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Biak na Bato National Park, San Miguel
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Biak na Bato National Park is located in San Miguel. Plan your Biak na Bato National Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in San Miguel using our San Miguel travel itinerary maker.
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The national park is a must visit in San Miguel. Beautiful clear rivers flows across the park covered with lush greenery. But u can't really take a plunge just anywhere in the river, there's a specifi... read more »
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PROS: Beautiful place. The caves and views were amazing. Enjoyed my one-day tour here with a friend. Arrived at around 11:00am or 12noon I guess, explored the place for 3 hours. With the help of a tou... read more »
Going to this place can give you a wonderful thoughts on how the Filipino maintain the historic place like this,Just a reminder that you need to schedule your visits here with a nice weather to enjoy ... read more »
Drive Carefully, as tricyle and motorcycle make sudden turns on highways. Lots of trucks with heavy loads and heavy traffic. Well paved roads. The National Park itself need more support from the goverment for the preservation. Natural rock formations Tall Trees, bats Adult php 30.00 Student/senior php 20.00 NO TOUR GUIDE NO ENTRY POLICY Tour Guide fee php 150~300 very friendly Parking (light vehicle) php 40.00 Bring water and dont forget to fully charge your camera. If you are a nature enthusist, nice place. cool weather Not advisable during wet season. Paved trail with railings safe. Children not so advisable.
One of the beautiful place in san miguel, bulacan…
Best to go during week days when the caves aren't over crowded. Local guides were very helpful and friendly. Cost is 150 PHP per cave + tips. You don't need any special equipment to visit the caves as they're of very easy access. You basically walk in and out, there's very little crawling and no climbing at all, except perhaps for the bats cave which we haven't entered. Reminder to bring a little torch as it can get quite dark and loads of mosquito repellent.
A place where so much history has hidden. Very natural place and maintained. Though not accessible on wet days due to mud. 20 petot foe entrance and 200 for guide for first timers(recommended).
I luv this place.
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