Exploring CamSur’s hidden gems: A paradise unveiled
By Jason B. Neola
As the December chill sweeps through the air, it fails to deter the allure of three mesmerizing bodies of water that beckon both local enthusiasts and curious global travelers.
Nalalata Falls, Bula, Camarines Sur: Nestled in Barangay Lubgan, the colossal Nalalata Falls stands as a testament to Rinconada’s hidden charm. Local whispers reveal that the pristine, cool waters have bewitched countless visitors, inviting them to immerse themselves in its crystal-clear embrace. Captured by the lens of Rolando Sisno Jr., a treasure worth discovering.
Sohoton Beach, Siruma, Camarines Sur: Tucked away in Barangay Vito, this pristine shoreline is a sanctuary coveted by Bicol’s locals, alluring them with its untamed beauty year after year. With its white rocky sands and mesmerizing red and green rock formations that whimsically point towards the enchanting town of Mercedes in Camarines Norte, Sohoton Beach is a portrait of unspoiled wonder. Imaged by the lens of Masain Project, a masterpiece in nature’s gallery.
Bung Aw Underground River, Libmanan, Camarines Sur: Deep within Sitio Balid, Barangay Malinao, lies the secret allure of the Bung Aw underground river. A visual symphony captured by Yham Enverga Marcelo Prado, this clandestine gem invites explorers to venture into its subterranean wonders, offering an experience beyond the ordinary.
Embark on an odyssey to these paradises in Camarines Sur. Discover, revel, and immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty that beckons both local aficionados and curious globetrotters alike. Experience a tapestry of nature’s finest creations, waiting to be uncovered and cherished.
Local tourists began to influence more visitors to immerse at the cool and clear waters from Rinconada’s hidden gem Nalalata falls in Barangay Lubgan, Bula, Camarines Sur. (Photo by Rolando Sisno Jr.)
The pristine Sohoton beach in Barangay Vito, Siruma, Camarines Sur attracts more local tourists in Bicol every year. Visitors would love to step its white rocky sands where red and greenish rock formations rests pointing the town of Mercedes in Camarines Norte. (Photo by Masain Project)
Discover the underground river of Bung Aw in Sitio Balid, Barangay Malinao in Libmanan, Camarines Sur. (Photo by Yham EnvergaMarcelo Prado)