After our failed attempt to visit Busay Falls due to the strong rain that threatened our path with floods, and a very short trip to Cantingas River Resort we were on the Visitor Information Center of Dagubdob Picnic Grove in Baranggay EspaÃ±a. This was the last destination of our tricycle tour from the municipality of San Fernando in Sibuyan Island, Romblon.
From the town proper of San Fernando, people highly recommended this place to us. That’s why I had high expectations when we visited.
We paid the entrance fee (20 Pesos/person) and rode our tricycle again to the site proper of Dagubdob.
When our tricycle finally parked after a series of river crossing and bumpy hilly ride, there was only grasslands and rice paddies that have not been used for a while. A guy approached us and told us that he would be our guide, then we started walking immediately.
Call me weird, but I have a personal preference that for me to enjoy a body of water I need to walk a good distance to get to it and Dagubdob was kind enough to make me suffer a little by making me walk through rocky river beds, unused rice paddies and through dense trees with pathways made of carefully placed river stones.
And at the end it showed me a peaceful wonder made of water flowing from one big rock to another.