Mt Bandilaan National Park

Siquijor, Siquijor

Mt. Bandilaan National Park in Siquijor, Siquijor, is home to Mt. Bandilaan, the highest point in the province, rising 557 meters above sea level, the park which covers an entire area of the former Siquijor Reforestation Project is home to numerous endemic flora nad fauna.

Other attractions in the area include a shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes, the way of the Cross, five natural spri ...

ngs and caves.

Mount Bandilaan National Park News

  • Birding Bandilaan

    Birding Bandilaan

    Predictably, our tricycle driver Manong Glen seemed quite surprised that we didn't want to go the usual tourist route.

  • Top Things To Do And See In The Mystical Island Of Fire

    Top Things To Do And See In The Mystical Island Of Fire

    I had always wanted to visit Siquijor island and I recently had the chance to spend enough time in this amazing island of fire. Unlike to its neighboring island, which is pretty close to visitors, Siquijor is one of the welcoming and hospitable islands in the Visayas. It is an interesting place with a unique culture.

  • Mount Bandilaan The Mountains Are Calling

    Mount Bandilaan The Mountains Are Calling

    The year 2016 was the "Year of the Mountain" for me. If you'd scroll unto my feeds, you'd basically find successive entries about the mountains that I have been to. I'd like to believe that this all started on a New Year's Resolution that I posted on Facebook the moment the year started.

    It was a joke between friends. But who would have thought that I could actually put into realization this random resolution? Not that I'm complaining. In fact, more than anything else, I've always been grateful to the mountains.

    I have lost track on the number of mountains that I have climbed around the ...

  • Siquijor Island Tour Finally

    Siquijor Island Tour Finally

    My heart was beating wildly, like it's about to burst out of my chest. The 30L bag that I was carrying for two days suddenly became so heavy and my feet were shaking as if I had been in a major climb. The passengers who were with us from Tagbilaran slowly disembarked from the fastcraft like it was just the normal thing to do. Sure, it was. But not for me.

    I had been planning to visit "Isla del Fuego" for two years. I should have been here two years ago. But after our two days trip to Dumaguete and Apo Island, a typhoon entered into the premise of the Visayas region prohibiting marine vessel ...

  • Siquijor Travel Guide Itinerary And Budget

    Siquijor Travel Guide Itinerary And Budget

    Planning a trip is crucial to make sure everything runs smoothly. It also makes everything very predictable??"in other words, BORING. For my twenty something birthday celebration this year (thank God for another year of paghahasik ng rainbow, confetti with glow-in-the-dark glitters at kabaklaan in this planet pak pak ganern!), I thought of going on an adventure GANERNDERLUST style??"which is simply adopting a spontaneous, fearless, and I-don't-give-a-damn-as-long-as-I-am-happy attitude!

    Well, true enough my Dumaguete-Siquijor-Apo Island Trip was more fun and exciting than what I thought it ...

  • Siquijor My Favorite Place In The Philippines

    Siquijor My Favorite Place In The Philippines

    For the first time in over a year of travelling, we missed a reservation we had made. Our early morning flight from Boracay to Cebu was delayed almost three hours. When we finally landed we quickly hopped in an Uber and rushed to the bus station but got stuck in typical Filipino traffic. We hopped on a bus/ferry combo to Dumaguete and hoped we'd make what we had read online was the last ferry to Siquijor (7:20 PM). We arrived at 7:00 PM and raced down the street towards the port. Turns out he last ferry actually left at 6:00 PM.

    When we finally did arrive on Siquijor we (for some silly reas ...