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BANSUD TOWN PLAZA: A PROFOUND RECREATIONAL PLACE

Sounds inevitable and controllable and changes came. An abandoned and former pasture of different big farm animals is now designed and developed into its finest craft. A combination of man-made and natural beauty captivates and catches the eye of every person even someone’s riding along the highway beside of it. The people of this town are also lucky due to the leisure moment provides and which brings a thankful feelings to the bona-fide citizens who were having different privileges enjoying of and in return is addressing to the responsible government officials who led and this recreational place was made possible. The town plaza of Bansud. Bansud is an ideal place for a quiet unwinding, discover, visit and trace its path into its humble past. Loosen up in its amiable beaches or be at peace with natural sorrounds that cater to the simplicity of its people life. It’s proven that the Bansud town plaza is incomparable because its not only the people of Bansud themselves captivates in this place yet the other people from neighboring towns. The breeze of cool air provides elimination of stress and depression while staring and glancing the momentum ambiance. The town plaza of Bansud does not only for recreational purposes but it’s also for culminating activities.During town fiesta, town anniversary and a lot more. It serves as an ideal place to conduct or to launch the different important town related activities. The main attraction of the town of Bansud is the newly established Municipal Park and plaza. Its components are the children’s playground, open amphitheater and the life-size monument of the Philippine National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, dubbed as “RIZAL” the intellectual. The imposing Bansud New Municipal Hall Building and the prominent flagpoles harmoniously served as background of the municipal hall.

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Tamaraw Falls in San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro

Tamaraw Falls can be found in Barangay Villaflor near the city of San Teodoro. It is a 423-foot natural wonder because it is found along the road. It consists of a series of smaller waterfalls which converge to the main waterfalls cascading down to the waterbed below. This provides one of the most breathtaking sights to behold. At Tamaraw Falls cool mountain waters plummet 30m into a natural pool beside the road, run under a stone bridge into two constructed swimming pools, then flow out again into a jungle gorge. The Tamaraw Falls are popular on the weekend, especially on Sunday when admission is free, but during the week you can just about have them to yourself. Bring a packed lunch and enjoy the views; thatched shelters, perched on the edge of the pools, are available for picnicking. There are toilets, and a kiosk at the entrance selling snacks, soft drinks and beer. The falls are 14km from Puerto Galera on the rough, mountainous road to Calapan – only the first 7km of which is paved. To get there, catch a Calapan-bound jeepney from near the Petron service station (around P25, 40 minutes). Most tricycle drivers will do the trip only on a full-day charter basis. The falls derived its name from a species of buffalo which can only be found in Oriental Mindoro. It is among the countrys endangered species as it is being hunted by people who are after its meat. Proclamation No. 692, signed in 2004, made October 1 a special working holiday in the province in celebration of the Tamaraw Conservation Month. Tamaraw Falls is fifteen kilometers from the town proper. There is a resort found at the foot of the falls and for a minimal fee, guests can refresh themselves at its cool and clean waters.…

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Mount Halcon in Baco, Oriental Mindoro

Mount Halcon is a mountain located in the island of Mindoro in the Philippines. Its height of 2,586 m[1] (8,482 ft) makes it the 18th highest peak in the Philippines. Its slopes have earned it the title to be the most difficult mountain to climb in the country. Mt. Halcon is home to the indigenous Alangan Mangyans. It thick vegetation is also home to exotic flora and fauna, including the critically endangered Mindoro Bleeding-heart which is endemic in the area,[4] and the stick insect Conlephasma enigma, which was first described in 2012. Mount Halcon is the fourth highest mountain in the Philippines. It is found in the municipality of Baco in the province of Oriental Mindoro, the eastern half of Mindoro Island which is part of the region known as Mimaropa. Running from north to south, the mountain creates a natural boundary between the province and Occidental Mindoro. With a height of 2,586 meters above sea level, it experiences frequent rains and occasional flash floods. Because of this hazard, it is generally considered by mountaineers to be the most difficult mountain to climb in the Philippines.

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