The Matawe Inter-Tidal Area in Dingalan

Matawe Inter-tidal Area Matawe Dingalan Aurora Location Low Tide Flat Size Hectare Meter Pool Depth Sea Water Swimming Fishing Camping Picnic Length History Resort Description Elevation Fish Water The Matawe Inter-Tidal area is located in Dingalan in Aurora Province. During low tide, a vast tidal flat of about 10 hectares is exposed, making it possible to walk over 400 meters towards a promontory that encloses a large tidal pool, 20 feet deep. The tidal pool is completely sealed from the surrounding sea water making its water perfectly still even as the waves roar just a few meters behind the promontory. Dingalan is located on the northernmost part of Aurora Province and is located 183 kilometers (114 miles) northeast of Manila. The entire town of Dingalan is mountainous due to its proximity to the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  Despite the rugged terrain, the town is accessible by bus, jeepneys, cars and other means of land transportation passing through Cabanatuan City, which is 65 kilometers away. Baler, the Continue reading

The Paltic Fish Sanctuary in Dingalan

Paltic Fish Sanctuary Dingalan Aurora bureau fisheries aquatic resources marine sanctuary barangay diving snorkeling location depth fishing species water size history description swimming ocean The Paltic Fish Sanctuary is located in Paltic, Dingalan in Aurora Province. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources has pushed for the establishment of marine sanctuaries especially in Barangay Paltic to preserve nature’s richness and beauty. It is a potential site for diving and snokling. located 183 kilometers (114 miles) northeast of Manila. The entire town of Dingalan is mountainous due to its proximity to the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  Despite the rugged terrain, the town is accessible by bus, jeepneys, cars and other means of land transportation passing through Cabanatuan City, which is 65 kilometers away. Baler, the capital town can be reached by land on a five hour trip via Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, or Pantabangan-Canili Road and also by the sea on four hour motor banca ride. Continue reading

Dingalan Bay View Site in Aurora

Dingalan Bay View Site Tanawan Dingalan Aurora Barangay Nueva Ecija Hill Peak Elevation Mountain Panoramic Viewing Nipa Hut Town Water Rock Formation Photography Location Kilometer History Distance The Dingalan Bay View Site is located in Tanawan in Dingalan, Aurora Province. Tanawan, the name of the barangay where the Dingalan Viewing Deck is located, literally means “view site”. Upon approaching the border of Dingalan and Nueva Ecija, one passes through an area sloping upwards. At its peak is the Dingalan View Deck. Undeveloped, except for a solitary nipa hut and several electric poles, the area provides a panoramic view of the town and the waters of the Dingalan Bay, the green mountains and the igneous rock formations. Dingalan Bay is a total contrast from the hot, dry and brown environment of Nueva Ecija. One would be amazed by the almost sudden emergence of greenery that overlooks Dingalan upon reaching the Bay View Site. Dingalan Bay View Site is a perfect place for photography and picnicking. To get Continue reading

The Laktas Falls in Dingalan

Laktas Falls Ibona Dingalan Aurora Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide HistoryThe Laktas Falls is located in Ibona, Dingalan in Aurora Province. The Laktas Waterfalls is an ideal place for group gatherings and picnics because it has a wide swimming area. It is a perfect hideaway for families and friends who want private and quiet place and at the same time enjoy nature. Dingalan is located on the southernmost part of Aurora Province and is located 183 kilometers (114 miles) northeast of Manila. The entire town of Dingalan is mountainous due to its proximity to the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  Despite the rugged terrain, the town is accessible by bus, jeepneys, cars and other means of land transportation passing through Cabanatuan City, which is 65 kilometers away. Baler, the capital town can be reached by land on a five hour trip via Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, or Pantabangan-Canili Road and also by the sea on four hour Continue reading

The Lipit Picnic Area in Dingalan

Lipit Picnic Area Dingalan Aurora Grounds Location Campground Rest Upstream Ibona River Family Gathering Camping Site Weekend Getaway Distance Hiking Trail Barangay Info Kilometer Mountain View Info The Lipit Picnic Grounds is located in Ibona, Dingalan in Aurora Province. The Lipit Picnic Area is located in the upstream portion of the Ibona River. It is an attractive place for family gatherings and picnic during weekends. Dingalan in Aurora Province and is located 183 kilometers (114 miles) northeast of Manila. The entire town of Dingalan is mountainous due to its proximity to the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  Despite the rugged terrain, the town is accessible by bus, jeepneys, cars and other means of land transportation passing through Cabanatuan City, which is 65 kilometers away. Baler, the capital town can be reached by land on a five hour trip via Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, or Pantabangan-Canili Road and also by the sea on four hour motor banca ride. Continue reading

