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Bataan

 
Bataan (Orani, Bataan) Mt. Natib. Rising at an elevation of 8,000 ft. above sea level, this potentially active volcano offers mountain climbers and nature lovers not only a pleasantly cool mountain air but also a luxuriant growth including some rare plant species and wildlife abundant in the area. It offers a commanding vista of the surrounding provinces. Reaching the mountain's summit takes about four hours. A trail shelter is available for overnight trekkers. Activities Recommended: Mountain Climbing, Camping, Rapelling. (Morong, Bataan) Bataan Technology Park (former refugee center). Built on a sprawling 300-hectare forest reserve some 180 kms. from Manila, the former Philippine Refugee Processing Center used to host thou...
 

Bulacan

 
Bulacan Feel the heart and soul of the Philippines in Bulacan. Its history and tradition, its land, culture and its people. Truly a melting pot of the past and the present, the old and the new, the countryside and the urbane. Bulacan is noted as the land of heroes, beautiful women, progressive cooperatives, small and medium-scale industries. It is also known for excellent craftsmanship in making jewelries, leather crafts, buntal hats, pyrotechnics, bone in-laid furnitures and garments. Bulacan also has emerged into a reputable resort haven of Luzon. Just a few minutes north of Manila by car, Bulacan resorts provide an accessible and welcome respite from the pressures of city life. The province's name is derived from the Tag...
 

Nueva Ecija

 
Nueva Ecija Nueva Ecija is the largest province and the biggest rice producer of Central Luzon and often referred to as the Rice Bowl of the Philippines. One of its attractions is the Pantabangan River, the country's first multi-purpose infrastructure, stands today as the phenomenon in Filipino engineering feats. Cutting across a rich valley floor, the Pampanga river is famed for irrigation, generation of hydroelectric power and mitigation of flood damage. Nueva Ecija is also declared by the tourism department as the agri-tourism pilot site in Luzon due to the presence of Central Luzon State University. Nueva Ecija also possesses other worthwhile attractions: Minalungao National Park, Rizal Hot Spring, Burburayok Springs and Paja...
 

Pampanga

 
Pampanga Steeped in history and blessed with natural and man-made scenery, Pampanga offers several sight-seeing options for visitors. Pampanga has always enjoyed the title The Culinary Center of the Philippines. It is populated by resourceful hardy folk who are justifiably proud of their famous Kapampangan cuisine. The capital, City of San Fernando, is world famous for the annual Lenten re-enactment of the crucifixion of Christ. It is also famous for its Giant Lantern Festival where huge lanterns measuring 20-ft in diameter rise to the occasion to thrill thousands of people with their kaleidoscopic interplay of sounds and colors. The province has remnants of a long and colorful history. It has centuries-old houses, a booming n...
 

BORACAY BEACH RESORT

 
BORACAY BEACH RESORT By air straight to caticlan and a few minutes ride to boat transfer. boat transfer to island is only 10 minutes. If via kalibo airport land transfer is about 1 and half hour drive to boat transfer....
 

Aurora

 
Aurora The province was named after President Manuel L. Quezon's wife, Aurora. Quezon, the first president of the Philippine Commonwealth, was born in Baler. Aurora was first explored by Juan de Salcedo in 1571, when he reached Casiguran and Baler from Laguna. In 1609, a Franciscan mission was founded in Baler. In 1735, Baler was destroyed by a tidal wave from the Pacific Ocean. The surviving inhabitants decided to move to higher ground. In 1814, the village of Binondo was founded away from the coast. Baler was a part of Nueva Ecija until 1902, when it was ceded to Tayabas, the former name of Quezon province. During the commonwealth period, when President Quezon unexpectedly visited Binondo, he named it Aurora in honor of hi...
 

Kasibu

 
Kasibu highlights the Capisaan Cave System, the fifth longest cave system in the country. Measuring 4.2 kms., the Lion and Alayan Caves in Malabing Valley, Kasibu are relatively new spots frequented by an increasing number of cavers and mountaineers. Located in Brgy. Capisaan, the two caves which are only a part of a cave network has layers of chambers with unique formations of stalagmites and stalactites. Geologists and speleologists have called it a Geologists paradise because of the varying rare formations inside these caves (Helectites, speleothems, straws, capers, columns, flowstones, etc.)....
 

Manila

 
Manila Fascination is an understatement of the feeling that one gets by visiting Manila, a lively metropolis commanding a magnificent view of the world-famous Manila Bay and its golden sunset. Historic, bustling, awe-inspiring, the Philippine Cosmopolitan Capital is a blend of cultures and flavors that offers an endless serving of places to see, sights to behold, and experiences to never forget. Right in the heart of Manila is found the Walled City Intramuros. Constructed in 1571, during the period of Spains colonization of the Philippines, it comprised of European buildings and churches that have been replicated in different parts of the archipelago. It had been one of the worlds best preserved medieval cities. Here, d...
 

Bohol

 
Bohol Another gem of the Visayas, Bohols historical significance extends way back to the blood compact between Boholano Chieftain Sikatuna and the Spanish conquistador, Miguel Lopez de Legaspi, in 1565. Scenic Bohol casts an enigmatic charm drawn from the many archaic mementos spread throughout the oval-shaped island: from the Chocolate Hills and the tarsier to 16th century watchtowers and Jesuit Baroque mission churches. The Chocolate Hills, all of 1,268 perfectly cone-shaped hills, are undoubtedly the most famous tourist attraction in the province. Among these hills that abound in Central Bohol, two have been developed into top-class resorts. One of the rare faunas found in the Philippine archipelago, the Tarsier ...
 

Cebu

 
Cebu It was in the province of Cebu that Ferdinand Magellan first set foot in Philippine soil back in 1521. Even before the Spaniards came, trade with the Chinese already flourished in the province. Prosperity has continued, and today, Cebu City, known as the Queen City of the South, has become a thriving, highly urbanized center that comes second to Manilas bustling metropolis. Only a few minutes away from the city are numerous white sand beaches, crystal blue waters, and swaying palms, making Cebu a perfect destination for both business and leisure. Mactan Island is a coral island and famous scuba diving and beach site. It is also the site of the Export Processing Zone. Malapascua Island is endowed with white sand bea...
 

 

 

 

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