Many of us may have seen a live deer (usa) or wild boar (alingo/baboy damo). Of course we have visited various zoos and wildlife parks in Manila, QC or Malabon and farther in the south the famous Calawit Island of the Marcos era. Deers of different species are a common sight in zoos, but the wild boar is very hard to find and it looks like in the list of endangered species already. How about eating meat of the above stated animals? Maybe it is still safe to say that a lot among us specially those who have gone to p... read more
According to old legends Mt. Makiling are shaped like woman lying down.It is one of the famous Mountains in Philippines. Mt. Makiling is an inactive volcano, This place can also serve as Picnic ground for families and for nature lovers. In Mt. Makiling you can also see the view of Taal Lake.. Base on the Legend Mt. Makiling refers to the goddess who live in the mountain named "Mariang Makiling", where in the
Ducligan Hot Spring sprawls in Banaue, Ifugao. It can be found on the coasts of Ducligan River situated near to a deep pool. Ducligan can be reached from Poblacion by covering a distance of 21 kilometers. One can reach Ducligan Hot Spring within an hour and a half drive and twenty minute walk to reach the hot spring spot. Visitors can take a retreat over here to enjoy warm baths during cold weather. Ducligan Hot Spring also features swimming pool, hot tubs, toilets and various other amenities.
Also referred as “Eighth Wonder of the World”, Banaue Rice Terraces are two thousand year old terraces frequented by visitors throughout the year. Contrived into the mountains of Ifugao in the Philippines, these are known to be built with hands. Local guides can also be hired easily for exploring the terraces.
Opportunity to Explore Ifugao Rice CultureBanaue Rice Terraces straddle in Ifugao province, and are managed by the natives. Ifugao culture is linked to its rice cultivation practices and sundr... read more
Though Banaue is mainly popular for its rice terraces, many who visit the region do not miss making visit to Cordillera Sculpture Museum too. There is a small fee that one has to pay before entering in the museum. The museum preserves the remnants of the dying Ifugao culture. In the museum, one can see the artifacts, and replicas of wood-carved memoirs. Every piece in the museum is placed well and a label is also provided. Each item carries with it a small paper beneath, providing information about the item.
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Located in Banaue, Tappiyah Waterfalls are flocked by swarming number of travelers throughout the year. The crystal clear water falls from the top and a beautiful pool is formed below. The area surrounding the pool is pea green and there are also many beautiful rocks slumped there. During ones visit to the waterfalls, one can also explore the rice terraces here and which are counted amongst the wonders of the world.
How to Reach?· It can be reached via a 30-min. to 1-hr. hike from Brgy.· Batad Village is situat... read more