White Beach in Dingalan, Aurora

White Beach Paltic Dingalan Aurora Location Resort Seashells Coral Water Shells Surf Tide Ocean Swimming Snorkeling Scuba Diving Boat Rental Ride Tour Guide Visit Report Lobster Restaurant Distance White Beach is located in Paltic in Dingalan, Aurora Province. This two-kilometer long beach has numerous shells and corals scattered along the entire length of its southern half, which is approximately one kilometer long. The shore of White Beach is made up of coral reefs that gradually slope into the sea, and a bit farther from the shore is a sudden drop into the sea bottom. This area has a variety of undersea flora and fauna for divers to observe. Brain corals, sea urchins, hermit crabs and even an occasional lobster may be seen in the reef site. The northern half of the beach is of brownish white sand and is an excellent place for swimming. The whole White Beach area is bordered on the landward side by a long hillcrest with bushes and trees scattered from the foot to the top of the hill. Off-shore coral reef formations provide interesting spots for Continue reading

Sea Ranch in Dingalan

Sea Ranch Cabog Matawe Dingalan Aurora Cooperative Carp Attraction Location History Closure Hours Barangay Distance Barangay Description Resort Beach Visit Tour Guide Boat Rental Swimming Ocean Info Sea Ranch is located at Cabog in Barangay Matawe in Dingalan, Aurora Province. Sea Ranch was once a favorite tourist destination but was closed in the 1980’s and then handed over to the Matawe Cooperative after falling into the coverage of CARP. Now it regains its beauty. Tourists are now returning to visit Sea Ranch, especially during the summer season. Dingalan is mountainous due to its proximity to the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  Despite the rugged terrain, the town is accessible by bus, jeepneys, cars and other means of land transportation passing through Cabanatuan City, which is 65 kilometers away. Baler, the capital town can be reached by land on a five hour trip via Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, or Pantabangan-Canili Road and also by the sea on four hour motor banca ride. Continue reading

The Abungan Falls in Dingalan, Aurora

Abungan Falls Ibona Dingalan Aurora Location Waterfalls Size Length River Basin Stream Creek Park Distance Swimming Sierra Madre Mountain Range Hiking Trail History Distance Camping Water Stone Rock The Abungan Falls is located in Dingalan in Aurora Province. The Abungan Waterfalls is approximately 98 feet tall. Nature lovers will enjoy its fresh and cool water. The Abungan Falls is located in Barangay Ibona. Dingalan is located on the southernmost part of Aurora Province and is located 183 kilometers (114 miles) northeast of Manila. The entire town of Dingalan is mountainous due to its proximity to the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  Despite the rugged terrain, the town is accessible by bus, jeepneys, cars and other means of land transportation passing through Cabanatuan City, which is 65 kilometers away. Baler, the capital town can be reached by land on a five hour trip via Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, or Pantabangan-Canili Road and also by the sea on four hour motor banca ride. Continue reading

The Tabi Falls in Dingalan, Aurora

Tabi Falls Umiray Dingalan Aurora Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide History Ino The Tabi Falls are located in Umiray in Dingalan, Aurora Province. Tabi Falls is located 24 kilometers south of Dingalan. Tabi Falls is an attractive place for family picnic especially during weekends where they can also enjoy hiking. Getting to the waterfalls requires a 30-45 minute hike from Umiray. Dingalan is located in the southernmost part of Aurora Province and is located 183 kilometers (114 miles) northeast of Manila. The entire town of Dingalan is mountainous due to its proximity to the Sierra Madre Mountain Range.  Despite the rugged terrain, the town is accessible by bus, jeepneys, cars and other means of land transportation passing through Continue reading

Lamao Caves in Aurora

Lamao Caves Paltic Dingalan Aurora cavern beach rock location boat tour guide docking point banca entrance water Waterfalls underground stream Subterranean River shore beach location sea coral reef The Lamao Caves are a series of caverns located in Paltic, Dingalan in Aurora Province. There are about a dozen individual caves along the seaside cliffs of Paltic, and they are constantly pounded by the Pacific Ocean waves. A few mini-beaches serve as docking points for bancas and during the calmer months of April to June, one can maneuver a small banca inside the caves. Aside from a small waterfall that trickles outside one of the caves, the site would seem deceptively ordinary. A close inspection inside one of the caves, however, reveals a delightful natural waterfall gushing from an underground stream. Another cave showers water, giving the impression of an indoor rainstorm. The shore facing the cave steeply descends and is immediately immersed in the deep sea. Rare marine life such as giant turtles and some Continue reading