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The Untainted Beauty of Sohoton National Park

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There is a paradise that travellers are very enthusiastic about for its mystical beauty: the Sohoton National Park at the Bucas Grande Islands, which lies south of the surfing spot in Siargao Islands.


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A woman is surrounded by stingless jellyfish while swimming in a lagoon at the Sohoton National Park.
Photo Credit: Jay Jallorina,


A lot of people who have been there, were mesmerized by its beauty. This beautiful piece of heaven at the province of Surigao del Norte, is composed of islets, an underground cave, lagoons and lush green forests. The fishes swim freely in crystal clear water; caves bear stalactites and stalagmites formations. Also, every bit of the park is stunning and picturesque.



Sohoton Lagoon
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However, the only way to get into the park is by riding a boat passing through an underground river, so it is only accessible during low tide.


It is said that a trip to the Sohoton National Park is thrilling and action-packed as it offers remarkable adventure.


How to get there:

Travel via Plane

Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and AirPhil Express offer flights from Manila to Surigao City Airport daily.

Once in Surigao City, go to the port then hire a motorized boat going to Socorro. From Socorro, you can ride a boat  going to Bucas Grande.

You can also hire a van in Surigao City that heads straight to Hayanggabon Port in Claver, Surigao del Norte; then ride a boat going to Bucas Grande.


Where to stay:

Club Tara Resort

Bucas Grande Island, Socorro,

Surigao del Norte,

847 00 Mindanao, Philippines

Contact number: +63 9175225500

Hidden Island Resort

Brgy, Doña Helene, Socorro,

Surigao Del Norte, Philippines

Contact number: +63 9173282448




Kindly contributed by Anna Stiva





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