HOW TO GET TO SANTA FE ROMBLON
The main entry to the Island of Tablas is the Poctoy Port in the Municipality of Odiongan. There are two major shipping lines that transport goods and passengers from Batangas Port, namely, 2GO Travel and Montenegro Shipping Line. 2GO, via Saint John de Padua, departs from Batangas Port every Thursday and Sunday at 10:00 AM and docks at Poctoy Port 5:00 PM the same day; and every Monday at 9:00 PM and arrives at Odiongan by 4:00 AM the following day. Roro vessels of 2GO crosses the Batangas Gulf, Verde Island Passage, and Tablas Strait for seven hours while Montenegro Shipping lines travel approximately for nine hours departing from Batangas port by 5:00 PM everyday and arrives at Odiongan the following day. From Poctoy Port, commuters will have to ride a public utility jeepney which can be found in the port terminal or in Odiongan land Terminal in Dapawan, about 10 minutes away from the sea port via tricycle.
Santa Fe is about 45 kilometers via Limon Road and 40 kilometers via Malilico away from Odiongan Proper which takes approximately two hours of travel time passing through the Municipalities of Alcantara and Looc via public utility vehicle. However, a private car or motorcycle can reach Odiongan in an hour.
For inter-provincial destination, a sea port in San Agustin accommodates small sea vessels. From Romblon, Romblon, the M/V Maria Querubin sails daily at 1:00 PM and docks in San Agustin Port at 2:00 PM. From Sibuyan, people have to ride another ferry from Romblon, Romblon.
For air transport, Cebu Pacific Airlines is the only airline that transports from Manila to Tablas Island landing at Tugdan port in the Municipality of Alcantara. This leaves every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 12:05 PM and arrives at 1:20 PM. On
Tuesdays and Saturdays, the plane leaves at 8:30 AM and every Thursday leaves at 7:55 AM. Aside from the identified route, the municipality is also very accessible through pump boats since 10 of its barangays are coastal areas.