9. Manlawi Island, Camarines Sur
Manlawi Island is another popular sandbar in the Philippines. Though it disappears on high tide, but one can witness a vast rippling sandbar in low tide. It is a kilometer wide sandbar during the low tide. There are just small nipa huts around so one can enjoy the nature and beach at its best. One can also take beautiful pictures with the mountains as backdrop.
Manlawi Island is located at Caramoan, Camarines Sur.
10. Seco Island, Antique
Seco Island, a fast booming tourist destination in Antique. It is one of the most beautiful sandbars in the Philippines that looks like an elbow with 1.5 kilometers stretch of fine white sand. In Antique, the word “Seco” means elbow. The photos of the sandbar is really breath-taking and very inviting. Recently, it gained popularity on the social media. Seco Island is perfect for swimming, camping and kiteboarding.
Seco Island is located in Tibiao, Antique.