Wherever you go to the Philippines, whatever region or province you visit, chances are you’ll find a good spot to spend your stay in – a beach, a nature park, or a resort, for instance. And if you’re looking for that perfect place to visit and enjoy, there are many popular destinations to try. But, these well-known destinations are actually but half of what you can visit in the country.
The other half? Well, these include the less popular, less explored, and less visited, but as appealing, sometimes even more exciting, destination places in the Philippines.
If you want a complete vacation in Sarangani, don’t miss out the best diving spots in the area, its magnificent caves, and an encounter with the locals. From the usual idyllic activities to extreme adventures, Sarangani has a lot to offer.
If you’re the visual type of individual, someone who loves to feast his eyes on beautiful sights, you’ll surely fall in love with the underwater treasures hidden by the beaches of Sarangani province. Colorful starfish, lovely reefs housing hundreds and thousands of fishes, as well as breathtaking cliffs – all these, you will find in the province.
If you’re a vacationer who wants to be always in the middle of the action, then don’t miss the diving spots and snorkeling areas of Sarangani. You can try the complete diving packages offered at South Point or Lemlunay Resort. The said resort boasts of different diving points, so popular that they are regularly visited by divers.
Not too sporty? Don’t worry, you can check out marine parks and coves instead. One that you may want to try is the Tuka Marine Park. It’s a protected snorkeling spot where fishing is not allowed. So, you’ll find a whole lot of fishes when you snorkel here.
Or, why don’t you get out of the water and go caving instead? You have a lot of options in the area – from the Milay Bato to the Zion caves. Here, you’ll enjoy unique cave formations and thousands of bats flying inside the caves.
You can also immerse yourself in the culture of the tribal community in Sarangani, the B’laans. The said group of people is composed of expert bead makers and loom weavers, and you can enjoy watching them perform their craft.
If, on the other hand, you’re after a gustatory treat, you can try Bahalina, the popular local wine of Sarangani province. And of course, you’ll love the sound of nature at night just before you sleep and when you wake up during the dawn – crickets singing in the darkness and the waves lapping on the shore.
In all of these experiences, there’s one thing that’s sure – you’ll emerge refreshed from your Philippines vacation in Sarangani Province. And, you’ll surely come back to experience it again in the future.
Sarangani province website: http://www.sarangani.gov.ph