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SWIMMING_POOL Jaimee's Hotel Resort & Restaurant

Jaimee's Hotel Resort & Restaurant

Hotels
Maasin City, Southern Leyte
With a stay at Jaimee's Hotel Resort & Restaurant in Maasin City, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Agas-Agas Zipline and Maasin Cathedral. This beach hotel is 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from Monte Cueva Shrine and 10.4 mi (16.7 km) from Camp Danao Forest Park.
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COMMON_SPACE GV Hotel Sogod

GV Hotel Sogod

Hotels
Zone V (Pob.), Sogod
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SWIMMING_POOL Caimito Beach Hotel

Caimito Beach Hotel

Hotels
Pasay, Maasin City
Located in Maasin City, Caimito Beach Hotel is by the ocean, within a 15-minute drive of Monte Cueva Shrine and Agas-Agas Zipline. This beach hotel is 4.4 mi (7 km) from Maasin Cathedral and 5.9 mi (9.4 km) from Guinsohotan Cave.
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RESTAURANT Dona Marta Boutique Hotel

Dona Marta Boutique Hotel

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Tahusan, Hinunangan
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SWIMMING_POOL Antonio's Inn and Resort

Antonio's Inn and Resort

Resorts
Sogod, Southern Leyte
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Kuting Reef Resort

Kuting Reef Resort

Resorts
Macrohon, Southern Leyte
When you stay at Kuting Reef Resort in Macrohon, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Busay Falls. This beach resort is 12.4 mi (19.9 km) from Agas-Agas Zipline and 13.6 mi (21.9 km) from Maasin Cathedral.
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Leyte Dive Resort

Leyte Dive Resort

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Malitbog, Southern Leyte
With a stay at Leyte Dive Resort in Malitbog, you'll be on the beach, and 10.2 mi (16.4 km) from Busay Falls and 14.1 mi (22.7 km) from Guinsohotan Cave. This beach hotel is 16.8 mi (27.1 km) from Agas-Agas Zipline and 18.1 mi (29.1 km) from Maasin Cathedral.
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS Southern Leyte Divers

Southern Leyte Divers

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Macrohon, Southern Leyte
With a stay at Southern Leyte Divers in Macrohon, you'll be on the beach and 14 minutes by foot from Busay Falls. This beach hotel is 14.2 mi (22.9 km) from Agas-Agas Zipline and 15.5 mi (24.9 km) from Maasin Cathedral.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Sogod Bay Scuba Resort

Sogod Bay Scuba Resort

Hotels
Padre Burgos, Southern Leyte
When you stay at Sogod Bay Scuba Resort in Padre Burgos, you'll be on the beach and within a 5-minute drive of Busay Falls. This beach hotel is 16.2 mi (26.1 km) from Agas-Agas Zipline and 17.5 mi (28.1 km) from Maasin Cathedral.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Tops Lodging House

Tops Lodging House

Guest Houses
Municipality of San Juan, Southern Leyte
With a stay at Tops Lodging House in San Juan, you'll be 12.7 mi (20.5 km) from Hinunangan Town Hall and 12.8 mi (20.6 km) from Aglipay Church. This guesthouse is 13.4 mi (21.6 km) from Hinunangan Community Hospital and 19.1 mi (30.8 km) from Luman Falls.
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ภาพหลัก Pintuyan Dive Resort

Pintuyan Dive Resort

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Pintuyan, Southern Leyte
With a stay at Pintuyan Dive Resort in Pintuyan, you'll be on the beach, and 21.9 mi (35.3 km) from Mabua Pebble Beach and 23 mi (37 km) from Surigao City Hall. This beach hotel is 23 mi (37 km) from Alingkakajaw Island and 23 mi (37.1 km) from Luneta Park.
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VIEW_ATTRACTIONS DW Pensione

DW Pensione

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Maasin City, Southern Leyte
Located in Maasin City, DW Pensione is a 4-minute drive from Maasin Cathedral and 7 minutes from Monte Cueva Shrine. This pension is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Agas-Agas Zipline and 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Camp Danao Forest Park.
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ภาพหลัก Gmb Arte Hotel

Gmb Arte Hotel

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Sogod, Southern Leyte
With a stay at Gmb Arte Hotel in Sogod, you'll be in a provincial park, and 11 mi (17.8 km) from Agas-Agas Bridge and 22.8 mi (36.7 km) from Guinsohotan Cave. This hotel is 29.7 mi (47.8 km) from Busay Falls and 31 mi (49.8 km) from Agas-Agas Zipline.
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LOBBY Treasure Bay Dive Resort

Treasure Bay Dive Resort

Resorts
Malitbog, Southern Leyte
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING GV Hotel Maasin

GV Hotel Maasin

Hotels
Maasin City, Southern Leyte
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OTHERS Shalom Kitchenette & Pension

Shalom Kitchenette & Pension

Guest Houses
Maasin City, Southern Leyte
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Facts about Southern Leyte

Total Accommodation
16 Properties
Popular City
Maasin City, Sogod
Popular Hotel
Jaimee's Hotel Resort & Restaurant, GV Hotel Sogod
Popular Landmark
Busay Falls, Agas-Agas Bridge

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Most commonly asked questions in Southern Leyte

What are the best areas to visit near Southern Leyte?

If you are in Southern Leyte, you can also visit Sogod, Bontoc, Malitbog, Liloan, San Francisco, Limasawa, Padre Burgos, San Ricardo, Hinunangan, Hinundayan

What are the most recommended regions to be visited beside Southern Leyte?

You can visit and enjoy your staycation in these popular regions such as Batangas, Laguna, Cebu, Bulacan, La Union, Bataan, Cavite, Bohol, Pampanga, Iloilo.

