Sunflower Farm (Milestone Farmville) | Things to do in San Andres-Romblon
|Open:||7am - 6pm|
|Address:||Brgy. Doña Trinidad, San Andres, Romblon|
Hidden inside the dense forest, the Pag-alad caves are the hidden limestone caves and undiscovered treasures of San Andres. They are interconnected caves with three entrances. The caves have small openings that leads to large and multiple chambers that are home to the bats and stalactites and stalagmites. The caves used to be a place where Catholic masses are being held during the Spanish era and also served as a hiding place for villagers during the Japanese invasion.
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.
Mablaran Falls is probably the favorite summer destination of people in Tablas Island. Entering the Mablaran Falls, there is a huge pool that was built to hold the freezing water just like a reservoir. The water comes naturally from the mountains in the Calsanag area. Beneath the 15 feet waterfall, the river runs 4 to 5 yards deep and there are shallow areas embedded with smooth rocks. The rocks surrounding the river are low enough and some locals are using them as diving platforms. The local government also added cottages and tables for picnics of families and friends.
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Turtle Cove Island Resort Marine & Turtle Sanctuary, is one only of a very few places in the Philippines, where others as well as ourselves, are trying to preserve & protect the few remaining Coral Reefs, & Marine Life, Reef Fish, Sea Turtles, Rare Fan Back Lizards, Crab Eating Monkeys, etc, for our children & generations to come.
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