It's More Fun in the Philippines, No.1 for Fun!




 

Planning a trip? Those who love to travel know the essence of all travel is about you and your enjoyment. Travelers know that the destination is a major part in planning a trip, experiencing and delving deeper into an unfamiliar places, people and culture is paramount.

Expand your horizons and set your sight to the Philippines, an off the beaten path travel site! An undiscovered paradise made of thousands of islands and white sand beaches all around! A tiny dot in the map of the world, and yet a haven for travelers, backpackers, retirees and even passersby.

It offers awesome tourist attractions, magnificent beaches, hot spring resorts, colorful festivals, hundreds of scenic spots and world-class hotels and facilities. Not to mention the tropical climate, the affordable prices as well as the friendly and hospitable, English-speaking people! You will be glad you came, and we’re sure, you WILL come back for more FUN in the Philippines!

 

 

 

OTHER INTERESTING PLACES

 

Bataan welcomes you to a unique eco-tourism encounter.  Here, you can witness breathtaking sights and panoramic trails that can be best explored on foot at one’s pace.  Be amazed at the beauty of her forests, scenic views, and splendid sunrise.  Trail shelters are available to trekkers for overnight stays.  So take a stroll with us, and submit yourself to the raging peninsula experience!

 

 

Dunsulan Falls

Bataan Dunsulan FallsPhoto from:  maryjane82.webs.com

Dunsulan Falls is located in Limay, Bataan, Philippines.  An enchanting spectacle in the heart of a forested hill behind the famous Mt. Samat in Pilar. Ideal site for picnic and swimming.

 Dunsulan falls is located at Brgy. Liyang, Pilar Bataan. To get there, if you’re from Pampanga – Manila and will just ride the bus trip to Balanga City, ending the bus stop at the Bataan Terminal, look for Bagac or Pantingan jeepney trip or Morong bus trip which will both pass the way to Barangay Liyang which comes after the way to Mt. Samat in Brgy. Diwa. One thing more, if you have your own car going there, you cannot completely enter Dunsulan. You need to walk a bit to get there.

Dunsulan is open to public without any charge or fees to pay, you can also swim if you want but there are no available cottages at the moment because it is still developing. You can just rest underneath the trees. Other sites we can suggest that you can visit near Dunsulan is Mt. Samat which is also in Pilar Bataan. – mybataan.com

 

 

Pasukulan Falls

Bataan Pasukulan FallsPhoto from:  carmencita18.tripod.com

Pasukulan Falls is a natural wonder with fresh vegetation and unexplored areas, it forms part of the reaches of Tiawi River at southern edge of the smaller Caldera east, southeast of Mt. Natib.  The Pasukulan is one of the highest waterfalls (approximately 197 ft.) characterized by a narrow cascading water plunging into a deep pool which is moderately deep and if well-managed can be utilized for swimming and limited recreational activities.

 

 

Mariveles Volcano

Bataan Mariveles VolcanoPhoto from:  corregidor.org

Mount Mariveles is a dormant volcano located in the province of Bataan in the Philippines. Mt. Mariveles and the adjacent Mount Natib comprise 80.9 percent of the total land area of the province. The mountain and adjacent cones lie opposite the city of Manila across Manila Bay, providing a beautiful setting for the sunsets seen from Manila. – wikipedia.org

 

 

Ambon-ambon Falls

Bataan Ambon-Ambon FallsPhoto from:  fullpacked.com

Ambon-Ambon Falls, whose name depicts the look and feel of the water as it gush down the ebb because of its towering height of 60 meters, is also located at Brgy. Binukawan in the Municipality of Bagac.  Approximately 9 kilometers from the national road, this same trail leading to Limutan Falls can be reached by an hour ride on a mountain buggy and a 30-60 mins. walk.  Ambon-Ambon Falls, whose name depicts the look and feel of the water as it gush down the ebb because of its towering height of 60 meters, is also located at Brgy. Binukawan in the Municipality of Bagac.  Approximately 9 kilometers from the national road, this same trail leading to Limutan Falls can be reached by an hour ride on a mountain buggy and a 30-60 mins walk.  –  bataan.gov.ph

 

 

 

Sibul Spring

Bataan Sibul SpringsPhoto from: rrjovenestate.multiply.com

Sibul Spring is situated in Abucay, Bataan, it has  refreshing and cool water from the natural spring that is believed to alleviate muscle pains because of its sulfuric  contents.

It is located in Abucay which is 121 km from Manila. It takes 2 hours to reach  the town proper and another 15-20 mins.in riding the tricycle to the resort because it is far away from Roman Super  Highway. – bataantourism.com

 

 

Balon Anito

Bataan Balong AnitoPhoto from:  tripwow.tripadvisor.com

Mariveles, Bataan Known to many as the dead volcano, a lot of elderly people visit the place to dip their feet in the hot water by sitting on the mouth of the volcano. The hot spring is known to have therapeutic effect on one’s health  – visitmyphilippines.com

 

 

San Miguel Mountain Peak

Bataan San Miguel MountainPhoto from:   deequixotic.blogspot.com

 

 

Tarak Ridge

 Bataan Tarak RidgePhoto from:  porkydocs.webs.com

 The Ayala Mountaineering Club Inc. (AMCI) and members of the local climbers in the province have discovered the rich potentials of the historic Mt. Tarak Ridge as a tourist spot which they call a “place like no others” and scene of one of the fiercest battles during World War II. –  mb.com.ph

 

 

Mt. Natib

Bataan Mount NatibPhoto from:  tripmondo.com

Mt. Natib in Orani, Bataan is another favorite climb in Bataan, along with Tarak Ridge in Mariveles. It is close enough to Manila, but at the same thing offers a challenging overnight climb. Closed for more than a year due to insurgency-related problems, it is fast becoming rediscovered by mountaineers, and in the 2008 climbing season, several successful climbs have been reported.

Transportation. Bataan Transit and Genesis Lines, with terminals facing each other in Doroteo Jose (near LRT station), ply the route. You will drop off at the National Highway and walk your way to the Orani Public Market; and going back, it’s the other way around; go to the highway and wait for passing buses to take you back to Manila. Fares cost around P150, one-way. – pinoymountaineer.com

 

 

 

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