Gabawan Vista Point | Things to do in Odiongan-Romblon
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Follow the signs out of town to Bagulayag and enjoy strolling along the path through the mangroves, passing fishmen's homes. At the end of the path is Bagulayag Rock. The best time to visit is during December, when the butanding (whale shark) are migrating. Adding to the rugged charm of the place is the abandoned coastal road project, which has unfinished concrete walls.
Find your way out of town to Brgy. Canduyong and a short walk through the mangroves will bring you to the rock formations of Bagulayag. Look carefully where you are walking and you will see the remnants of bullet shells from World War 2 embedded in the rock. Just off the coast is a rock formation that locals use for cliff jumping and diving. Why not try it yourself. There are also plans to develop watersports activities in the area.
Sapatos Point derived its name from “Sapatos” that means shoe for the rock formation looks like one. Best seen when it is low tide, the rock formation shows its true form. The heel of the rock forms a cave one can pass through. During high tide, the heels are submerged in water that can be accessible through a kayak. There is an old lighthouse near the rock formation that offers a bird’s eye view of the shore and the beach and the vegetation around it.
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