BUYO CAVE Located in Bgy. Buyo, Virac, the cave has beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and is surrounded by small rolling hills.
VARGAS CAVE Located in Balite, Virac, it has a narrow opening that provides a challenging point of entry and is hidden in the midst of thickets.
CATANDUANES ISLAND RESORT Developed by a Japanese group, it is located in Panay, Panganiban.  The beaches are all white and brilliantly clean.  There are available dining pavilion and duplex cottages for long-staying tourists.  Other facilities are: 18-hole golf course and sufficient power supply.  It is very ideal for surfing, skin-diving and sports fishing.

Developed by First Catanduanes Electric Cooperative (FICELCO), together with National Electrification Authority (NEA) which owned thepower turbines being powered by a large waterfalls on the area under the Bureau of Forest Development (BFD).  It is located at Guinobatan, Sipi Sibacungan, Bato.  The source of power goes into three large turbines which provide the electric power over the whole island province.

Around the site, hiking, camping and botanical field trips are advisable.  The forest and lush wildlife are suitable for these activities.  Mountain climbing may combined to lure interesting experience.

BATO CHURCH One of the earliest church built by the Spaniards at the mouth of a wide river.  Seen from the other side of the river the old church look majestic and imposing.
RADAR STATION Located in Buenavista, Bato, this weather radar station has state of the art equipment.  From the roofdeck, the panoramic view of the surrounding area is simply breathtaking.  Nearby is a Japanese tunnel, for this was former radar site of the Japanese Imperial Navy during World War II.
BALONGBONG FALLS Located in Bato along the national highway.  At the basin is a man-made swimming pool and a pavilion for excursionists.

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