Unfortunately, the Municipality of Sogod pays no attention to the sites found in the town. There are falls, a lake and a cave system, beaches and hotels. But accommodations are plenty to choose from and found at the vicinity of the poblacion.
The Cainting Cave and Falls in Barangay Kahupian, Pasanon Falls and River in Barangay Dagsa, Lum-an Falls in Barangay Lum-an, Lake Lanao and Springs in Barangay San Juan, Subangdaku River in Barangays Suba and San Miguel, man-made lake in Barangay Malinao, Labong Cave in Barangay Javier, Magapso Beach in Barangay Maac, Black Sand Beaches in Barangay Consolacion and Prima, Cabadoy and Palanca Pebble Beaches in Barangay San Jose are one of the few sites that the municipality can offer. But some of these sites are in ruins, endangered or rather unexplored by human activities.
In the fields of infrastructure and agro-tourism, the Agas-Agas Bridge is famous and considered as the highest bridge in the Philippines. It stands 85 meters tall or 1,000 feet high and spans 300 meters connecting the Maharlika Highway. It is built so, because the area is prone to landslides and often many accidents occurred in this narrow corridor with a deep ravine on its side. Today, the bridge carries visitors to visit the area and government officials have plans to make it as a tourist attraction. Some bridges like the Subangdaku Bridge is regarded as one of the longest bridge in the entire province and up to now another bridge is constructed to minimize the travel time for the commuters traveling along the arterial highways. Along the bridge, one can see a dam that controls the river current when bad weather occurs. Also, CTL Farms, named after its owner, Carter T. Luzon in Barangay Concepcion and La Caridad Farms in Barangay Buac Gamay offers wide array of beautiful flora and fauna. The farms also offer many activities, either you can go fishing or roam around and enjoy the fields of green by affordable prices.