Water Forms

Off The Beaten Paths: 4 Fantastic Land Formations You Need to See

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Choose Philippines | Nov 20, 2016
Numerous breathtaking mountains and volcanoes balance out the richness of water forms that can be found in the Philippines. Ascending its peak or simply trekking to reach these elevated land forms can be exhausting. Conquering its summit and seeing the magnificent view below however, will be worth every muscle and joint pain experienced. 
 
If you are acrophobic though or simply intimidated by the thought of scaling heights but are interested nonetheless in stepping out of your comfort zone, perhaps you would like to begin with these land forms.
 
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
Are you currently in Ilocos? Do a side trip. An adventure up north means stopping over to see the astonishing pure white limestone formations that will mesmerize you completely. Kapurpurawan was molded due to decades of combined oceanic and weather forces. 
 
Cave Town, Mabinay Negros Oriental
More than 400 caves can be found in Mabinay, Negros Oriental. Popularly known as "Cave Town", curiosity will lead you to diverse caves that will surely give you a thrilling yet one of a kind adventure. Go spelunking and discover these caves one at a time. 
 
Baga Cave, Davao
There are numerous folklores and legends about Baga Cave that would entice you to explore its chambers. Either you opt for the short route or finish going thru the entire cave in four hours, you will truly discover something magical before heading out. 
 
Maligcong Rice Terraces
Aside from the spectacular Banaue Rice Terraces, there's a miniature creation concealed in the mountains of Maligcong. Have a stroll with the provincial dogs at the beautiful rice terraces and witness the locals' way of life. 
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