Tourist Spots in Surigao del Norte

Sohoton Cove, Bucas Grande Island
This enchanting cave is half- submerged in water most of the time and is accessible only during low tides, inside is a lagoon with countless islets and crystal waters that sparkle with the bright reflection of the sea.
 One can also experience a rare opportunity to swim and float with thousands of non-stinging jelly fish inside the lagoon.





Lumondo Waterfalls and Eco-Park
This natural park nestled at Brgy. Budlingin, Municipality of Alegria is just 2 kilometers from the Poblacion. One will be awed by the huge volume of water cascading into a 45 meter granite precipice a majestic panorama which can be viewed from a misty mountain trail.






Cuyapnit Cave, Gigaquit
Visitors will be treated to an exciting boat ride by shooting the rapids of Baoy River a 2.5 kilometer cruise leading towards Cuyapnit Cave.
Numerous formations of stalactites, stalagmites, Columns, draperies and flowstones are found inside the cave, Unique features of a giant circular ceiling hole, a crystal floor, a column in the making and chocolate- colored mud floors makes the cave more interesting.



Magpupungko Rock Formation, Pilar
A most refreshing natural lagoon, sorrounded by limestone and granite sculptures facing the Pacific Ocean, Its pockmarked limestone floor reveal pools of assorted shapes and sizes resembling basins, barrels, tubs and ponds during low tides.






Lake Mainit
This pear shaped lake is the fourth largest in the country with 17,340 hectares of clear freshwater. Its shore is home to the Municipalities of Mainit and Alegria while the rest of the border covers that of neigh boring Municipalities of San Roque and Jabonga, Agusan del Norte.






Guyam, Daku & Naked Islets, Gen. Luna
Islets with Powdery white sand, palm – fringed beaches and well preserved marine flora and fauna, a complete hideway  in this part of the Pacific.







FOR MORE INFORMATION, Please contact:
MR. ARTURO M. CRUJE, Provincial Tourism Officer
Tel. No. (086) 231-9271


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