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A sandbar, or shoal is a landform which is in or partly in a body of water. Usually it is made of sand, silt, and/or small pebbles.

5. Sumilon Island Sandbar, Cebu

Sumilon Island’s fascinating sandbar is by far one of the major tourist draws of the Oslob Municipality in the province of Cebu. Aside from its crystal clear waters and glittering white sands, this sandbar is also famous for its shifting locations and varying shapes.

4. White Island, Camiguin

Known as one of Camiguin’s best and most popular tourist attractions, the White island is a secluded virgin sandbar comprised mainly of pebbles and stunning white sands. Surrounded by turquoise clear waters, White Island has a lovely horseshoe shape that changes from time to time with tides constantly reshaping and resizing it.

3. Higatangan Island, Biliran

Perched off the coast of the Biliran province, the Higatangan Island is a wondrous attraction best known for its shifting sandbar. Depending on the wind direction and water current, the island’s breathtaking sandbar would extend up to more than 180 meters to the sea. This makes every experience there unique and special! Besides its shifting sandbar, the island also showcases a myriad of breathtaking rock formations and exotic shells.

2. Manjuyod White Sand Bar, Negros Oriental

The Manjuyod White Sand Bar, also referred to as Sumapao Shoal, is a certified tourist hot-spot with a lot of potential to get even more popular with time! Not surprising, given it’s an idyllic island with soft, powdery, majestic white sand that spans more than six kilometers! When the tide subsides, the Manjuyod White Sand Bar transforms into a beautiful white gem that surfaces from the seafloor. No wonder they call it "the Maldives of the Philippines". Book your flight to Dumaguete to experience this for yourself before it gets too popular!

1. Kalanggaman Island, Leyte

Aptly named “The Paradise Island”, the Kalanggaman Island is truly a serene paradise with clear waters, powdery white sands and cool breezes. Located off the shore of Palompon’s municipality, the Kalanggaman Island is a hidden gem that is fast becoming a major tourist attraction in the Leyte province. The nearest airport to this stunning beauty is Tacloban.

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