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Bugui Point

a century-old lighthouse with the ruins of its former facilities and the modern solar-powered built lighthouse. Nestled atop a hilly terrain overlooking the sea (Masbate Pass and Sibuyan Sea). One may be enchanted by the lighthouse ruin that was built on Spanish grandeur.


Buntod Island

Buntod Island

Natural sandbar consisting of pebbles and silica sand serving as nesting place for sea turtles. Also a known haven for manta rays. Its strategic location serves as “solace shelter” for the weary travelers. Its formation within the sea is characterized by wind and wave action, wherein the prevailing monsoon rules what shape it has to dictate.

 
Gato Island

Gato Island

Quaint rock formation with numerous sea notches that serve as habitat for sea snakes – and a number of migratory bird species roosting over. At a certain vantage point, it looks like a black cat (El Gato Negro for Spanish) from where its name was derived. Gato Island is known haven for sea snakes, coconut crab (tatus) and a natural bird sanctuary.

 
Kalanay Caves

Kalanay Caves

An area believed to have a spread of over a hundred caves (Calanay-Tinigban area), each with distinct characteristics of stalagmite and stalactite formations. Some of which have been explored while others left undisturbed and waiting to be discovered. Some relics and artifacts found within shows signs of early civilization. Proof of which has been published and featured in a book “Times Archaeology of the World: A Meticulous Reconstruction of the Past”.