- Malaguicay Falls
There are a lots of water falls in Abuyog Leyte, one in Brgy. Katipunan, Brgy. Balinsasayao and Brgy. Nebga but the most famous of them all is located in Brgy. Malaguicay. When you visit Abuyog Leyte, this is a must see tourist attraction. The Malaguicay Falls are around 7 meters tall, and has 10 layers, the swimming area is about 3 meters deep and the area is surrounded by coconut trees. The people of the barrio called the water falls “Linao”(clear water) in local dialect because the water that flows is really clear. The water is so cool and perfect for soothing our body. Try going near and swim towards the water falls and feel the water drop to your body. It’s like your having a good massage all over your body. In going there, you will ride a motorized boat from Tab-ok port, either you rent the whole boat or ride in a passenger boat going to Brgy. Malaguicay but the latter will cost you less. Brgy. Malaguicay is a seaside barangay south of the town’s proper and 20 minutes ride by a motorized boat. On the way, you will pass first the Higasaan River and then going out to the sea. A 20 minute scenic nature walk to the water falls from Brgy. Malaguicay port will await you. You can rent a cottage for your shelter along the water falls side. Aside from Malaguicay Falls, don’t forget also to visit the other water falls mention above.
- Abuyog Town Hall Plaza and Abuyog Lighthouse
The plaza is located just across the street of the Town Hall of Abuyog Leyte in Brgy. Loyonsawang. Every afternoon you can see a lot of townfolks, just sitting on the benches of the plaza. The place is so beautiful and good for nature relaxing or just seeing people passing by. On the other hand the Abuyog lighthouse is located beside the Town Hall of Abuyog Leyte which is facing to the sea. The lighthouse serve as a beacon for the ships and for the fishermen so that they will not get lost at sea especially during night time. There’s a legend that says that the patron saint, St. Francis Xavier was seen here waving his crucifix during a night of fierce typhoon here in Abuyog Leyte in order to spare the town from the wrath of that strong typhoon.
- Sto Niño Park
Located between the barrio boundary of Brgy. Bito and Brgy. Guintagbucan. During weekdays usually in the afternoon you can see a lot of students just hanging on there. In the center of the park has a big statue of Sto Niño and that’s why the park’s name came from. Along the side of the park there are a lot people selling barbecue, bananacue, ice cream and others that is so nice to eat so that you will not get hungry while your sitting and talking to your friends or love ones.
- Danghol Hill
A hill located between Brgy. San Isidro and the town boundary of Javier Leyte. Good for nature tripping. Legend says that the hill is the center of the earth and during the Great Flood on the Holy Bible’s Old Testament, Noah’s ark(big boat) also landed in here. Whenever you go uphill you’re so lucky if you can see the woods that was being used on Noah’s big boat. According also to legend, this is also the home of a fairy called “Opayda” wherein you can hear her singing during fair weather and her beautiful voice served as a guide for the fishermen bound for home.
- Layog River
A river located in Brgy. Balinsasayao. Perfect also for nature tripping and swimming escapade. The place is scenic in nature.
- St. Francis Xavier Parish Park
It is just beside the beautiful St. Francis Xavier Parish Catholic Church of Abuyog Leyte. The park theme and the one that is being portrayed in here is the reenactment of the legendary history that says St. Francis Xavier drinks a water here in Abuyog Leyte during his missionary visits to South East Asia. So that is why at the center of the park, there are statues of the saint and the town people, getting water in a well.
- Abuyog Leyte Big Caves
Found in Brgy. Nebga, Brgy. Tib-o and Brgy. Balocawehay. Good for nature tripping and a great adventure for those who are cave enthusiast.
- Cagbolo Hot Spring
Found in Brgy. Cagbolo and with an area of 0.5 hectare. It’s good also for nature tripping and can be reached through pump boats, motorcycles or rather hiking. The hot spring is often visited by hikers and scouters.