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the beach is lined with palm trees and colorful surfboards in front of blue water
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
BEYOND HISTORY BOOKS. Limasawa is a paradise with blues and whites stretching into the horizon. Photo by Ephraim Arriesgado
the water is so clear that people can swim in it
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
BLUE, GRAY, AND GREEN. Marabut is a quiet white beach at off-the-beaten Samar. Photo by Mervz Marasigan
a boat that is floating in the water near some sand and blue water with clouds
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
PURE WHITE. Sumilon’s sandbar is a beach bumming paradise. Photo by Chyng Reyes
three different views of a beach with footprints in the sand and palm trees on the shore
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
UNSPOILED BORACAY. Aside from being isolated, Sibato Island has sugar-white and powdery fine sand. Photo by Marcos Caratao
an island in the middle of some water with trees on top and sand below it
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
CLEAR AS A MIRROR. Olotayan’s waters reflect the island’s greenery. Photo by Rhea Claire Madarang
a sandy beach with houses and trees in the background
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
WHITE ISLAND. Antonia Beach has a quiet stretch of sand and a laidback community. Photo by Kat Torres
a boat is on the beach next to an island
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
WORTH THE CLIMB. Cabugao Gamay Island viewed from a cliff is a favorite shot of travelers. Photo by Kat Torres
the ocean is clear and blue with green trees on both sides in front of it
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
SEA, SEA, AND MORE SEA. The view from Guisi’s lighthouse. Photo by Rhea Claire Madarang
a house on top of a hill next to the ocean with palm trees around it
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
SECLUDED SPOT. Guisi is one of the most charmingly isolated beaches in Guimaras. Photo by Kenneth Lagaña
an orange and white clownfish hiding in the coral
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
FINDING NEMO. A colorful marine sanctuary makes Kagusuan even more of a winner. Photo by Eileen Campos
a sandy beach next to the ocean under a blue sky with some trees on it
Unspoiled white beaches: Visayas
SECRET BEACH. Kagusuan Beach’s out-of-the-way location is part of its charm. Photo by Eileen Campos
a cave filled with lots of rocks and water
To get to the cave, you have to trek over limestone mountain paths and along riverbeds through the thick jungle of Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng national park. Some tour companies offer overnight camps within the cave that will give an unequaled view of the different lights with Hang En. Its situated close by by the Hang Soon Doong, the largest cave in the world, recently discovered in 2009 by British cavers led by Howard Limbert.
a group of people standing in the middle of a cave
Hang En was carved from the limestone of the Annamite Mountains 3 million years ago by the Rao Thuong River, which each rainy season still swells to make the cave a little larger every year. To get some perspective on how large this cave is, it is as high as the London Eye and as wide as one-and-a-half football fields and even has its own climate as well as a river and jungle.
the beach is clean and clear for people to enjoy in it's own area
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palm trees on the beach with clear blue water
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