Some natural wonders seem to be alive—as if they have a mind of their own. They seem to choose who should see their majesty, decide when they should reveal their secrets, or determine how they should “test” the mortals to be worthy of entering their domain. It just shows that greater powers are at play here—powers that our feeble minds can never comprehend.
One of those wonders is the Sohoton Cove in Bucas Grande, Surigao del Norte. This mysterious cove—which we think is a dwelling place of sirens, nymphs, and sylphs—can only be accessed in certain conditions. Let’s tell you our story.
After visiting Lake Tiktikan, Crystal Cave, and Bolitas Cave, we cruised to another part of Sohoton Bay. In a few minutes, we arrived at the Sohoton Cove tourist registration center. The Community Service Group of Gyeongsang National University in South Korea had a huge part in renovating this building.
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