....... A walk on the pristine shorelines of Mamburao is therapeutic for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the country's big cities.
Barangay Tayamaan, for instance, is known for its gray-whitish sands under the hot sun sheltered in a natural harbour.
The newly-discovered Gumaer Falls in Barangay Tangkalan are beautiful and so are the other eco-tourism sites such as the Mamburao beach for walking, jogging and swimming, Jaliri Farms for air-soft gaming and bird-watching, Crocodile's Head for an hour of trekking and getting to the tip of the head, shell picking and snorkeling and the Lanas Mangyan settlement where one can learn of the natives' culture.
Mamburao wants to be known to the world, but not as fast and explosive as Boracay.
Reference: Mamburao, the Forgotten Capital, Wants to be Remembered; By Lily O Ramos - May, 2009 (http://mamburao.gov.ph/downloaditemfile.do?file_id=2017)