The coastline stretches from Umiray to Paltic where beach resorts can be lucrative businesses. "Sea Ranch" in Brgy. Matawe was once a favorite tourist destination but was closed in the 1980s and then handed over to the Matawe Cooperative after falling into the coverage of CARP. Portions of Brgy. Paltic have white sand and suitable for recreational activities.

Dingalan has two major coral reef areas; namely Matawe and Agria Point Agria Peninsula (Paltic). The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources has pushed for the establishment of marine sanctuaries especially in Brgy Paltic to preserve natures richness and beuaty. White naturalenclave and isolated hideaway, which has wide white sand beach . In addition, Brgy. Matawe intertidal area is an interesting tideland attractive to trekkers and adventurers. During low tide, a vast tidal flat of about 10 hectares is exposed making it possible to walk over 400 meters towards a promontory that encloses a large tidal pool, 20 feet deep. The tidal pool is completely sealed from sorrounding sea waters making its water perfectly still even as the waves roar just a few meters behind the promontory. Land adventurer always love the forested mountains of Dingalan. Hiking, bird-watching, horseback riding, rock climbing, camping, and exploration of the Lamao caves are enjoyable activities. The must-stops include the Yapit, Tabi, and makabato waterfalls in Brgy. Umiray and Abungan Falls in Brgy. Ibona.Dingalan Bay View Park is being developed in Brgy. Caragsacan to offer a panoramic views of the natural harbor of Dingalan Bay as it merges with the Pacific Ocean.

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