Dipolog is famous for its spectacular beaches and transparent waters, but Dipolog is certainly more than that. Situated in Zamboanga del Norte, Mindanao, Dipolog has a couple of shocks up its sleeve that are certain to thrill any traveler. Take a look at these top things you could do while in Dipolog! 

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Stroll Down Dipolog Sunset Boulevard.  

A broad beach stretching from Sta. Cruz in Barangay Central to Purok Bularan in Barangay Miputak, Dipolog Sunset Boulevard is ideal for those who desire to relish the tranquility of a spectacular sunset. Here, you could choose your location and view the sunset or take a beautiful walk. If you’re in the mood for something more bubbly, you could take delight in some live music from bands and tasty cuisines from adjacent diners as well!


Be a beach lover at Aliguay Island.

Do you need to get the finest, most enjoyable beach holiday ever? Tour Aliguay Island, where they have all you’d perhaps need in a beach holiday. With white sand and aquamarine waters, one will think Aliguay Island is already a brilliant beach on its own – but it also provides tourists the opportunity to eat fresh seafood cuisines from the island at Tacubo Restaurant and relish aqua sports pursuits for tourists who love to go snorkeling, diving, jet skiing or kayaking. You could also acquire the complete island excursion by golf cart – quite the full package, wouldn’t you say?


Trek at Linabo Peak.

Situated in Sitio Dinginan, Barangay Lugdungan, Linabo Peak is a 3,000-step path that goes to an amazing sight of Dipolog and Dapitan against a set of sky and sun. If you’re a learner to trekking, there’s nothing to be concern about: Linabo Peak has a staircase that’s simple to follow so you could still relish the sight from the summit. Earlier tourists who visited suggested that you travel during the morning to revel in the sunrise and chilly wind and to take some insect repellent too.


Chill out at Magsaysay Park/Plaza Magsaysay.

Situated beside Herrera Street, Plaza Magsaysay is the site to be if you need to use your late afternoon just chilling out and relaxing. You could go on a relaxed walk, unwind and read a book on the benches, or just merely relish the environment that encircles you while you’re here. Magsaysay Park is directly near City Hall and in front of the Holy Rosary Cathedral, so it’s hard to overlook. It also has a working platform and arena, and if you’re taking kids along, they could take delight in the huge footwear formed kiddie slides in the park too – so it’s entertaining for all!


Take a swim in Sungkilaw Falls.

If you wish to beat the heat, or if you’re merely searching for a private spot to relish swimming in chilly, stimulating water, Sungkilaw Falls is a must-tour for you. Located in the center of a rich, green jungle, Sungkilaw Falls asks its tourists to hike across uneven land before arriving at it – but even though it might be a lengthy stroll, the prize is very much worth it. The land travelling to Sungkilaw Falls is not that hard either for first-time guests, as there are paths that work as an escort as well. Once you arrive, you could swim in its chilly, transparent waters and let your problems pass away!


Get an Adrenaline Rush at Sicayab Cliffs.

If you’re an adventure hunter searching to acquire your adrenaline fix, travel over to Sicayab Cliffs in Sicayab-Bucana. Here, not only could you relish the bodily excitement of rock hiking, but you could also try cliff diving as well! Sicayab Cliffs are just 4 kilometres (2.4 mi) away from Sicayab Beach, where you could take delight in other bodily pursuits too such as swimming or skim-boarding. Or if you’re exhausted from all the cliff-diving and rock hiking, you could just relax on Sicayab Beach’s excellent sand and unwind.



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