Calbayog Sights and Landmarks Guide, Philippines
You are likely to say 24 hours isn’t enough to seize the beauty that Calbayog has. With its richness in natural tourist attractions, your trip to the capital of Samar will be as lovely and lively as you expect it to be.
If you are a great environmentalist, you’ll be speechless to gaze at Calbayog’s six popular falls: Lologayan, Ton-ok, Blanca Aurora, Pan-as, Bangon-Bugtong and Tabokno Falls. Lologayan Falls in San Joaquin has gigantic altars of craggy rocks where ribbon-shaped water flows as if combing the hair of a celebrated woman. Ton-ok Falls is known for its picturesque cascade concealed in a fertile plant life. Blanca Aurora in San Jorge is mostly flocked by locals and tourists for swimming. Pan-as Falls in Oquendo District isn’t just magnificent but also helpful as it is principal resource of water for households. Bangon-Bugton Falls is famed to be spectacular and worthy of your visit. It has a rounded pond for diving and swimming. Another most wanted picnic avenue for families is the Tabokno Falls.
For caving and spelunking adventure, you can trek down Danao Cave. It is structured with seven hollows settled by bats as proven by fine sediments of guano. Another cave you might want to explore is Guinogo-an Cave. Its huge entry takes you to an ecological tunnel that has jagged ceiling. Tinago-an Cave is known for being a spot for hiding. You can also hop to Bolongto Cave for more adventure.
Calapan is also blessed with beautiful bodies of water. Mapaso Hot Spring is just one. Aside from it, there’s Naga Beach that gives you a charming sight of Samar Island. Along the Maharlika Street is Bagacay Beach that boasts a coastline that has unpacked gemstones and coco trees. Malajog Beach is also another jewel of Calapan. It will take you to an out-of-this-world sight of sunset at the back of islands close by. This is made popular by film celebrities, diplomats and bigwigs who have visited it. Another must-see natural attraction is the Binaliw Isle which is ideal for diving. Down deep are sea corals, sea shells, white stones, and water-bearing rocks. Some decorative kinds of sea species can also be discovered as you dive down deeper. You will need your diving gears for this kind of adventure at Binilaw Isle.
Exploring all these nature’s beauties will make you come to Calbayog. The beaches, caves, islets, falls and springs are all irresistible. You don’t want to miss real fun in the middle of nature, do you?
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