Manjuyod White Sandbar Marine Sanctuary is a pristine 7 kilometer stretch of premium white sand can be accessed via a short 15 minute boat ride from Capinahan Wharf in the South Bais Bay, Bais City Negros Oriental. The area is also popular for whale and dolphin watching. The sandbar emerges only during low tides. On the island you can find native wooden houses built on stilts ??" and which, during ...
high tide, appears to be floating on the water. These cottages could be rented for overnight stays and can be booked at the Bais City Tourism Office.
Manjuyod White Sandbar Marine Sanctuary News
What lies in the heart of Siquijor is a 400-year old Balete Tree. This tree is enchanting as it is also connected to a small blue pond with tiny fishes that nibble on your feets dead skin cells. Dont worry, it wont hurt. Itll just tickle! Its a great spot to just sit and relax. This place also has booths that sell love potions and voodoo dolls. They also have a coconut stand where you can buy buko for just PHP 30.
Sunset Drone Footage Short Video Taken from Dji Phantom 3 Standard at Manjuyod's White Sands Bar.
Roadtrip from negros occidental passing Manjuyod Sandbar in negros oriental to the capital Dumaguete city and crossing the island thru roro vessel going to Kawasan Falls of Badian, Cebu where canyoneering is one of your life goals to be achieved.
The city of Bais in Negros Oriental has been serving as the base for boatloads of tourists on dolphin and whale-watching tours at the Tañon Strait, the body of water separating Negros Oriental from southern Cebu. Occasionally, a few species of whales, and even whale sharks may be spotted here but the vast majority of sighting are that of spinner dolphins, so named because they spin as they leap out of the water.
Exploring Negros Oriental and the Island of FireMe and my highschool friend's annual get together. Last December 2016, we chose to explore the city of Negros Oriental (Dumaguete, Manjuyod and Apo Island) and province of Siquijor. And also, to welcome home our very own balikbayan, Noey.
When we told people we were heading to South East Asia for three weeks the standard response was "Are you going to Thailand or Bali?"
It's no surprise Thailand and Indonesia are at the forefront when it comes to the region. In terms of travel infrastructure and tourism, they're arguably the two countries that have embraced foreigners and cater for them the most.
In our case, we wanted to go deeper. We love those places, but there's something rewarding about the difficulty of travelling to those far-flung beaches with less tourists.
The Philippines hit our radar from watching other tr ...