5. Snake Island, Palawan
Snake Island is a unique sandbar in the Philippines. It is composed of fine sand and many small corals and pebbles in both sides. As the name suggest, you may be thinking that there are plenty of snakes in this sandbar! But no, there are no snakes. What it refers is the actual sandbar itself. It is a snake-like, letter S-shaped sandbar that visibly connects two island. Yes, it is like a bridge that connects two islands. One can walk in the sandbar that will lead to the next island and back.
Snake Island is just a 45-minute boat ride from El Nido, Palawan.
6. White Island, Camiguin
White Island is one of the most beautiful sandbars in the Philippines with turquoise clear waters and fine white sand (thus the name). This horse-shoe shaped or C-shaped sandbar is a popular destination in Camiguin. There are not trees or cottages in the island so you have to bring or rent an umbrella if you want to have some shade from the sun. What’s more interesting in this sandbar is that it gives you a stunning view to Mount Hibok Hibok and Mount Vulcan.
White Island is located in the municipality of Mambajao in the province of Camiguin. If you visit here on holidays, expect many visitors in the island.