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If you're the type of person who gets tired easily and has sedentary lifestyle, this place might not be for you.
The tour showcase lots of "show stairs" which will pre-empt you to go up and down. In rainy season, of course it is not...More
Only 2 hrs from Manila, this national gem is offering great few hours trecks, guided tours with a taste of Philippine history woven into the various beautiful sites and caves along the route.
Recommended for nature lovers, large groups and small ones alike.
Literally, one has to trek to be able to see and appreciate the scenery of this national park. Entrance fee is minimal (I think P40 or 50 per pax) but the tour guide fee is about P200 or 300 (sorry not really sure since I...More
The park would never let you enter any of its parts without a guide but if you did managed to slip and enter, the staff won't be reliable on anything that might happen to you. Snakes, monkeys, slippery rocks, and some cliffs are waiting for...More
Our visit to the park was a last minute thing. We packed up a picnic and our swimmers and headed there. You can hire guides to take you through the caves, for us, we just crossed the bridge and climbed over some rocks to find...More
Biak na Bato was amazing! My boyfriend and I had to split the bill for the tour guide so it was quite expensive (P800) with just the both of us but we loved it! The caves were amazing and haunting. I loved the trivia provided...More
The national park is a must visit in San Miguel. Beautiful clear rivers flows across the park covered with lush greenery. But u can't really take a plunge just anywhere in the river, there's a specific area for that, safety reasons cited. There's a huge...More
PROS: Beautiful place. The caves and views were amazing. Enjoyed my one-day tour here with a friend. Arrived at around 11:00am or 12noon I guess, explored the place for 3 hours. With the help of a tour guide (cave) but we did it ourselves after...More
Going to this place can give you a wonderful thoughts on how the Filipino maintain the historic place like this,Just a reminder that you need to schedule your visits here with a nice weather to enjoy the place.
The Biak na bato national park is really good! It showcases the locations of katipuneros when they fought against spaniards ( i think). They have good activities like Rappeling, water wading and more! The scenery is really magnificent! The rivers are really clean, clean surroundings,...More