Places to Visit in Tarlac

Camiling Parish Church
 The province of Tarlac is situated in Central Luzon, surrounded by the provinces of Zambales, Pangasinan, and Nueva Ecija; a 2 to 3 hours travel from Metro Manila. Tarlac is also one of the provinces that hold a huge part in Philippine history. When I visited part of this province, the wide rice fields and mountainous areas are very noticeable. The entire area, even the city, is surrounded by the relaxing green colors. Photo above is the St. Michael The Archangel Parish Church or the Camiling Parish Church.

Mt. Damas
Mt. Damas is still in debate if it’s really a minor or a major climb. Others would say it’s minor because of its elevation and others would say its a major one because of its trail type and technicalities. During our ascent, the entire journey was composed of an assault and river crossing. This mountain is also the home of eatas who protect the forest from illegal activities. Our story here: Mt. Damas

Ubod Falls
After the tiring trek on the trails of Mt. Damas, it's time to replenish your muscles with the cool pressurize water of Ubod falls. This destination is perfect for those who are looking for an extra adventure. By the way, it is a 120 feet water falls that is surrounded by plants, huge boulders and the area has a cool ambiance.