Sarangani is a province in the Philippines located in the SOCCSKSARGEN Region. Its capital is Alabel. Sarangani, located at the southern tip of the Philippines, became popular after homegrown boxing champ Manny Pacquiao brought home one world championship title after another.
The following are a few useful and interesting details about this province.
Plug commonly used is Type A but Types B and C are used as well.
Bring A to B adapter(s).
The climate in this province is a typhoon-free province. Its climate belongs to Type IV of the country’s climate classification. This type is characterized by a rainfall that is more or less evenly distributed throughout the year. Heavy rainfall occurs during the months of June to August.
You can visit Sarangani any month of the year.
The most appropriate clothing for this province is casual light clothing: shorts, t-shirt, sandals. Light jacket and pants at night, at higher elevations, and boating.
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CITIES & TOWNS
The Sarangani province is divided into 7 Municipalities:
POINTS OF INTEREST
The following is a list of points of interest relating to the Sarangani province:
- Baliton Beach
- Bugasan Falls
- Gumasa Beach
- IML Eco Park
- Kalon Barak Skyline Ridge
- Kapatan Beach
- Kiamba Baywalk
- Lamlifew Tribal Museum
- Pawikan Sanctuary
- Sapu Beach
- Sellona Beach
- Soar High Sarangani
- Tango Beach
- Tinoto Reef
- White Water River Tubing Ecopark
If you plan to visit the Province of Sarangani, you can use the following sites to determine the best places to stay:
The following is a list of festivals celebrated in Sarangani throughout the year:
The following are the most frequently asked questions about the Sarangani province.
Where in the Philippines is Sarangani located?
Sarangani is located on Central Mindanao.
Is Sarangani a city or province?
Sarangani is a province.
What is the Capital of Sarangani?
The capital of Sarangani is Alabel.
What is Sarangani famous or known for?
Sarangani is famous or known for Sarangani Bay and Manny Pacquiao.
How do I get to Sarangani?
There are several ways to get to Sarangani, the most common being from Manila:
- Plane to Gen. Santos | 2 hours | $54-$200 + Taxi to Alabel | 30 minutes | $4-$7
- Car ferry to Cagayan de Oro | 34 hours | $16-$34 + Bus to Gen. Santos | 8 hours | $9-$14 + Taxi to Alabel | 30 minutes | $4-$7
- You can fly to an alternate airport, however you will have to transfer to several vehicles before getting to Sarangani.
How many islands are in Sarangani?
There are NO islands in Sarangani province.
How Safe is Traveling in Sarangani?
Sarangani may be safe for locals but not really for tourists due to violent clashes between the government and rebel groups.
Is the climate in Sarangani the same as the rest of the Philippines?
The Sarangani province is considered tropical with significant rainfall throughout the year.
To learn more about the various climate types in the Philippines, and for a Climate Map, click the link below …
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