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PAG-ASA QUEST
 
A two-day trek to northtern peak of Sablayan which begins with an encounter with the Mangyan tribes of So. Pandurucan.
Feel the cool splash of crystal waters of Pandurucan Falls and river and relax among an ambiance of cool air of the Mindoro
Pines for an overnight camp.



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SIBURAN EXPERIENCE

See for youself the largest remaining lowlands forest in Mindoro Island and come across with rich forest wildlife species of floras
and faunas. Enliven bird watching, fishing, sight-seeing and canoeing at the scenic Libuao Lake located at the heart of Sablayan
Prison and Penal Farm.



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AGSULI ECO STROLL

A one-day tour and trek at the hills of Mt. Agsuli and explore the Carungcaban Cave, abode of bats. Visit the Sablayan Eco-Park
for further appreciation of nature and concern for the environment.





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APO REEF EXPERIENCE

Enjoy the underwater paradise though diving and snorkelling. Glance at its great coral gardens, colourful fishes and rich marine 
wildlife.Walk along century-old mangroves leading to a still lagoon. Experience the two hour boat cruising watching dolphins.
See for yourself the white sandy beaches, ideal for recreation and camping. For two days and one night, experience the Apo
Reef Natural Park.



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TAMARAW QUEST

Take a four-day tour to Mts. Iglit-Baco Natioral Park, an important biodiversity site of Sablayan, home to the Mangyan tribes
and sanctuary to " Bubalus Mindorensis" or Tamaraw found nowhere else in the world. Refresh yourself at the cool waters of Magawang River.



 
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Mindoro Dwarf Buffalo
(Bubalus mindorensis)
is a small hoofed mammal belonging to the family Bovidae. It is endemic to the island of Mindoro in the Philippines and is the only endemic Philippine bovine. It is believed, however, to have once also thrived on the greater island of Luzon..
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The first inhabitants of Mindoro. They belong to the Malay race. Like most natives in the Philippines, these people are short with snub noses and brown complexion.

Among the seven clans - Alangan, Buhid, Iraya, Hanunuo, Tadyaoan, Ratagnon and Batangan occupying the land, Batangas and the Alangans inhabit Sablayan, a town in the mid-western portion of the island.
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