Ogod River Firefly Cruise | Things to do in Donsol-Sorsogon
|Open:||5:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
|Address:||Brgy. Ogod, Donsol, Sorsogon|
|Fee:||Tour Package: Php 1,250 per boat (max 5 persons)|
Dancalan Beach is a crescent-shaped shoreline in the sleepy town of Bulusan, Sorsogon. A public beach easily accessed from the highway, it faces the Pacific Ocean with a very shallow swimming area that goes for several meters before getting really deep. Its pale-colored sand is almost white and talisay trees provide its beachgoers with some shade. There are a few resorts in the area but despite their presence, this spot does not lose any of its simplistic appeal. Campers are welcome to pitch their tents, while those staying just for a few hours can rent day cottages. A minimal fee is also charged to visitors to help with the maintenance.
Malawmawan Island is an underdeveloped, isolated island off the port of Macalaya town. The island features long stretches of beaches, a beautiful but slightly polluted sandbar, and a secluded lagoon. The island was originally open to overnight stays, but it is currently inhabited by a family claiming ownership of the land. With its lack of amenities and existing ownership disputes, guests are advised to visit the island at their own risk.
Quitinday Falls offers a tall drop ideal for cliff jumping. It has an adjacent 100-meter subterranean river which can be navigated aboard a bamboo raft through Naglaus Cave.
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