Sambawan Island is a top destination of the 4th smallest island province in the Philippines, Biliran. Part of the island municipality of Maripipi, this up-and-coming gem is a world of enchantment with its shifting blue to green crystal clear waters, undulating cliffs, teeming corals, IIndian almond… 584 more words
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2014 has been a pretty good year for me. It has been a year of adventure for discovering local destinations and starting to fuel my guts to take solo escapade elsewhere in the country, may it be from the north of Luzon or down south of Mindanao. 1,355 more words
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After the Maripipi-Sambawan scene, we proceeded to our first side trip chasing waterfalls in Biliran. According to our research, there are twelve waterfalls the can be found in the island, most of which are in the town of Almeria just thirty minutes away north of Naval. 933 more words
If you think island getaway that includes access to a breath-taking panoramic view is impossible, then you haven’t heard of Sambawan Island.
Sambawan Island is an uninhabited island away from the beach crowd located at the Municipality of Maripipi, Biliran.420 more words