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Simara Island Attractions Part 1

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Historical Attraction, Poblacion, Corcuera
A 150-meter hike from the town plaza.

 

The remains of a Spanish Fort constructed between 1860 -1865 by San Agustin de San Pedro to ward off Muslim pirates. It is situated on a hill overlooking the town.

 

Historical Attraction, San Vicente, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle then hike.

 

A World War II battleground. In liberating Simara, Company B of the 19th Infantry, US Eighth Army, lost 10 GIs and killed 118 Japanese enemy soldiers.

 

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Natural Scenic Lookout, Barangay Tacasan, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle then hike.

 

A roadside lookout where passing inter-island shipping vessels can be viewed. The area also shelters boats during inclement weather.

 

Religious Attraction, Barangay Mangansag, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle then hike.

 

Located at the peak of Mount Anradoon, this grotto of the Immaculate Concepcion offers devotees a place to go and pray during Lenten season.

 

Natural Attraction, Barangay Mangansag, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle then hike.

 

Formed by geological and wave movement, this testis-like structure hangs along the bank of the sea.

 

Natural Attraction, Barangay Mangansag, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle

 

A beautiful beach with pristine waters.

 

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Natural Attraction, Barangay Mahaba, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle.

 

This cave features a dome-like structure that abounds in stalagmites and stalactites. There is a pool of cool water where one can swim.

 

Natural Attraction, Barangay Mahaba, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle.

 

This is a long stretch of white beaches along pristine waters north of the island.

 

Natural Attraction, Barangay Colong-colong, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle.

 

A beautiful sandy beach with pristine waters which is a popular picnic destination for local folks and returning residents.

 

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Natural Attraction, Barangay Colong-colong, Corcuera
Hire a tricycle or motorcycle.

 

This cave has plenty of stalactite and stalagmite deposits.

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 20 February 2009 18:37  

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+2 #11 . 2012-10-26 21:52
tanx for making this website....im proud to say that im a simaranhon.3
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+1 #10 Guest 2011-05-05 11:07
simara "the best place to be" i miss this place.
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+1 #9 Guest 2011-05-05 11:05
I miss this place I really do. Hope to be there once more.
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+1 #8 Guest 2011-02-22 11:41
!!!!d best tlga ang simara!!!d hottest place
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+1 #7 Guest 2010-08-30 16:10
Ang ganda ng simara..hope that it will remain as beautiful as it was right now. Let's protect our place, our home and our haven.....Im proud to be a simaranhon..... . :-)
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+2 #6 Guest 2010-06-17 12:27
danilo faner?.. faner din ako..hehe..KAGA NDA TALAGA SIMARA!
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+2 #5 Guest 2010-06-16 17:50
nakakatuwa naman..kahit di me nakakauwi..para ng nasa simara pa din me..thanks sa admin ng website na to..hehehe..p
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+2 #4 Guest 2010-05-20 10:18
IM PROUD TO BE SIMARANHON
GANDA TALAGA!!!
-JULIUS CESAR MORADA
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+1 #3 Guest 2010-05-14 19:08
its a great place to visit.....a great paradise also...mabuhay ang mga taga simara....arrib bbbbaaaa.
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+2 #2 Guest 2010-05-10 11:59
kamusta na kau jan sa atin... : :
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