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  • Bolinao Falls an unexpected waterfall along the plains of Pangasinan

    Bolinao Falls an unexpected waterfall along the plains of Pangasinan

    Bolinao, a town at the tip of Luzon's western peninsula is primarily a flat land lying below the plains just by the hills of Bani, Pangasinan. Although primarily a farm land, there are small rivers coming from the elevated lands of Bani that are rushing down to the shores of Bolinao. One of quite unexpected wonder of this topography is the existence of a waterfall in the middle of plains.

    Bolinao Falls is a short waterfall which is a result varying elevations of the Balingasay River, thus the water falls down to a pool of water located on a lower elevation. The "falls" system is part of a ...

  • Divers clean up waters off Hundred Islands

    Divers clean up waters off Hundred Islands

    Divers scoured the seabed for garbage on Friday in the waters off Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos City to kick off a two-day underwater and coastal cleanup in Pangasinan province.

    The 35 divers, 25 of them volunteers from Metro Pacific Investment Foundation (MPIF), also separated the giant clams off Quezon Island to grant them room to breathe.

    The Hundred Islands National Park in the Lingayen Gulf is one of five destinations selected for this year's Shore It Up project, an environmental initiative.

    The MPIF and the Pangasinan government also led a mangrove planting event in ...

  • The Manlaleuag Spring National Park

    The Manlaleuag Spring National Park

    Seldom do people get the chance to experience nature in its wild, pristine state and appreciate the subtle yet essential intricacies between the forests, streams. rocks, and all the living things that depend on them and inhabit them. The Manleluag Spring National Park in Pangasinan gives the visitor the opportunity to be close to nature while enriching one's knowledge of the world around us.

    The Manleluag Spring National Park has a total area of 1,941.7 hectares zoned as follows: 412.5 ha for wildlife habitat; 57.34 ha for multiple uses; 539.46 ha for sustainable use; 15.70 ha for resto ...