Kabayan is one of the Municipality of Benguet Province in the Cordillera Mountain Ranges of northern Luzon. The municipality is recognized as a center of Ibaloi Culture. The Ibaloi, the dominant ethno-linguistic group, of Kabayan have a long traditional practice of mummifying their dead. Mummification began prior to the Spanish colonization. Individuals from the higher societal stratum of the Ibaloi of Kabayan used to be mummified through a long ritual process over a long period of time.
Agusan March Wildlife Sanctuary was established by the virtue of Presidential.Proclamation No. 913 on October 31, 1996. It has been designated as one of the Ramsar sites in the Philippines and included in the list of Wetlands of International Importance (RAMSAR TREATY) No. 1009 dated November 12, 1999, being the refuge and nesting area of migratory bird species.
Majestic Mt. Pulag is highest peak in Luzon and one of the most beautiful mountains in the Philippines. Its fabled views, of winding slopes of dwarf bamboo, and distant peaks surging like islets in the ocean of lofty clouds, comprise perhaps the most breathtaking sights in Philippine mountaineering. The native tribes say that Mt. Pulag is the "playground of the gods". In Luzon,
it is literally the closest to heaven that mountaineers can get!
Cagayan de Oro is slowly becoming a popular adventure spot in Northern Mindanao with all its possibilities for outdoor activities. From zorbing to ziplining to whitewater rafting; there’s certainly something you can do in the city to get your adrenaline pumping. Of course, another exhilarating thing to do in the city is to visit some of its most famous naturally formed sites.
Barangay Cadaclan, San Fernando City
Escape from the pressures of everyday life. Enjoy yourself in a natural garden, a serene Japanese setting, an herbal wheel garden, an arid paradise and more theme gardens, a romantic hideaway or a classical landscape. Find out too, the way of conserving plants and biodiversity in the midst of La union's rolling hills.