Sinapdan Island, Leyte

Sinapdan Island Leyte : A small island between the mountains and sea.

 Sinapdan is one of the islets near San Juanico bridge. It’s about a 10 minute pump-boat  ride from the port of Tacloban City.  This island is a destination of fun, bonding and leisure time with family and friends.

Everyone has a place where they go to escape all the pressures and worries of life. There is always that one spot that can soothe all your problems and troubles in times of stress. For me, The beach is the ultimate cure to all of my problems. While I am there, all of my obligations are suddenly erased.

I was so lucky to see a Sailfin Water Lizard, or locally knows as ibid  one of the 165 endemic species in the Philippines included in the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s ‘Red List’ of endangered species.

 It only proves that having thousands of islands in the Philippines also meant that our wild-life and marine-life are among the most diverse in the world

 This Island has its own unique feeling. I love it ^_^


33 thoughts on “Sinapdan Island, Leyte

  1. hi robi, nice to know that you are waray. one of my guy best friends is also waray. want to visit leyte soon and your post is inspiring me to start planning 🙂

  2. Your photography is amazing, and for me educational. My parents are filipino and I’ve been there once, briefly, so I barely know your beautiful country. Thank you for showing me how stunning the Phillipines is.

  3. Thanks for all the nice comments about Sinapdan Island. For further details you may also visit our FB page. Search for Sinapdan Island Picnic Grounds in FB..:)) thanks a lot to Robi Jiz..

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