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Ruined after the earthquake

A watch tower used by Filipinos guarding the place from invasion of sea pirates and others. Years... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2017
MijnlieverdFH
,
Amsterdam
Interesting views of surrounding uplifted ridges

Worth visiting the tower for the views of the surrounding land that was underwater prior to the... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2017
Karen C
,
London
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6 Aug 2017
“Ruined after the earthquake”
31 May 2017
“Interesting views of surrounding uplifted ridges”
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Maribojoc, Philippines
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

A watch tower used by Filipinos guarding the place from invasion of sea pirates and others. Years ago it was in good shape before the earthquake but now it looked like it is not yet attended to. Yet it has its part in the history...More

Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed 31 May 2017

Worth visiting the tower for the views of the surrounding land that was underwater prior to the 2013 earthquake. The quake shifted a swathe of land as much as 5m higher in some places.

Thank Karen C
Reviewed 17 January 2017

The watch tower is an impressive sight but you can not enter it unfortunately. It costs judy a few P to call in and walk around it, and it is nice to look at. Also at this site is evidence of the 2013 earthquake as...More

Thank Richard_VanBob
Reviewed 22 July 2016

It was under construction when we were there. Unless you can enter it, its a tower of bricks. Skip it

2  Thank Madamebag
Reviewed 12 June 2016

You'd think after three years the watch tower might have already been restored. But it looked like the restoration even stopped. We visited during low tide and it was disappointing because there was just trash everywhere on the beach. The people in the area should...More

1  Thank Luanna Bianca I
Reviewed 25 March 2016

Worth a short visit on the way to Tagbilaran but the tower itself was destroyed during the earthquake in 2013.

1  Thank Malgorzata P
Reviewed 18 June 2015

Shame that they charge for just a small insignificant old tower. nice the fact is on the waterfront. Bring your on food an bevarage as the place there is a shamble

Thank Antonio G
Reviewed 10 December 2014

Unfortunately since the Earthquake this has not been restored so you can't go inside and view from the Tower. A real shame. Still enjoyed it though although it's incredibly difficult to find on a motorbike; and maybe that's why we enjoyed it so much. Can't...More

1  Thank 1itinerant
Reviewed 20 October 2014

Visited here today by bike. It is badly signed (only from the north!) Parking/entry fee P15 per bike or P5 per person P25 for car. Tower has been badly damaged by the earthquake and cannot be entered - it is dangerous. No renovation has been...More

2  Thank Sheryl A
A TripAdvisor Member
2013
Reviewed 6 October 2014 via mobile

I think it's nice naman, it's just ruin when we visit there because of the earthquake .. It's under construction then , i just don't know if it's finish now.. it's infront of a church i just forgot the name of the church

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