes walking away, so I prepared my own food most days.
To get to JJs you can take a shared tricycle (its only around 20-30PHP) from the ferry station. If you take a private Tricycle it will cost you around 150PHP.
In walking distance to JJs there are motorbikes for rent also. I rented one for 250PHP / day, which was working well and I could explore the beautiful Island.
JJs beach is the most relaxing beach where I stayed during my 6 weeks in the Philippines, its not only a beautiful beach, but you are almost alone, and you can relax in the Hammocks at JJs enjoying the beautiful view.
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