Saranganiís idyllic coastline of prime white beaches, quiet coves
and pristine waters is ideal for beach resorts, diving, and sports
Exploring the clear waters of Sarangani Bay (area: 75,000 has.),
which was declared as a protected area, brings you to the sanctuary of
endangered marine life.
Sarangani Bayís biodiversity is twice richer than Carigara Bay in
Northern Leyte, Sogod Bay in Southern Leyte, Bais Bay in Negros and
Illana Bay in Northwestern Mindanao.
Adding to these natural wealth are untouched and exotic waterfalls,
caves, hinterland lakes, jungle-covered peaks and mangrove forests.
Saranganiís cultural opulence is enhanced by Blaan, Tboli, and
Muslim artisans who have preserved their craftsmanship.