Zamboanga Sibugay has given courtesy to travelers because of its rich and unpolluted waters. Sibuguey Bay, found in the southwestern part of Mindanao, is a seaside indentation between two capes or peninsulas, bigger than a cove but smaller than a bay.
The bay has perfect spots for doing some water activities and it serves as a friendly home for schools of fish. Bounding the Zamboanga Sibugay’s southern peripheries, this subaquatic must-see is blessed with plentiful coral structures that gather naturally as fish sanctuaries. Sibuguey Bay is one of the main or major bays in Zamboanga Sibugay.
Sibuguey Bay is along Siay, Kabasalan, Naga, and Ipil. Sibuguey Bay is at the Moro Gulf, lying at the south of Zamboanga Sibugay, which is a province located in the Zamboanga Peninsula Region in Mindanao.