Sagada Province

Sagada is one of the six municipalities in the province of Mountain Province, known for its tranquil and undisturbed beauty.

What to See in Sagada?

Sagada, even though small, is blessed with natural resources and historical sites. Make sure not to miss these places when you visit the province.

Bomod-Ok Falls
Bomod-Ok Falls is one of the popular tourist attractions in Sagada. This falls is located in Banga-an, 45 minutes to an hour walk from the town proper. Read more>>

Men and Flowers

"Flowers have an expression of countenance as much as men or animals. Some seem to smile; some have a sad expression; some are pensive and diffident; others again are plain, honest and upright, like the broad-faced sunflower and the hollyhock." ~Henry Ward Beecher
How men and flowers are alike? Generally speaking, men and flowers are very alike. Both have different characteristics, types and descriptions. 

Museo It Akean

Museo de Akean is the province private museum housing the rich history of the province. Aklan being the oldest province in the Philippines is very rich of many wonderful cultures and histories.
It showcases the memorabilia of the Archbishop Grabiel M. Reyes. Jars, potteries, pina textiles, religious relics and other artifacts from Spanish era are displayed in there too.

I was not able to explore the museum when we went there because it's closed. But It's another reason why I would love to come back to Kalibo. To know and see the remnants of Aklan's history. 

The museum is located adjacent to the Kalibo Cathedral and near the Pastrana Park. 

Pastrana Park

Pastrana Park was declared by the local government as a municipal archaeological site because of its major significance to the town.

Kalibo Hotel

Kalibo Hotel is a family owned hotel that gives guests a home-like stay in Kalibo since 1995. It's your home away from home. The decorations and the ambiance really give you that homey feeling.

Kalibo Cathedral (Cathedral of St. John the Baptist)

Kalibo Cathedral, officially known as Cathedral of St. John the Baptist was constructed in 1804 after moving from it's original location in Barrio Laguinbanwa in Numancia.
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