Balot Island is located in Kalamansig in Sultan Kudarat Province. Balot Island, also known as Donauang Island and Balut Island, is a sparsely inhabited island facing the Celebes Sea. The island boasts of fresh sea breeze, calm turquoise waters, pristine white sand beaches, satisfying every real beach lover’s dream. Balot is one of the six islets in Barangay Paril in Kalamansig and is part of the Paril-Sangay Marine Protected Area. To get to Balut Island, hire the daily boat from Kalamansig for P40 to Barangay Paril. The one-hour boat ride from the poblacion to Balut Island offers a breathtaking view of the coastal villages of the town where rock formations and cliffs abound with greeneries. The town is about four hours away from Cotabato City, the closest urban center. Continue reading
The Kalamansig Municipal Plaza is located in Kalamansig, Mindanao. What one can best possibly boast for and be proud of is the breathtaking beauty of the Kalamsnig Municipal Plaza fronting the very colourful image of the Municipal Hall Building. Trees of various varieties grow around the whole of the plaza and the municipal hall with hundreds of verdant Cypress trees so planted and fantastically growing within the plaza serving as shade for those who wish to relax at the plaza during the day and a sight at night with sprouting waters from a fountain so constructed right in the heart of the plaza. Across the street from the plaza is a mini forest with growing sky high trees of different variety. The Kalamansig Municipal Hall is surrounded by awesomely painted concrete fence with iron grills and is vividly viewed Continue reading
For beach bums looking for an idyllic retreat to unwind, Santiak beach is the place to go. This privately owned resort is open to accommodate tourists who want to enjoy the beach all to themselves. Its just a 10-minute boat ride from the wharf. The fine white sand of Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat, clear blue water and the lush backdrop beginning to gain reputation as a perfect setting for prenuptial photo sessions among the locals and couples from the nearby towns. You can chose to rent a boat to explore the other white sand beach near the area or you can just enjoy the cold breeze by the shore with a fresh buko juice picked just for you.
Situated at Barangay Limulan, Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat is a magnificent water falls so named after the barangay itself. Some water from nearby creeks and streams flow and circulate here creating a wonderful site of falling waters. An adventurer who came over to this falls has her to say: “For nature-lovers, this is one spot you never want to miss visiting when you are in Kalamansig. The trail on the way to the falls is already a leisure worth recounting. It’s a 10-minute drive from the town proper and another 20-minute trek full of adventure. You will have to cross Limulan river on foot adding thrill to your hiking experience. If hiking is not your style, horseback riding might just sound interesting, as local folks of the place offer a ride to the falls for your comfort. The refreshing view of Limulan falls bids a Continue reading
One tourist attraction that Kalamansig naturally has is its Tayandak White Beach at Barangay Dumangas Nuevo, comparable and even more alluring than the presently well-admired. Its fresh, cool air makes one relaxed and with the clear blue waters one could satisfy himself on the lovely sight of colorful starfishes and corals of different shapes while having swimming and joy riding on boat. White, fine sand is so smooth to the touch that one can really enjoy nature’s beauty. Have a dip at its blue waters. To get there, take a motorized cab and in about 20 min. and on foot for another 20 min. uphill you can reach the place.