Top 5 most beautiful islands in the Philippines

Top 10 Sandy Islands in the Philippines

A nasal or sandbar island is a rather pretty union of tiny pebbles and sand that has been buffeted by coastal currents, and is usually located a hundred yards from the beach or shoreline. The best part of these sandy panoramic islands is in the Philippines! Representing more than 7,000 islands surrounded by clear blue waters, the Philippines is home to many pristine and isolated sandy islands. Sabaiasia.co.uk presents the best of them.

1. Kalanggaman Island, Leyte
2. White Sand Island Manjuyod, Negros Oriental

White Sand Island Manjuyod, East Negros

White Sand Island Manjuyod, also called Sumapao Shoal, is a guaranteed tourist hot spot with great potential.

Don’t be surprised, given that this idyllic island of soft, powdery, sugar-white sand spans more than six kilometers! At low tide, White Sand Island Manjuyod turns into a beautiful white diamond that emerges from the ocean bed.

3. Sumilon Sandbar Island, Cebu
4. White Island, Camiguin

White Island, Kamiguin

Known as one of Camiguin’s best and most popular attractions, White Island is an isolated pristine sandbar formed mostly by pebbles and soft white sands.

Surrounded by clear emerald-colored waters, White Island has a half-moon shape that is occasionally disturbed by currents, changing its size and shape.

5. Higatangan Island, Biliran

Higatangan Island, Biliran

Peeking out of the emerald waters near the coast of Biliran Province, Higatangan Island is a striking site known primarily for the regular shifting of its sand. Depending on the direction of the wind and sea currents, the beautiful sand island can grow up to 200 meters protruding from the sea.

In addition to the shifting sand, the island also displays a myriad of exotic shells.

6. Manlawi Island (Manlawi), Virac

Manlawi Island

With its stunning scenery, it’s no wonder that many travelers and tourists consider Manlawi Island one of the most magnificent sandy islands in the entire Philippine archipelago.

At low tide, fortunate visitors make their way to Manlawi Island to soak up the scenic sights of a vast, miniature dune-lined stretch of fine, flour-like sand surrounded by clear blue and turquoise waters.

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7. Snake Island, El Nido

Snake Island, El Nido

Snake Island, also known as Wigan Island, is a beautiful and natural sandy islet wriggling in an S-shape. It is visible only at low tide and when the water is completely clear.

Located in El Nido, Palawan, Snake Island remains a popular tourist attraction of the area. Head to Puerto Princesa to get to this natural wonder and unique overlay island!

8. Virgin Island & Isola di Francesco, Bohol

Virgin Island, Bohol

Nicknamed the hidden oasis of Bohol, Virgin Island is a nautical island known primarily for its powdery white sands and perfectly clear waters. Like other sandy islands in the Philippine archipelago, it is isolated and uninhabited, especially at high tide.

But ‘Virgin’ is known not only for its beauty and shapes, the main riches are hidden underwater, where you will find an abundance of bright and colorful sea life!

9. Bulubadiangan Island, Iloilo

When the water recedes, this muck island appears on the surface of the sea and extends as far as the eye can see, as if it’s hitting the next island.

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