Looking For Cheap But Awesome Nature Adventure In Tarlac? Visit Tibagan, Tarlac City!


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Blogged By: Era Nunag

Photos: Patrick Panag

Tibagan is one of the Barangay in Tarlac City. The Tibagan river is one of the hidden falls in Tarlac that other "Tarklakenyo didn't know or undiscovered.

The rise of low-cost carriers had made this world a lot smaller and interesting destinations closer. The distant islands north and south have become easily accessible to Philippines-dwellers, who are eager to escape the heat of the city to a paradise that can give them a relaxing and exciting affair with nature. (Or, in some cases, just an affair.) Flying is relatively cheap now. But with all the surcharges, taxes, terminal fees, and the cost of land or boat transfers, the trip that is opened at an airport can still be quite heavy on the pocket.

Tibagan  River may be just another River to many but it is the getting there that makes a visit an unforgettable experience.

There’s a thrill-seeking explorer in everyone just raring to come out. But for the lot of us with “normal” jobs, our days are usually spent behind a desk without having so much as a glimpse of the sun.

So when the long weekends and holidays come rolling around, the usual thing to do now is to book a flight away from the concrete jungle or to make a long drive to a place where nature is abundant. We then come back to the office feeling a bit more refreshed but also with an itch for another adventure.

Tibagan Mountain is a great place to start for wannabe mountaineers. The 811-meter climb is challenging enough to get your heart pumping, but not too difficult that you can’t make it all the way up. A tour guide isn’t even necessary for the trek because it’s a straightforward route.
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