Tourist Attractions

Naasug Point is a 120-ft vertical cliff adjacent to the sea located in Barangay Naasug.  It's white beach and underwater resources are amazing, worthy for sight-seeing, swimming and scuba diving.  It's virgin forest and cave are sanctuary to wildlife.

 Pangihan Cave is a wildlife sanctuary located in Barangay Poblacion.  Wit h a total area of 5,001 square meters (275 meters long and 3-5 meters wide), it has eight (8) connecting chambers with glittering stalactites and stalagmites.  The cave has narrow corridors that open up to huge, spacious chambers that serve as home to thousands of native bats (kuyapnit) nesting in the cracks and crevices.

Nabaoy River is located in Barangay Nabaoy, the river is a serene place recommended for bonding and get-together.  With native huts alongside, the locals offer native dishes and delicacies at affordable rates.  Refresh your day by swimming and rafting in its calm and crystal clear waters.

Nagata Falls is a magnificent falls and the highest among the waterfalls in the municipality.  Enjoy the experience going there by crossing five (5) rivers and exploring the scenic, untouched nature.  Feel its tranquility and be amazed of the waterfalls' splendor.

Agnaga Mini Falls and Cold Spring is located in Barangay Kabulihan, a place where the forest and rocks meet the spring.  Truly a nature gift, this mini-falls and cold spring is ideal as a picnic place favorably during summer because of its inviting water that beats the summer heat.

Malay Ecological Park is a rural eco-tourism attraction located at Barangay Argao with a total are of 8,010 square meters and 35 meters inclined. With stairs 65 stairs going up, it is a sceneic place over viewing Boracay Island. The park is covered with fruit-bearing trees, has a butterfly and botanical garden, and tree houses with view decks.