White Sand Vanishing Island In The Philippines – Most of us just couldn’t get enough of a white sand beach. As obviously for every travel enthusiasts heart, its one of the best and great things we always look forward in our journey. Whether a popular beach resort with crowded people or a secluded island with obviously lesser people. As long as the environment especially the waters is still clean and pristine, visiting the place the second time around would probably still a great idea.
Now in the charming country of the Philippines case with more than 7000 island. Proudly announcing to have one of the best beaches in the world that even huge travel and news website posted article of how beautiful the country is. We’re pretty sure that this Bali and southern Thailand alternative southern Asian country will be one of the best place you can visit this year. You can either spend a month of non stop exploration. Trying new stuffs you think you can’t do, meeting new sets of friendly local people. Trying out nation’s mode of transportation which is jeepney and bus or most probably you can indulge yourself trying out authentic native cuisines as almost every province in the Philippines has their own delicacies and specialties.
To completely make you want to visit the country, we have gathered photos and information of the most stunning white sand vanishing island in the Philippines. May you be at awe of this place so you will start the year traveling and exploring our beautiful world. Hopefully you’ll find this one helpful and worth sharing! Enjoy!!
Stunning White Sand Vanishing Island In The Philippines You Should Visit Includes:
1. Snake Island In El Nido, Palawan
– A famous Philippine tourist destination we always see in various social media and postcards. Its location lies in Honda Bay, Palawan where exclusive resorts and white sand beaches, breathtaking landscapes, fishing villages can be found. It is so-called the snake island not because its home to some different kind of sea snakes. But basically of its naturally S-shaped white sand bar, vanishing during high tide.
For more information here: Quick Guide: Snake Island in El Nido, Palawan – Philippine Beaches
Pansukian Naked Island In Siargao | Photo Credits: Owner
2. Pansukian Naked Island In Siargao
– Situated in the magnificent teardrop shape group of islands (Siargao). The white sand naked island of Surigao Del Norte province is on of the boundaries of General Luna Marine Sanctuary. Where it can easily be reach via pump boat ride from General Luna municipality. Now if you’re curios on what’s the reason behind the name, it’s because you can’t see anything in the island even a single coconut tree.
3. Manjuyod Sandbar In Negros Oriental
– The vanishing island located in Bais City has estimated 7km pristine white sand and crystal clear water. Allowing tourist to enjoy sunbathing, swim and snorkeling, scuba diving and even picnic. The Manjuyod Sand Bar also has few wooden houses for their guest in which during high tide, these cottages looks like floating on the water.
For more information refer here: Manjuyod White Sand Bar Bookings/ Information – Dumaguete Info
Naked Island, Britannia Group of Islands In Surigao del Sur | Photo Credits: Owner
4. Naked Island, Britannia Group of Islands In Surigao del Sur
– Another small yet beautiful white sand island that can only be seen during low tide in the Britannia Group of Island in the province of Surigao Del Sur. This vanishing island has totally no vegetation, only surrounded with crystal clear water of Lianga Bay.
The Vanishing Island in Davao Del Norte| Photo Credits: Owner
5. The Vanishing Island In Davao Del Norte
– A small strip of white sand island located in the beach center of the province which is the Samal Island. This popular yet peaceful destination has gained its recognition towards local and foreign tourist as it basically emerges only during low tide. The vanishing island of Samal, Davao Del Norte is a perfect place for divers looking for a great spot this summer as well as for beach enthusiast.
For more information on how to get there and etc. refer here: Vanishing Island Samal Davao Del Norte – The Pinay Solo Backpacker
Palad Sandbar In Marinduque – Photo Credits to Khen Neil Jover
6. Palad Sandbar In Marinduque
– Located in Maniwaya Island which is just accessible via 20-40 minute boat ride from the municipality of Santa Cruz, Marinduque. The vanishing semi-fine white sandbar of Palad is best for swimming especially for people with kids as the waters is just shallow.
7. White Island In Camiguin
– Last but definitely not the least, Camiguin’s popular yet uninhabited white Sand Island. With horse-shoe shaped before but the waves constantly reshapes its form even up to this day. Some people who have already visit the spot said that the vanishing island sometimes split into two white sand bar and there are times it’s shape become letters “L” and “C”. It all depends in the waves splashing through the island.
For more information on how to get there and etc. refer here: White Island Camiguin – Camiguin Guide
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