There’s more to Nueva Ecija than ricefields
What’s there to see in Nueva Ecija? When one is faced with this question, the first thing that would instantly come into our minds would be ricefields, vast ricefields. The provice is is know as the Ricebowl of the Philippines since it is the biggest rice producer in Central Luzon.
Unknown to many, including Nueva-Ecijanos themselves, the province has other interesting natural attractions to offer. One of which is the Minalunago National Park. The park is located at the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain range, in sitio Minalungao in the town of Papaya (officially called Municipality of General Tinio).
The park features the Peñaranda River with its crystal clear emerald waters and the limestone walls towering to up to 16 meters. Guides are available at the park to ensure your safety as you explore the area. Swimming here is a unique experience since it is one of the remaining cleanest bodies of water in Central Luzon.
For directions on how to get to there, read our full feature article Minalungao to put Nueva Ecija on Philippine Tourism Map
Tags: River, Fresh Water, Sierra Madre
Pinas Muna is a Filipino travel blog created to promote the Philippines as a travel destination by featuring its beautiful landscapes, its rich culture, its vibrant festivals, its delightful culinary treasures, its fun-loving and hospital people, and its world-class products. Behind the blog are Ram and Ed, both based in Manila, who share the same passion for travel. Through this blog, we do not only promote tourism in our country but we also help in the growth of home-based enterprises and small-scale businesses involved in the tourism sector.