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This is one of the Spot of AirAsia hehe, i recommend to go there in Summer and starting from mornings, there is a boat which is 2k and they wait 1-2 hours only. you can do overnight but its a bit more expensive but still...More
Must go place .. The thing I like most about Sambawan is simplicity they maintain on island , it teach us to live happily with basic things without expecting luxury, that night I felt like I’m sleeping with stars with music of waves; I felt...More
We took an hour boat ride from Sunset Resort in Cawayan to reach Sambawan. The water was clear with different hues of blue. The sand is made up of corals. You can buy chips and drinks from the sari-sari store in the island. I had...More
First look of Sambawan was enough to fall in love, but actual beauty you can see by little cliff and some effort will bring you top of the mountain on the island which takes away your breath for wonderful stunning view also you can enjoyed...More
Sambawan Island is considerably a virgin when it comes to tourism. There's no electricity but decent water supply is available.
Overnight camping is encouraged for those who are up for it.
Sambawan offers one of the clearest and cleanest waters in the area, housing hundreds...More
Sambawan is an incredibly beautiful little island, and I almost feel like I don't want to review it because I don't want other people to know. But it left such a mark on me that I'm compelled to tell others about it.
The island is...More
This is a must see place in Leyte. They have the magnificent view of Mt Marikiki. Activities include snorkling diving and trekking. Very impressed with management. I suggest you stay overnight or 2 days. They have fan nipa huts that can fit 2 to 8...More
From Maripipi, you'd have to endure a long boat ride. It was probably more than two hours. Along the way, you'll see a few interesting-looking, small islands. However, once you reach the island, you'll know it's all worth it!
There are a couple of huts...More
We came here to Sambawan during a 3 days tour of Biliran. The hilltop place have a great picturesque view of Maripipi and the whole island. This island has a similar structure of Isla Gigantes in Ilo-ilo.
You have to bring you own food if...More
Upon arrival at noon Saturday we were enthralled as there was NOBODY but a few workers there. Later in the afternoon quite a few boats showed up, and some stayed overnight. The bungalow was 1500P per night and VERY rustic. Electricity from 6 to 6...More