Top 10 Tourist Spots in Romblon

9. Cantingas River

Cantingas River

Photo courtesy of Ian Familara

Cantingas River is one of the main tourist spots in Romblon which is recognized as one of the cleanest rivers in the Philippines. The river has a clean and refreshing waters where-in visitors can enjoy the wide natural pool. It is a favorite hang-out destination for tourists and locals to quench the thirst of swimming in a freshwater pool. For thriller seekers, built on one side of the river is a concrete diving platforms on different high levels enough to pump some adrenaline rush. Cantingas River also supplies high percentage of electricity of the island though hydro-electric power plant built near the area.

Location: Barangay Taclob, San Fernando, Sibuyan Island, Romblon.

Accommodation: Cantigas River Resort

 

10. Dagubdub Falls

Dagubdub Falls

Photo courtesy of Sheena Estipona

Dagubdub Falls is an interesting destination in Romblon composed of 4 waterfalls on different levels with crystal clear freshwater plunge pool alluring for swimming and cliff diving. The falls are just few steps away from the other worth exploring being surrounded by or in between huge boulders. Though most people like swimming in 3rd level and cliff jumping on 2nd and 4th level. Going to the falls is a considerable adventure following a trail leading to the falls with a beautiful view of Mount Guiting-Guiting passing through an easy terrain, a small clear river and a bridge. A local guide is recommended.

Location: San Fernando, Sibuyan Island, Romblon.

Accommodation: Check Resorts and Hotels in Sibuyan Island

 

Where to Stay in Romblon

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