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Biliran is the best kept secret in Eastern Visayas. The name was derived from “borobiliran” a type of native grass that grew abundantly on the island’s plains. With its charming villages, rich coastline, rugged mountains and majestic waterfalls, what more can an adventurer want in nature. The island attractions raw beauty and the thrill of discovering a new flora and fauna are what appeal to the masses.
Most visitors are drawn to the turquoise waters and scintillating beaches.It is haven for beach lovers who wanted to frolic in the sand and dive deep in the waters. Recently some of our islands have been featured in the national broadcasting television. The availability of diving equipment gave way for the discovery of the rich marine life that can rival even the best of Cebu.
The place is not only for beach lovers. We have a good concentration of waterfalls and hot springs surrounded with rich foliage. Biliran has everything that you can ever want in nature. Read More: http://tourism.biliranisland.com/islandattractions.php
Although Biliran is a small island on the northern tip of Leyte, it is laden with natural wonders that make it a splendid paradise. Tomalistis Falls in Caibiran is one of its extraordinary attractions that will surely leave an impression on every visitor.
This falls made it to Guinness Book of World Records because it has the “sweetest-tasting water in the world.” It is the main source of fresh water for the people in the area. The water itself is spring water which contains different minerals which lend to its sweet, refreshing taste. The falls itself is close to the seaside and its waters gently flow out to the waiting sea. The falls is one of the proudest attractions of Biliran and is a reason why this small island is treasure trove of natural wonders. Read More: https://www.vigattintourism.com/index.php?/tourism/articles/Taste-the-sweetest-water-at-Tomalistis-Falls
Exploring one of the precious places of Biliran is a nice adventure. Maripipi Island does not only have awe-inspiring beaches. It has also an extraordinary creation of nature, the Viga Spring. Located at Brgy. Viga, Maripipi, Viga Spring is a 20-minute hike from Napo Beach Resort.
The cool waters of the spring give refreshment and a soothing feeling to every person who bath in there. Viga spring water would chill you and lighten up your mood. It’s a different kind of spring because of its natural characteristics being not artificially made. There are also grown fishes that are tamed and visitors may feed them. The area was concreted and it is divided into three division; the drinking area, for bathing and washing clothes of the locals. Viga spring is the source of water of the people there since then. Read More: http://tourism.biliranisland.com/vigaspring.php
Moving sand bar extending about 200 meters to the sea; one huge coral rock-a reef that was thrust up from the ocean’s floor centuries ago. The fields are studded with gigantic clam shells measuring up to a meter wide. The island has several white sand beaches sprinkled with exotic shells newly washed up from the seabed. Facing an open sea, the white sand beach, cool pristine waters and exotic rock formations of Higatanangan Island is itself nature at its best. Read More: http://discoverbiliran.blogspot.com/2011/08/white-shifting-sandbar.html
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Colorful Festivals Celebrated in Biliran
Have a Grannd Time in Biliran
Biliran Photo Gallery
Biliran Video Collections