Biak-na-Bato served as the headquarters of the Philippine revolutionary government under Emilio Aguinaldo until the so-called Biak-na-Bato Pact was signed on November 18, 1897. Declared a national park in 1937, the mountainous terrain lies under a forest canopy and comprises a network of streams, limestone boulders and more than 100 caves. You may explore the national park with the assistance of a local guide. A couple of hours drive takes you from Manila to Biak-na-Bato.
Attractions & Landmarks, Sports and the Outdoors