Marina Bay Area of Misibis Bay Resort in Cagraray Island

Entertaining, adventure-filled, and action-packed are not usually words used to describe a stay at a luxury resort–however, at Misibis Bay Resort in Bicol, guests or tourist can expect their trip to be all these, as well as comfortable and pampering.

Marina Bay Area of Misibis Bay Resort in Cagraray Island

Dubbed as a luxury island, Misibis Bay resort is tucked away in the tranquil island of Cagraray Island, surrounded by the pristine and clear waters, which guests would truly dream of staying, and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Marina Bay Area of Misibis Bay Resort in Cagraray Island

Misibis Bay Resort offers world class facilities for recreational activities and relaxation such as their spa, fitness center, activity center, and their 2 pools – the infinity pool overlooking the beach and the exquisite lagoon pool.

Marina Bay Area of Misibis Bay Resort in Cagraray Island

For recreational activities, there are eco park tour, beach club, cave/waterfalls exploration and marina dive center. Motorized activities include ATV, Jetski, Wakeboarding, and Waterski. For non-motorized activities, there’s windsurfing, stand-up paddle, kayaking, snorkelling, and hobie-cat sailing.

On the way to the resort, visitors can stop to appreciate panoramic views of islets with Mayon volcano as a backdrop; Sula Channel, which used to provide sanctuary galleons during typhoons when the country was still under Spanish rule; and Albay Gulf and the rolling mountains.

Marina Bay Area of Misibis Bay Resort in Cagraray Island

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From the resort, one can walk head to caves which houses limestone formations. Pototan Cave in neighboring Batan Island can be reached by boat.

Just 20 minutes from the resort is Pighologan Cave. After a half-hour boat ride through the underground riven, tourists can visit the monkey sanctuary in Manaet Islet.

To travel going to Misibis Bay Resort, take a 50-minute flight to Legazpi, then followed by a 50-minute road ride, or 30-minutes by a fast watercraft.