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  • Writer's pictureMila Gaccino

Dinagat Island

Has been seeing severe environmental degradation as a direct result of large-scale mining. Vast swathes of its forests and mountains were cleared to give way to open-pit mines. Thankfully, the locals’ resistance brought mining to a halt.

Today, the local authorities are pushing for ecotourism development in the island. After all, Dinagat Island hosts numerous natural wonders which have been spared from mining. On its interiors and hidden outskirts are stunning bonsai forests, blue lagoons, breathtaking coves, white sandy beaches, and many more.

Dinagat Island is a promising eco-tourism destination you should visit to help advocate for sustainable development. Here are the must-see tourist destinations in Dinagat Island.

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