Within the province of Aurora lies the town of Baler - Luzon's newest eco-tourism hub offering adventure seeking travelers the most exciting and memorable holiday experience.
Add culture and history into your trip to Baler. Constructed in 1611, the Baler Church served as the last pocket of Spanish resistance against the American troops.
Located in the town’s center is the Aurora Aragon Quezon House, a landmark built in honor of the wife of former President Quezon.
Aurora Aragon Quezon House
Museo de Baler houses artifacts and memorabilia during the American, Spanish and Japanese era.
Museo de Baler
Former President Manuel L. Quezon
Museo de Baler
See the statue that represents the families who sought refuge up the Ermita Hill, formerly known as Point Baja, during a powerful tsunami which wiped out the entire old town of Baler in the mid-17th century.
Statue built in honor of the surviving families
who sought refuge up the Ermita Hill
At the same hill begins a thrilling adventure with nature. As you enjoy the spectacular view of the sea, spend a relaxing moment with family and friends atop the towering Ermita Hill. Dicasalarin Cove, a secluded paradise, offers a majestic view of the sea and mountains.
One of Baler’s leading attractions is the Balete Park – home to the huge, almost a thousand-year old Banyan tree.
Finally, head to Baler’s most famous beach destinations -- where aficionado and amateur surfers, can experience the adrenaline rush from riding the waves.
Go on a vacation that’s out of the ordinary as you discover THE charm and adventure in Baler.
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