The Bonsai Forest is located at Sumanget, Dinapigue is about 20,000 hectares. The area is accessible by land transport from Baler in Aurora Province and by air from Cauayan Airport.
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If you're constantly looking for new places to explore; if getting lost in a forest is your kind of adventure; if your idea of paradise is to bask in nature's beauty without a crowd of tourists behind you, then Isabela is the destination for you.
The province sits atop picture-perfect Sierra Madre, the longest mountain range in this archipelago of 7, 507 islands. It has the second largest land area in the Philippines, bursting with lush forests, dreamy valleys and pristine beaches. Much of the province's rustic charm is also still there, devoid of unhealthy doses of commercialism and touri ...
Although Isabela did not play a major role in the revolt against Spain, it is in Palanan that the final pages of the Philippines Revolution was written when the American forces led by Gen. Frederick Funston finally captured Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo in the area on March 23, 1901.
Dinapigue showcases a bonsai forest with plants ranging from one foot to 7 feet in height. The forest is astonishing ??" covering an estimated 5,000 hectares.
Crocodile Sanctuary Of San Mariano
San Mariano houses a gallery of spectacles ranging from its flora and fauna to the ...
The province of Isabela in Cagayan Valley (Region II) appears to be a very laidback place.
Despite its size (second-largest province in the country, after Palawan) and status (one of the Top 10 richest provinces, the only one in Northern Luzon on the list), it doesn't seem to provoke strong reactions or opinions from people on hearing the name.
Isabela is called the "rice and corn granary of Luzon," and considered the trade and industrial center of Northeastern Luzon. It has exceptionally well-maintained roads and highways. President Ferdinand Marcos granted it with the first general ele ...
Isabela is the second largest province in the country located way up in the Cagayan Valley Region of Luzon. Its land is rich allowing it to be one of the country's top rice and corn producers. It's primarily an agricultural province with lots of unspoiled natural and historical treasures.
There's a lot more to know, see and like about the Queen Province of the Philippines such as the following:
Isabela was named after Queen Isabela II of Spain. It was founded in May 1, 1856 through a Royal Decree by the Spanish government.
At present, it has 34 municipalities and ...
Isabela is the second largest province in the Philippines next to Palawan. It is located in the Cagayan Valley Region in Luzon. Its capital is Ilagan and borders, clockwise from the south, Aurora, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Ifugao, Mountain Province, Kalinga, and Cagayan. This primarily agricultural province is the rice and the corn granary of Luzon.
Prior to 1856, there were only two provinces in the Cagayan Valley Region: Cagayan and Nueva Vizcaya. The Province of Cagayan at that time consisted of all towns from Tumauini to the north in Aparri and all other towns from Ilagan south ...