After our tour in The Perth, our Kuya Dado took us to Tinagong Dagat. You can easily see the sign “TINAGONG DAGAT” when you go to The Perth. You shouldn’t miss this place when visiting Sipalay.
Tinagong Dagat in English is “The Hidden Sea” This place nestled in the midst of a secret bay. It is composed of two islets connected by a footbridge.
After paying the Entrance Fee (30php ), Kuya Dado lead the way. We walked towards a narrow path and saw a bridge made of bamboos and wood and wait! a hanging bridge!! 🆒
I love how this place was kept. Tall green trees covered the small islets,clear seawater with some fishes.This place is perfect for relaxation.👌Tranquility at its best.
So, we needed to cross over the bridge in order to go to the viewing deck. See the video and photos below.😃
The most exciting part was crossing the bridge made of ropes. 😂😂
I really had to grip each sides. (scared to death)!!LOL
We continued crossing the footbridge until we reached the next islet. 🌉🏝
In going to the view-deck you need to take 123 steps. 😂 👣
It was really hot 🔥 and I was catching my breath.I should have done some exercise beforehand. 😂 ( I wasn’t expecting this!! )🌞but I had to keep moving.
We stopped with this view.Excitement ruled all over me.
I was glad I brought water with us. There were also people going down,so you really need to give way.
Finally, we reached the top. Wow. All I said was wow. 👏🏼✌🏻👌🏼Fascinating!!
And Kuya Dado offered to take our photos for some perfect shots.
He definitely nailed it. I love the pictures.!!
On the other side was a different view.
After Tinagong Dagat, Kuya Dado even asked us if we wanted to go to the cave (i forgot the name ) but since we needed to go back to Bacolod, we just refused.
It was indeed a great day trip. I’d love to stay longer some other time If I have the chance to be in Sipalay again. 🤗