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Baler has become really popular lately. Many show interest in visiting Aurora’s capital anytime soon. And when you travel, one of the things that you need to secure weeks prior your visit is your accommodation. Hence, I created a list hotels, resorts, and homestays where you can choose from. Learn from me. When I decided to visit Baler, I immediately searched online, and then contacted hotels and lodges just five days Read more

We extended our contract with Kuya Erwin and Bernie and paid ₱100 less, as a discount. Since we had an awesome day 1 with them, we hired their services again, anticipating for another great tour. Technically, our day 2 in Baler is the Day 3 of our Minalungao-Baler tour series. The two joiners, Jo Anne and Francis, who accompanied us in the second half of our first day in Baler Read more

One Monday morning, I suddenly thought of travelling to Baler. I considered going alone but upon thinking of the expenses, I became reluctant. I did some research and presented the itinerary with the corresponding expenses to my office mates. I also included a day side trip to Minalungao National Park in the list of the things to do. Five of them confirmed to join me, while two others promised to follow Read more

Smack in the middle of the town of Baler stands the birthplace of the Philippines’ First Lady during the commonwealth government (1935 to 1944), Doña Aurora Aragon-Quezon. The house had undergone some major restoration but the original details and design were not altered. It retained its “bahay kubo” look featuring fine hardwood walls and nipa (Palmer’s grass) roof. Below are the photos inside and around the famed ancestral house in Read more

The two Diguisit Falls are only two of the four falls to check in Baler and its neighboring towns. Yes – Diguisit falls has two versions and both are comprised of more than three contiguous cascades breaking through the large boulders. The only difference is the volume of the flow wherein the smaller one has significantly thinner down-flow. The distance between the two falls is just few hundred meters. When Read more

Aside from surfing, people visit Baler to see other natural attractions. One of them is the Ditumabo Falls which sits on a hill in San Luis, a neighboring municipality. Ditumabo Falls is popularly known as Mother Falls because it is the biggest of the four falls around Baler. The other three are: Caunayan, Diguisit, and another Diguisit falls, which is smaller. Other geographical notes indicate that it is the province’s largest. Read more