Province of Dinagat Islands one of the few jeepneys in PDI the coral beach along the road going to Campintach Campintach Beach world war II artifacts left in Campintac An old port covered with silt A very big rock formation a closer look of the kisses islet sailing along the rock formations Large mining barges (A fresh way to see life, May 2015) The house of the owner of Buena Suerte Resort Buena Suerte Resort Dawn as viewed from the Buena Suerte Resort The signage of the forest of freindship The forest of friendship The nursery in the forest of friendship A very small pitcher plant A fly going to the trap Slippers and visiotrs Another view of Bitaog Beach Bitaog Beach’s white sand and coconut trees Boat full of tourists who will visit the Bitaog Beach starfish in the seagrasses Basketball court with a mountain range as its backdrop A lady selling a variety of orchid A usual store in a barangay in Melgar Very sweet watermelon People playing volleyball A view of the melgar Bay and community from the peak of Paniog Hill Grass with very sharp blades Going to the peak of the Sering Hill Philippine Ironwood (Mangkono) in Sering Falls Cashew Fruit Agoho (Benguet Pine)along the trail going to Paniog hill Going up to the Paniog Hill The community of Melgar The Nipa Hut on the Paniog Hill the community of Melgar, Basilisa The port in Tagbatikan Mangrove forest along the Maytubig river Wooden bridge from the port to the barangay proper Rivers and Mountains in Bayanihan First part of the trail going to the lake A flying lizard Mrs Langit, the spouse of the discoverer of the lake The jump-off area going to the Bababoo Lake Insects signifying the start of the rainy season Our first glimpse of the lake the rock wall surrounding the Bababoo Lake A rooster doing its usual thing People playing along the beach a closer look to people in the beach fading waves Coconut trees in the Tagbirayan Beach Old hanging bridge within the Aga Islet Stairs going to and from the white beach of Aga Islet the white sand and rock formations of the Aga Islet clownfish and other types of fishes sea snake burying itself in the sand Fingerlings clumping together The island from afar The Sundayu rock formations Untying the colorful salakots native salakot in Dinagat Islands A man weaving a salakot Advertisements Share this:TwitterFacebookGooglePrintLike this:Like Loading... One thought on “Province of Dinagat Islands” Add Comment Pingback: Dinagat Islands: Exploring a Paradise in the South | Pipoy the Explorer Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.