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Samar Island Natural Park

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Samar Island Natural Park

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Tom S wrote a review Oct 2019
Denver, Colorado9 contributions3 helpful votes
rented a car in Tacloban. went to the fiesta in basey. afterwards drove down the coast to guiuan and then north to borongan. decided to return to Tacloban through SINP. a beautiful drive - mountains, rivers, forests. road was good. I would recommend this area.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Christy A wrote a review Aug 2017
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The SINP is a diversed eco tourism in samar. Aside from breathtaking view from te mountain top, the vast forest behind the facility gives limitless source of fresh water not only to them but to the community itself. A must try!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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LegendHarry wrote a review Jul 2017
Pasig, Philippines404 contributions124 helpful votes
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The first destination in our six-day tour in Eastern Visayas was the Sohoton Natural Bridge Natural Park. And I can say it was a great start. The travel time was a little more than an hour with the road coming from Basey, Samar to Sohoton mostly concreted. After registering, we were fitted with lifejackets and helmets. Then, we rode a pumpboat going to Sohoton Cave. There, we were serenaded with some Waray songs. The cave has some interesting rock formations. After our cave tour, we kayaked our way through to reach the Natural Bridge. It was tiring because it was upstream! But the sight was truly spectacular! Aside from that, river jumping was adrenaline pumping. The tourism office in Sohoton also offers accommodations, catering, and team building facilities.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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