Biak-na-Bato in Benguet

Biak Bato Bangao Buguias Benguet Stone Rock Two Pieces Pipingew House Birds Dwelling Place Location Distance Baguio History Description Hiking Trail Kilometer Pictures Camping Barangay Species Info Biak-na-Bato is located in Barangay Bangao in Buguias, Benguet Province. Biak-na-Bato is a huge rock broken into two, hence the name “Biak-na-Bato”. Locals also refer to it as “pipingew house”, because it is the dwelling place of local birds called pipingew. Buguias is located 75 kilometers (47 miles) away from Baguio City. Continue reading

Biak-na-Bato Cave in Bulacan

Biak Bato Cave San Miguel Bulacan Mayumo Location History Refuge Cavern Entrance Hiking Trail Revolutionary Army General Emilio Aguinaldo Naldo Headquarters Government Pedro Paterno Peace Treaty Park Biak-na-Bato Cave is located in the suburbs of San Miguel de Mayumo on the northern tip of Bulacan. Biak-na-Bato Cave became the refuge of the revolutionary army that fled Cavite and Batangas. In the safety of this riverside fortress forged by nature, General Emilio Aguinaldo established the new headquarters of the revolutionary government and,

thru Pedro A. Paterno for the revolutionaries and Primo de Rivera for the government of Spain, signed the historic Peace Treaty (Pact of Biak na Bato) in November 1897 which stipulated that the Spanish government shall pay P900,000 in monetary restitution to the non-combatant Filipino families who suffered during the Revolution. Spain promised another P800,000 to be given upon the departure of Aguinaldo and his men to a voluntary exile in Hong Kong, and when Continue reading