Nature trips and forest bathing remains to be one of the most de-stressing and therapeutic activities up to this day. Sanama Beach Resort embodies the purity of nature that we all look for with its pristine white sands and turquoise waters.
The most notable feature upon arriving at the resort are the lovely vistas surrounding the resort – unobstructed ocean views of the sea and sky and a charming resort with fine white sands. The loveliest thing about Sanama Beach Resort is the copious amount of nature present in the island but they are not just any simple “natural views” because it contains an element of everything that the Philippines has to offer; namely, lovely sand beaches, stunning seaside views, and various lush, green plants.
At the coast of Sanama Beach Resort is a tropical spot lined with palm trees and a background filled with the various species of plants thriving in the island of Leyte. The fine, white sands serve as a charming spot for barkadas to watch sunsets together and immerse in the calming waves of the ocean.
For those who don’t find having sand in their feet comfortable, the beach has a grassy patch where everyone can sit and gather a la camping style. On top of the green patches are rustic and comfortable cottages with ample space and a great view of the ocean. It also has enough space for a lively salo-salo.
At the background of all these activities are the verdant backdrops of Leyte which flaunts how blessed the island is. The lush backgrounds are perfect for unfiltered photographs and snapshots to immortalize the time spent in Sanama Beach Resort.
RATES & OTHER INFORMATION
- Entrance fee: P5 per head
- Cottage Rates: P500 per day
- Tables: P100 per day
NOTE: They have no rooms but they allow tents for overnight if they are contacted prior.
- Corkage fee: None
- Contact numbers: 0965-238-7555
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact location: Brgy. Napantao, San Francisco, Southern Leyte, Visayas
Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Napantao, Southern Leyte”. From there, ask the locals for the directions going to Sanama Beach.