Laswitan Falls and Lagoon is located in Cortes, Surigao City, Surigao del Sur. This waterfall is actually a unique 20-foot rock formation that it receives a huge number of tourists from nearby towns and from all over the country.
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Do you know where youre going to this 2018? You can refer to your bucket list and visualize where you will be or ask Wittybunny and receive your boarding pass to some exotic place as your next destination.
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Laswitan Lagoon Cortes Surigao del Sur Philippines.
It looks like an ocean waterfalls. However upon looking closely and finding out about it, how does a waterfall end up being on the shore along with the Pacific Ocean at the back?
Finally was able to go back there almost a year after it went viral. It's still the same beautiful Laswitan Lagoon I know.
The Laswitan Lagoon in Cortes, Surigao del Sur in the Philippines is uncontrollably breath-taking. Have a peek at its majestic beauty and get drawn by its wonderful splashes.
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Gone are the days that Mindanao is a place feared by backpackers to explore. I for example has been to quite a few provinces here. The more I come, the more I want to stay longer. In this post we'll share to you a fellow backpacker's DIY travel guide to Caraga Region which is composed of Agusan del Norte, Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur. He travelled with two other buddies for 5 days with a total expense of 6, 349 each (food and airfare not included).
Laswitan in Surigao del Sur will be the best destination to check-in in the Philippines. Check it out, guys.
Surigao lies next to the fathomless underwater gorge, Philippine Deep, being one of the deepest portions in the Pacific Ocean. Rugged mountains are prominent borders throughout the long coasts. Bounded by the Hinatuan Passage, this area stands strong from the countless typhoon as the eye of the tropical storm frequently visits Hinatuan.