Experience the Maldives of the Philippines
Enjoy the shores of sandy beaches
Its a 6-7 hectares of pure white sand
One of the best places for swimming and snorkeling
Experience dolphin watching
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Private Airport Transportation/Boat Fee/Entranxce Fees/Environmental Fees/Seafood Lunch
Know Before You Book
Minimum of 2 pax/Children 5 younger are not allowed/Children below 18 must be accompanied by a paying adult/Please be ready and wait in your hotel lobby prior to scheduled pick-up time
What you can expect
While other countries have to endure strong blizzards and deadly polar vortices, Filipinos are truly blessed with a country that is awash with warm, tropical weather. And where there’s glorious sunny weather, one can’t help but think of enjoying on the shores of sandy beaches.
Undeniably, nothing can encompass nature's magical prowess, and Manjuyod Sandbar is one perfect testament to that. Devoid of luxury trappings, even coconut trees are nowhere in sight, Manjuyod sandbar is like a white gem that emerge from the seafloor when the tide recedes.
Dubbed as the Maldives of the Philippines, this sandbar located between Manjuyod and Bais in Negros Oriental has been gaining popularity to locals and tourists alike.
The sandbar is about 6-7 hectares (in length and width) of pure white sand. It is considered to be one of the longest sandbar in the Philippines. The long stretch of white sand is not always visible when you visit it though.
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