Lakes Incolos is located in Kabayan, Benguet, at the base of Mt. Pulag. Incolos Lake is a waterless lake which seems to be like a newly manicured lawn filled with Bermuda grass. Incolos Lake was once believed to be filled with water according to stories passed on by elders.
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After our Outreach Climb, a good number of us participants decided to climb Mt. Tabayoc, which at 2842+ MASL is considered to be the 2nd highest mountain in Luzon. Not to be outdone by its more famous and higher next door neighbor (Mt. Pulag), Mt. Tabayoc's claim to fame is its mossy forest that is supposed to be one, if not the most beautiful of its kind.
Located just next to Mt. Pulag, Mt. Tabayoc is located in probably one of the wettest places in the Philippines. Hence, it is normal for hikers to get soaking wet when climbing Mt. Tabayoc. On the other hand, according to the locals livin ...
First on the team's itinerary was to witness the sunrise along Ambuklao Road overlooking the Ambuklao River. By the time we reached Brgy. Poblacion in Kabayan, we were already up for an adventure. We immediately headed to the four lakes which is part of the Mt. Pulag National Park. The Ibalois and Kalanguyas of Kabayan hold high regard for the folklores and stories surrounding the four lakes. First in our destination was Lake Tabeo. Lake Tabeo is located at the foothill of Mt. Tabayoc which is the second highest mountain in Luzon.
On our traverse going to the second lake, we were able to wi ...
Mt. Tabayoc is located in Kabayan, Benguet Philippines.
Kabayan is a fourth class municipality in the province of benguet, Northern Philippines. It is said to be the home of the Kabayan mummies, mystical 4 lakes and Luzon's highest peak of Mount Pulag. Long before it was known or named, this quaint town was a thickly forested and mountainous settlement. The whole place was completely covered with pine trees, virgin oaks, and much higher, by the grassy height of Mount Pulag.
Kabayan is located along the Agno River, most easternly of Benguet Province and within the towering presence of Mount Pulag. It is approximately 335 kilometers north of Man ...
1. Agusan Marsh
Purple Herons, storks and sea eagles… these are only few of the migratory birds from all over southeast Asia is best seen during the months of Nov. to Jan. in Agusan Marsh. The largest Marshland in the Philippines.
Agusan Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most significant wetlands in the Philippines. It is a protected area covering more thanh 14,000 hectares, in the heart of the Agusan River. During the rainy season extensive flooding is a natural and unique phenomenon, which is vital for the survival of flora and fauna. Interfacing between land and water systems, i ...
The people of the province of Benguet have held their culture and traditions close to their hearts even with the passing of the ages, and by staying true to their beliefs they have kept their unique way of life alive. Benguet remains a fascinating and exotic place that draws thousands of visitors year after year.
Benguet is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is La Trinidad and borders, clockwise from the south, Pangasinan, La Union, Ilocos Sur, Mountain Province, Ifugao, and Nueva Vizcaya.
Baguio, a popular tourist dest ...