The Philippines has many more to offer!
In Northern Mindanao hides Dinagat Islands, the second-youngest province in the Philippines. Its vast beauty is sure to captivate anyone who sets an eye to it.
About an hour away from Surigao City, Dinagat Islands offers attractions worthy of your time especially if you love to bask in the glory of nature.
Here are some of the must-see spots in the islands:
- Bonzai Forest in the town of Loreto is composed of century-old miniature-like trees covering the troop of mountains. It is one for a rare adventure!
- Bat Sanctuary at the town of Tubajon will offer you a memorable experience with, of course, bats in all sizes.
- White sand beaches at the coastlines of Cagdianao and the town of Dinagat are superb alternatives of Boracay beaches that are now closed to tourists.
- Rock formations similar to the ones in Palawan are also towering majestically in the Islands.
Still craving for more? Here’s a teaser produced by Claire Delfin Media, together with the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office of Dinagat Islands:
Of course, we already learned our hard lessons from Boracay. Let’s not forget that along with discovering, we should also be preserving it. Our breath-taking destinations should not be made to suffer because of our unconsciousness.
So, hop on now and explore the wonders of Dinagat!