Destination: Muncipalities of Placer and Bacuag of Surigao del Norte, and Municipality of Kitcharao in Agusan del Norte
With the same route taken during the first series of the road trip, we once again traversed southward the
First stop: Anislagan Dam and Amoslog Beach in the
Hailed as Buyawanong Placer (Golden Placer) attributed to its rich deposits of gold, the municipality does not only earthen this precious metals but also showcases the potential getaways.One is the Anislagan Dam in Barangay Anislagan, some 4 kilometers of rough road ride from Bad-as. This is also where the National Transportation Commission plant is located.
The dam is supplied with water that flows from the mountains channeled through the river. My companions told me the dam was once alive with frequent picnic goers that pilgrims the place to cool off. But now I didn’t know what happened but it seems deserted. The cottages installed around it were gone. Anyhow, there were still a group of kids having fun in the waters so its not yet too late to bring its life back.From Anislagan, on our way to the next destination, the
It is a gray fine-sanded beach that commenced from the rocky seashore and extends to
If the north stretch of the beach is visible from the highway, the remaining part of the beach is hidden in nipa plantations. This nipa palms provide the privacy needed by the beach goers while having their bonding in the installed cottages. The tranquil water is just right for swimming with a view of the nearby chain of islands. In my existence, it was my first time to learn that this place exists.
Second stop: Tranquility Beach of the
This tranquil beach has the distinct fine brown sand that is comparable to a brown sugar. It is a more than a kilometer spill of seashore facing the pacific seas festooned with limestone islets that makes the sights more stunning.On its flipside is another bosom of seashore that holds a splendid sight. If I were to name the beach, I would call it
Third stop: Kitcharao Mountain View, the
Kitcharao is the first