Sarangani is one of the places in
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Must-Visit Tourist Spots in Sarangani, Philippines
Sarangani welcomes you with its Gumasa Beach– a haven in the south. If you enjoyed the water and sands in Boracay, you will surely love this place as it gives you the same Boracay vibe in the south, but fewer party people. It is one of the beaches in this country that are remained untouched by human developments. To be able to get to this beautiful paradise, General Santos City Airport is the nearest jump-off point.
Tuka Marine Park
Tuka Marine Park is one of the top tourist spots in Sarangani which serves as a marine sanctuary with 4 coves protected by the local government. Among the beaches, Tuka 3 is the only one open for public visit as ordered by the government. It is kept regulated so to preserve its natural beauty. If you are planning to go here, you can only use boats to travel for about 20 minutes because no road will lead you to the park.
Pangi River (White Water Tubing)
Located in the
Lemlunay Dive Resort
Want to experience a world-class diving? Here in Lemlunay Dive Resort, you get an opportunity to learn new diving skills and see the stunning beauty of its diving sites. Since it was opened to the public, professional divers from around the world started to gather in this destination. This spot is not limited to divers, you can still explore the island even if you’re a no pro. Be sure to check out this place in Maasim to experience Sarangani more.
Lamlifew Tribal Village Museum
If you are the kind of person who is fascinated by historical places and things, then
How to get to Sarangani
General Santos City is the gateway to Sarangani Province. Flights from Manila, Cebu and other key cities in the Philippines are availble. You can also fly to Cotabato City or Davao CIty and take a bus from there. The travel time between Davao and General Santos City is only about 3 hours. From General Santos City, you can take a van to explore the rest of Sarangani Province.