Lanot Soda Spring | Things to do in Basud-Camarines Norte
|Address:||Brgy. Lanot, Basud, Camarines Norte|
Site of the first battle between Filipino guerillas led by Wenceslao Vinzons and Japanese soldiers during World War 2.
A protected area which was declared as a national park covering 4,225 hectares in 1934, later extended to its present area of 5,201 hectares, and was reclassified as a natural park in 2000. The park covers more than 30 percent of the country’s remaining total lowland rainforest area and is the habitat of rare hardwood and wildlife species, as documented by the National Museum. Its centerpiece is the 300-year old red lawaan dubbed as Bicol’s Mother Tree.
A clean gray beach facing San Miguel Bay with clear water suitable for swimming and outings. Its scenic and peaceful ambience provide excursionists and tourist a nice place for relaxation.
Where to stay
One Platinum Hotel is located in the central business district of Daet, a first class municipality and capital of the province of Camarines Norte, Philippines. It is walking distance to numerous banks, cafes, restaurants, and landmarks including the first Rizal Monument, Camarines Norte Provincial Capitol, Camarines Norte Provincial Library, and St. John the Baptist Church and is adjacent to Daet River. Famous surrounding tourist spots include Bagasbas Beach, Calaguas Island, Parola Island (Pink Beach), Pulang-Daga Beach, and Siete Pecados (also known as the Mercedes group of islands consisting of Caringo Island, Canimog Island, Apuao Grande, Apuao Pequeña, Canton Island, Quinapaguian Island, and Malasugui Island).
Calaguas Gateway Hotel rooms truly make for a comfortable stay, without keeping one totally away from it all. All accommodations have: Wi-Fi Internet connection, Cable TV, hot and cold shower, two (2) complimentary bottled water are provided in the room per day, two (2) complimentary breakfast per day, coffee, and refrigerator.
Getting there and around
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