Surf Lanuza

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  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> LANUZA SURFING GROUNDS</b> <br/>Within the town proper, specifically located at Doot Poktoy, Zone 1 Lanuza and also in Punta and Sitio Badiang, the Lanuza surfing grounds definitely posses world class waves comparable to that of Cloud 9 in Siargao…These beach and reef breaks become famous among tourists particularly surfers for its eye-catching and roaring waves… a must see spot for all surfers both local and foreign who are enjoined to compete in the Lanuza Surfing Festival held during the highest eve of tide usually in the third week of November.
    LANUZA SURFING GROUNDS
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> CENTURY OLD ANCESTRAL HOUSE</b> <br/>Herrera’s ancestral house is awe-inspiring and magnificent in its grandeur. Built on May 28, 1898 for business purposes, this 124 - year old “White House, situated at the heart of the town just a block away from the Prospero B. Pichay Sr. Boulevard, now showcases varied antiques and relics, and serves as a museum of the Municipality. This is currently managed by the heirs of the late Don Gabriel Uriarte Herrera, the first mayor of Cantilan, who owned this historical house.
    CENTURY OLD ANCESTRAL HOUSE
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> CAMPAMENTO CAVE PARK</b> <br/>A dream of an enchanting and exciting adventure is located at Sitio Silop, Barangay Gamtuon, 5 kilometers away from the Poblacion proper, full of exciting, mysterious and bewildering array of stalactites and stalagmites. It is a home of various wild lives like bats, snakes and the famous swiblets bird locally known as “Sajaw” bird whose nests are used for soup and fertilizer. Stalactite Pilars, rock formations and arched ground are outstanding features of the park. Camp “Mento” ( Camp Bell), the original version of the cave’s name, was formerly a Japanese refuge are during the Japanese-American war in 1942
    CAMPAMENTO CAVE PARK
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> MAGKA WAS FALLS & GREEN PARADISE</b> <br/>A 55 hectare full of lush forest with fascinating endemic species of flora and fauna is still a site to be hold. Magkawas Falls and Green Paradise, sited at Sitio Cagmino, Barangay Sibahay offers another exciting recreational activity, as tourists take pleasure in a 430-meter hike from the National Highway to reach the enthralling 18-meter falls symmetrically surrounded with luxuriant green environment flaunting the fragrance of the forest trees of different kinds and species.
    MAGKA WAS FALLS & GREEN PARADISE
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> SILOP COOL SPRING</b> <br/>Alongside, radiates a cool Spring that comes from the bottom ground of the cave which a considerably an additional unique selling point of this tourist destination. Ideal also for bird watching where one can find species of birds.
    SILOP COOL SPRING
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> HABAG BEACHES</b> <br/>A ten-minute ride from the town proper, Habag beach resorts a 1km sandy beaches tenders a nice, quite spot for picnicking, swimming and boating. The water is shallow and has pool-like areas during low tide ideally for convenient for children. This is composed of various privately owned resorts open for business.
    HABAG BEACHES
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> BAKNALON FALLS</b> <br/>
    BAKNALON FALLS
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> IBUAN SOOTON CANYON CAVE</b> <br/>
    IBUAN SOOTON CANYON CAVE
  • <b class="font-bara"><i class="bi bi-geo-fill h4"></i> DAHUNOG WATER CAVE</b> <br/>
    DAHUNOG WATER CAVE

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