Is there more to Bicol than it’s famous Mount Mayon, and deliciously spicy, coconut-milk-based dishes? The answer can be found an hour away from Legazpi -- the enchanting Misibis Bay.
From the shore, tourists are welcomed to Misibis Bay by its seemingly endless waters — this private resort already faces the Pacific ocean so the waves and winds here are anything but predictable. At Misibis Bay, guests have a number of options, including taking a plunge in their infinity pools, or going outside to enjoy the fresh sea breeze while admiring the scenic view of green mountains, cerulean ocean, and powdery white sand. At Misibis Bay, tourists can truly relax and unwind — whether you are an adventure buff who loves to explore or an introvert who finds relaxation in cozy, beautiful rooms that offer stunning vistas of the sea.
Misibis Bay is located at Cagraray Island, Albay.
Opening Days and Hours
The resort is open 24 hours, daily.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Three-day Misibis Bay packages that include accommodation, meals, and other activities within the island cost from PhP 33,000 to PhP 35,000 (USD 670 to USD 700). For those planning to DIY, Misibis Bay offers day tours for PhP 1600 (USD 32).
How to Get There
- Fly from Manila to Albay via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.
- Board a van or bus to Misibis Bay.
- Board a barge, also known as RORO.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
Time to Spend
You can spend a day or a total of three days in this attraction.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Misibis Bay is between January and March. Weather around this time is generally sunny. Rainstorms during this period are also rare.
- ATV adventures
In-house restaurants and food establishments are available in the area.
- Mount Mayon
- Daraga Church
- Sumlang Lake
- Albay Park and Wildlife
Misibis Bay has villas where visitors can stay.