Water Forms

Cantiasay-San Pedro Wooden Footbridge

Surigao del Norte

Renzelle Ann Palma
Renzelle Ann Palma | Jun 27, 2013

Connecting two barangays, Brgy. Cantiasay and Brgy. Nonoc, and the islands of Nonoc and Hanigad, this 391 meter bridge is a must see tourist attraction as it is a necessity to the people of the two barangays.

Crossing two island by foot is definitely a unique experience. The locals are used to the wooden planks of the bridge that they can cross the other side for about 5-10 minutes.

For first timers, there is always security in safety. Make sure to be careful with your steps because the wooden planks may skip a spot in some areas due to the pounding of heavy waves every now and then. It is a perfect place for rustic shots and one of a kind adventure.

To get there:

From Manila

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Take the tricycle (8php) to the Boulevard and schedule a trip to the Wooden Bridge with the numerous motorized boats in the area.

For further assistance, please call:

SURIGAO CITY TOURISM OFFICE Luneta Park, Borromeo St., Surigao City Tel No.: (086) 826-8064/(086) 231-7228

Email: [email protected]

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