How many hotels are listed in Southern Leyte?

Currently, there are around 16 hotels that you can book in Southern Leyte

About

The laid-back province of Southern offers more than just a perfect diver’s paradise. Know more about why you should schedule your next tropical trip to Southern Leyte.

 

At A Glance

Located in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines is the province of Southern Leyte. It is a region characterized by relatively flat areas in the coastal areas, and rugged peaks towards the interior. The city of Maasin is the province’s capital and center of commerce, culture, and religion. Locals here speak an offshoot of the Visayan language, and share the same strong belief in tradition and superstition as the Roman Catholic faith.

 

How to Go

By plane and boat

You can take any daily flight out of Manila or Cebu to Tacloban. From there, take a bus or a private van going to any point in Southern Leyte, including Maasin City. You can also take a ferry from Cebu to Maasin, Liloan.

By land

If bus travel is comfortable for you, there are at least four companies that offer bus trips from Manila to Maasin: Philtranco, Cedec, Inland Trailways and Ciudad. This is because Southern Leyte forms an integral part of the Philippine inter-island transportation system. Buses from all over the country stop at either one of the six designated bus terminals in Southern Leyte: Maasin, Liloan, Sogod, San Juan, Hinunangan and Silago.

 

Getting Around

The jeepney is your best mode of transport when commuting in downtown areas. For shorter or hard-to-reach locations, you can also hire a tricycle, which is a motorcycle with an attached sidecar, a pedicab, which is a bicycle attached to an open sidecar, or a habal-habal, which is a motorcycle.

You also have the option to travel to another town via an air-conditioned van or bus. Some towns are reachable only via the motorized boat or banca, as they are locally known.

 

Tourist Attractions

Southern Leyte, just like every major coastal region in the country, has been witness to some of the most significant moments in Philippine history. The Leyte Landing Memorial erected at Red Beach marks the spot where American general Douglas McArthur followed through with his promise to help liberate the Philippines under former president Sergio Osmena from the colonial Japan. The sunset and sunrise at this memorial is breathtaking too, so don’t forget to take some dramatic photos.

Head to the Sto. Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum, which was a former rest house of the late dictator and president Ferdinand Marcos. Dedicated to the representation of the infant Jesus Christ, the museum houses religious relics and artifacts.

You haven’t visited Southern Leyte if you haven’t paid San Juanico Bridge a visit.  This bridge is a whooping 2.6 kilometers long and connects Samar to Leyte. You can ask a tricycle driver to drop you at the foot of the bridge and wait for you on the other side.

 
 

Top Things to Do

Take part in town fiestas and cultural events. The “Sinulog sa Malitbog” pays homage to the infant Jesus Christ. Limasawa also commemorates the religious and historical arrival of the Spaniards in the province every 31st of March with an anniversary program and a cultural presentation.

Maasin City celebrates the Pagkamugna Festival and Pabulhon Festival, while Karomata Festival is celebrated in Buenavista Pintuyan. Padre Burgos has its Tangka-tangka Festival, as Macrohon celebrates Manha-on Festival.

Southern Leyte’s waters are famous mostly to international travellers for reef diving and snorkeling. Diving and snorkeling spots are located just outside of Maasin, and all the way around Sogod Bay. Southern Leyte also gets a surge in visitor traffic during the months of October to April, thanks to the number of whale sharks who made the waters of the province their playground. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you can zip line at Agas-Agas Bridge, the tallest bridge in the Philippines.

Domestic tourism is mostly those wishing to enjoy the sandy beaches, hotels and resorts along the coastline. Significant numbers also visit for religious festivals such as

and
Limasawa.

 

Where to Eat

Depending on where you want to go in Southern Leyte, there’s definitely something amazing for your palate here in abundance. Silago, which is the farthest town from the province, is known for the “banagan,” a freshwater lobster. Have it steamed or cooked in Sprite.

“Ampaw” in Pintuyan, Panaon Island, is a rice puff made of sun-dried rice mixed in sugar syrup. Grab one for yourself as a tasty snack, or plenty for take-home.

The “budbud”, which is a delicacy made of sticky rice cooked in coconut milk and then steamed in banana leaves, and “bingka,” a rice cake made with fire on both top and bottom, are must-tries when in the town of Padre Burgos.

 

Nightlife

Maasin City is a pretty laidback city when compared to urbanized metros. As such, nightlife in the city is chilling out with friends over barbecue or local dishes and cheap beer in common eating places to amazing bistros.

When eating barbecue at “Mcdo” or “ma-dukoduko” (a line of street food stalls), it is partnered with a serving of “puso” or hanging rice. Locals go to Esoy’s Grill and Kinamot sa Abgao for these fares.

 

Where to Stay

There are resort hotels and dive resorts where you can book comfortable accommodation and get access to exclusive amenities. Dona Marta Boutique Hotel offers parking and room service, while guests at Jaimee’s Hotel, Resort, and Restaurant can enjoy private parking privileges and billiards. Padre Burgos Castle Resort has an in-house restaurant for guests to dine in without leaving the premises. If you are on a budget, however, there is a variety of B&Bs, inns, and specialty lodgings like homestays and pension houses.

 

Travel Tips

  • If you’re heading out to an island or beach for the day, choose packed lunches that do not easily spoil in warm weather. ask your hotel if there are restaurants and eateries that you can go to for packed lunches.

  • Do bring your bug spray or wear a bug repellent/sticker. Avoid scratching harmless bites unless you want them to turn into wounds.

  • Do not schedule any faraway trips on the day of your departure. You might encounter unexpected delays that could cause you to miss your plane, bus, or ferry.

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