Caramoan: Manlawi Sand Bar During Low Tide

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Floating Nipa Hut Fixated On The Sand During Low Tide

This 505-meter stretch of pearl white sand bar during low tide with its turquoise water surrounding it will definitely make you enjoy your stay in Manlawi Island.

The Manlawi sandbar is on the east side of the Lahuy island in Caramoan, Camarines Sur. It is considered as one of the gorgeous sand bars in the Philippines and 6th of the longest sand bar in the country according to Shadow Expeditions.

The best time to visit the island is in the morning to enjoy its chest-level prestine waters and experience the floating huts around (see my blog for Manlawi Island before low tide) while you wait as the waters slowly reveal its stunning sand bar.

If you enjoy lying in the sun and getting a suntan, this Island in Caramoan Peninsula is best for you during low tide. Just be sure that you apply a dose of sunblocker to protect your skin from the scorching heat.

You can also run and walk barefoot during low tide and feel the rippling white sand while reflecting in your life’s journey in Caramoan.

If you want to enjoy the serenity of its beauty, you must visit this place during weekdays so that it will not be crowded. But if you’d like to meet more new friends, weekends and holidays are your options just be sure to be ready of the fully booked accommodations around.

Manlawi Sand Bar Before Low Tide.

May you receive your blessings,

Tintin

P.S.

  1. For easier and hassle free bookings, try contacting Enjoy Ka Dito’s Site at:www.enjoykadito.com and like Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/EnjoyKaDito
  2. Been to Clark? visit also the 4D Theater of Clark Museum.
  3. Check out what’s more in Caramoan at A Cup Of Travel
  4. Be inspired with A Cup Of Quote daily.
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