Ambuwaya Lake is located in Kiangan, Ifugao. Legend says that the area was once a large sitio that became a lake because some children killed and made fun of the leeches in the spring. The lake is deep and good for swimming and boating.
The shaded surroundings is an ideal place for picnics. It is now the site of a research on fishing culture. The lake is four kilometers from the to ...
wn center of Kiangan and can be reached by four-wheel drive vehicles.
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A trip to Kiangan, Ifugao, showing the Yamashita shrine, Uttuh Falls and Ambuwaya Lake.
Right after a short funhike of Mt. Kapugan, we did a walking tour of Kiangan's tourist spots. From the mountain's jump off point, we followed the cemented road that encircled the mountain, that leads to one of their nice waterfalls.
We saw mini-rice terraces along the way.
After about half an hour of waling, we arrived at the waiting shed with a signage that points to Utu Falls.
A cemented walkway along the ricefield drops to a slippery staircase to the waterfalls. Then we crossed a short hanging bridge.
A preview of the waterfalls' upper part.
After negotiating the final steep ...
Legends says that it was once a large sitio that became a lake because of the killing and making fun of leeches in the spring by some children. The lake is deep and good for swimming and boating. The shaded surroundings is an ideal place for picnics. It is now the site of a research on fishing culture. The lake is about four (4) kilometers from the town center of Kiangan and can be reached by four wheel drive vehicles.
The Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquaculture (DA-BFAR) in the Cordillera and the local government Units (LGUs) here launched today the Agri-Pinoy Fish Mart Program.
Governor Eugene Balitang said the program encourages fishery development and production such as the putting up of a complete marketing chain from the producers to the consumers.
The program is expected to boost the fish industry in the province which will eventually alleviate the economic conditions of our fisherfolks here," Balitang said.
Ifugao is the leading producer of fish in the Cordillera region ...
Ifugao is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Covering a total land area of 262,820 hectares, the province of Ifugao is located in a mountainous region characterized by rugged terrain, river valleys, and massive forests. Its capital is Lagawe and borders Benguet to the west, Mountain Province to the north, Isabela to the east, and Nueva Vizcaya to the south.
It is named after the term "i-pugo" which means "I" (from/people) and "Pugo" (hill), thus people of the hill.
The Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras and Banaue Rice Terr ...
The Municipal Tourism Council here proposed some programs and projects to boost the town's tourism Industry given the many tourist spots and other scenic and historical sites in the area.
Designated tourism officer, Lally Dulnuan, said she submitted several project proposals to the Mayor and Sanguniang Bayan for approval and funding in order that they will improve the tourism business that will help accelerate the economic growth and development of the community.
Some of the projects proposed are the construction of a view deck, zip line, and native house at the Nagacadan World Heritage ...