Derived its name from its host barangay, Zaragoza is a good 30 minutes boat ride from the city of Surigao where the sights of the blue ocean and the greeneries of mountains entertain the voyagers.
One of the best spot that offers a nice sight is the Lisondra Rock Formations being passed by along the way. It appears like a lined up dead rocks blackened by the heat of the sun and carved by the waves of the ocean. It appearing black attracts attention from the passersby.
Lisondra Rock Formation is situated in Barangay Lisondra, also part of Surigao City's geopolitical domain.
Docking at the barangay's wharf, one can see a preview of the park from there as greenery footed with limestone rock formations.
Being away from the mainland, most of the households in the barangay utilized the solar power with the panels granted by the Spanish government through the efforts of partnership with the city government of Surigao.
The tourist park is strategically situated beside the barangay hall making it easily traceable and accessible.
A rocky pathway once hurdling the 20 steps of stairway up will lead you to the park blanketed with bermuda grasses as its landscape.
And then the cool breeze from the sea will greet you to a chilly treat, enough to make you fall into sleep. The serene ambiance communed with the cool blue waters on the horizon is simlply relaxing.
Look at how we enjoyed the bonding while laying into the ground of grasses. The place is very appropriate for soothing treat after a tiring island escapades.
As the signage in the photo says...