Named after the paniki or fruit bats that used to be abundant in the area, Panikian Lake has nipa huts and basic rope courses ideal for group gatherings, canoeing, fishing, and bird/bat watching. Located beside the national highway in San Agustin, those traveling north from San Jose and other southern towns can easily park across the street from the lake and stop to enjoy it even for an hour.
- Environmental Fee- Local Tourist Php.55/PAX, Sablayeno- Php. 25.00 (present a valid ID indicating residency in Sablayan)
- Tour Guide (optional) – Fee- Php. 1,000/day/group
For other inquiries, you may contact us (Sablayan Tourism Office/Sablayan Tourist Information and Assistance Center) at the following:
Hotline: 0998 546 5917/0995 812 6902
Landline: (043) 458 0028
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