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February 09, 2011

World's Best Sandbox 2011 by Butch J. Jimenez

February 09, 2011

World's Best Sandbox 2011 by Butch J. Jimenez

World's Best Sandbox

My friend Butch Jimenez has a simple advocacy: "To trumpet to the world that the Philippines is the World's BEST Sandbox!" He gives away  FREE desk calendar showcasing the best beaches in the Philippines. He does not ask for payment in any shape or form - there's no catch. 

This year, Butch is partnering with Our Awesome Planet to share the World's Best Sandbox 2011 Calendars to all Our Awesome Planet readers and friends :)  All the photos are taken by Butch J. Jimenez.

Here are snapshots of the calendar:


Boracay is the best example of having "the best of both worlds" -- a paradise of pristine beaches, powder-white sand and exotic marine life; coupled with lush resorts, various establishments and exciting nightlife. It's no wonder then that Boracay has taken its place as one of the world's best beaches. 


Amanpulo, also known as the "peaceful island" is an idyllic, tropical haven that is popular with international celebrities. The marvelous private island boasts of its velvet white sand and crystal waters. 


Davao. Deep in the south of the Philippine archipelago is Samal - a paradise made up of 9 islands spanning over 28,000 hectares of white sand beaches, abundant marine life, exotic flora and fauna, and the most tranquil environment one can experience. 

Honda Bay

Honda Bay is a group of small islands cradled on the eastern shor of Palawan. Its white sand beaches and clear waters invite tourists to visit the many islands for snorkeling, diving and sight-seeing. Some of the well-known islands include pandan island, known for its pristine waters, Snake island, a 2 kilometer sandbar and Starfish island, known for its fine white sand and beaches water teeming with starfish. 

El Nido

El Nido. Referred to as the Philippines' Last Frontier, El Nido is one of the top tourist destinations in Palawan. Its majestic marble cliffs, enchanting lagoons, white sandy beaches and lush jungles make it one of the most diverse ecosystems in the country. 


Balicasag. Located off Panglao Island in Bohol, is a small circular island called Balicasag. The island's crystal blue water is the perfect backdrop for a vast variety of fish and colorful corals. Balicasag's rich marine life draws many tourists and divers, both foreign and local. 

Dos Palmas

Dos Palmas. Northeast from Puerto Princesa and cradled in the tropical waters of Honda Bay lies Dos Palmas -- a quiet hideaway amidst pristine natural surroundings. Soft sands by the shore are a welcome delight, while beautiful reefs and a sea turtle living near the shor await divers and snorkelers. 

Apo Island

Apo Island is a volcanic island that is one of the world's best-known marine sanctuaries. It has become a destination with tourists. Apo Island is home to over 650 documented species of fish and are estimated to have over 400 species of corals!

Beach Kids

Beach Kids. In any of the beaches you go to from the north of the Philippines all the way to the south, one thing is consistent -- the friendly smiles of children that have made the beach their home. 

World's Best Sandbox Collection

To get your FREE desktop calendar copy of the World's Best Sandbox 2011, just email butchgjimenez@yahoo.com.

1. Only one calendar per person. 
2. For International requests, you can have it sent through family relatives who can pick it up from Butch's PLDT office or it can be mailed too. 
3. For foreigners with no access to Manila, Butch will ship it via snail mail. 

What a great advocacy! 

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