Let the waves hit your feet and the sand be your seat.
Want a quick breathe from the hustle and bustle of the city? We suggest you consider visiting Sumilon Island. Not only it’s a four-hour ride from the metropolis, it does not require you a full wallet, too.
This beautiful secluded island is privately owned by Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort. They generously opened their sandbar to public for a very affordable fee.
Visiting Sumilon Island Sandbar was included in our itinerary during our South Cebu Tour. We headed to this place right after our whale shark encounter.
Almost half of the sandbar portion was already submerged in water when we arrived but because the water was crystal clear, it was still visible.
There were not too many visitors during that time. We had a great time snorkling and enjoying the waves. After few minutes of basking in the sandbar, our tour guide offered us to tour the other part of the island. We climbed the giddy precipice which we thought is not for acrophobic individuals.
But if you resolved to conquer that fear, this spot shows a panoramic view of the mainland and a wonderful view of the ocean. So, drop that fear, honey!!! You cannot miss this!
What do you say? Are you ready to visit the island?
We hope you enjoyed our travel diary of Sumilon Island. Have you been here? Tell us about it. 🙂
‘Til our next adventure!
Love, Ace and Demi
P.S You might want to hear about the rest of our South Cebu Tour. Know about our Historical Visit in Oslob, our quick visit to Sanayon Site in Santander and stay updated for the rest of the places we visited by subscribing and following our site. Blessings!
3 thoughts on “Sumilon Island Sandbar | South Cebu Tour 2016”
Wow, this island has long been penned on my bucket list and until now, I haven’t gotten a chance to visit it. You guys really seemed to have enjoyed. Keep traveling!
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Guess it’s time to plan your visit to have it scractched off on your list, Padz. 🙂 We really had a great time, we hope you’ll have, too.
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