Kalbario Patapat Park

Adams, Ilocos Norte

The Kalbario Patapat Natural Park is a protected area in the Philippines, located on the Patapat Mountains in the municipalities of Pagudpud and Adams in northern Ilocos Norte province.

The natural park was established on April 20, 2007 by Proclamation no. 1275 encompassing 3,800 hectares with a buffer zone of 1,937 hectares.

The park was created under the National I ...

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Kalbario Patapat Natural Park News

  • FPE Selects Kalbario Patapat Natural Park as Site-Focused Area Consults Stakeholders

    The Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE) Luzon Regional Unit (LRU) gathered stakeholders of the Kalbario – Patapat Natural Park (KPNP) in a joint meeting, as it declared its support for KPNP as one of FPE's site-focused areas last June 22, 2016 in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte.

    FPE's site-focused area support to KPNP involves formulating its Conservation Management Plan (CMP), and building formal partnerships with stakeholders to support the conservation initiatives of the plan. FPE will also engage and support peoples organizations and indigenous peoples organizations (POs/IPOs) in ...

  • FPE Selects Kalbario Patapat Natural Park as Site Focused Area Consults Stakeholders

    The Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE) Luzon Regional Unit (LRU) gathered stakeholders of the Kalbario – Patapat Natural Park (KPNP) in a joint meeting, as it declared its support for KPNP as one of FPE's site-focused areas last June 22, 2016 in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte.

    FPE's site-focused area support to KPNP involves formulating its Conservation Management Plan (CMP), and building formal partnerships with stakeholders to support the conservation initiatives of the plan. FPE will also engage and support peoples organizations and indigenous peoples organizations (POs/IPOs) in ...

  • Lawmaker Re-files Bill Strengthening Conservation Of Protected Areas

    A lawmaker has re-filed a bill in Senate proposing the Expanded National Integrated Protected Areas System (ENIPAS) Act that aimed to help strengthen conservation efforts for close to 100 protected areas in the country.

    Senator Loren Legarda said Senate Bill 32 completes the process for the declaration of 97 protected areas in the country via amendments to the existing National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) Law or Republic Act 7586.

    "Great challenges face us in the task of protecting and preserving our rich biodiversity. The proposed ENIPAS Law will secure the remaining pro ...

  • Adams Ilocos Norte

    Not everybody deserves a second chance. But Adams does. Definitely, positively, Adams does.

    Rarely do I go back to the same place twice. But there is something so naturally enchanting and poetic about this place, that I promised myself I will return, given the chance. And I did, in less than a week. Adams is simply that irresistible.

    But let me begin this story with my first solo adventure to Adams. It took me almost four years-worth of courage to finally visit the secret paradise of the North, only armed with excitement, my gadgets, and good stories I heard first-hand from friends about ...

  • 15 Protected Areas In Region 1 Eyed For Ecotourism

    The 15 protected areas declared by the Philippine Area Management Board (PAMB) in the Ilocos provinces are being eyed for ecotourism development.

    Gwendolyn Bambalan, the assistant regional director for technical services of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Region 1, disclosed during the recent PAMB convention in Ilocos Norte that these protected areas have great potentials for sustainable enterprise to benefit the local stakeholders.

    "PAMB members from the four provinces in Region 1 such as Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur Sur, La Union, and Pangasinan are currently ...

  • Tribes To Help Develop 15 Protected Areas In Region 1

    In a move to promote ecotourism in the Ilocos Region, the Philippine Area Management Board (PAMB) in collaboration with tribal communities is focused on developing at least 15 protected areas in Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Union and Pangasinan provinces.

    Gwendolyn Bambalan, assistant regional director for technical services of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), said the PAMB is eyeing the protected areas to develop sustainable enterprises that will benefit local communities and stakeholders.

    "PAMB members from the four provinces in the Ilocos Region are currentl ...