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Why Hinatuan River Is Called Enchanted River Is Amazing

Nature is calling, and I must go - Nikita.

It amazes me daily, and it is calling. After watching these images, I couldn't stop myself from sharing this story with you. I am solaced by these pictures.

A river called Hinatuan also known as enchanted river. But you must be wondering why it is called as mysterious!

Because of its unknown beginnings – starts from an 80 feet deep spring. A fascinating fact is that the water seems to flow magically without any source, as well as to be so deep and blue. Explore this beautiful story and lose yourself in the beauty of nature.

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Why Hinatuan River Is Called Enchanted River Is Amazing

Why Hinatuan River Is Called Enchanted River Is Amazing

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A river on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.

 A river on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.

This river flows into the Pacific Ocean at Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur. Many locals and tourists call this river as the "Enchanted River."

Beautiful isn't?

Beautiful isn't?

This place is considered to be as one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in the Philippines.

Tourists are trying to resolve the mystery.

Tourists are trying to resolve the mystery.

Some believe, the idyll was created when seawater flowed through long tunnels and caverns deep below the ground, finally resurfacing at the spring which is 80 feet deep in areas.

Nature at its best.

Nature at its best.

Transparent blue waters, palm trees and rock pools, this peaceful river in the Philippines is nothing short of paradise.

Lose yourself.

Lose yourself.

The river is 80 feet deep, and it is popular for sunbathers, swimmers and those who wish to practice their diving skills.

It's still a mystery.

It's still a mystery.

With infinite fishes and other animals living in its deep waters, the area is popular with snorkelers as well as divers and explorers.

Enthralling.

Enthralling.

The locals share that none has been successful in catching the fish in this river, whether by hand or by a spear.

Peace.

Peace.

It's all because of the bluish color of its depth and the water transparency variations throughout the day.

Diver is trying to figure out the mystery.

Diver is trying to figure out the mystery.

Locals say at nearby 12:00 pm, the water converts clearer and, even more, majestic.

So, are you joining me on this trip?

So, are you joining me on this trip?

I don't know about you, but I am adding this place to my bucket list right now. Share if you like this post worth, and also feel free to comment below.

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