Mt. Pulag is considered as the 3rdd highest mountain in the Philippines and the highest in Luzon. It is considered one of the most beautiful National Parks in the country due to its majestic summit, atypical rain forest mountain, and changing hues of rolling hills depending on the season, similar to Bohol’s Chocolate Hills. Picture taken with a 35mm film camera, point and shoot Canon AS-1.
The rice terraces in the Cordillera Mountain Province is one of the Philippines UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Batad, a village a couple of hours away from the more commonly known Banaue Rice Terraces, has well-preserved ampitheater-like terraces rising to the mountaintops.
Nestled deep into the mountains of Ifugao, where one of the UNESCO heritage site, Batad can be found, is another bonus attraction – The Tappia Falls. The one hour hike from Batad Village along rice paddies and narrow trails is both scenic and rewarding. The falls has a great height and inviting pool perfect for cooling down after that trek.