Location: Off the coast of Barangay Zabali, Baler, Aurora
Locals and tourists visit these two bullet-like islets for snorkeling and scuba diving. The place is a notable spot where Kingfishers, gulls, and hawks stay while they look out for fish.
Location: Brgy. Real, San Luis, Aurora
A mass of ferns surrounds the springs, which stretch up to a hundred meters toward the source of the spring. The spring itself is bound by natural terraced steps.
Location: Brgy. Borlongan, Dipaculao, Aurora
Gray pebbles and smooth, fist-size stones cover the whole stretch of the beach.
Location: Brgy. Cemento, Baler, Aurora
White sand, seashells, and crushed corals fill up the stretch of Cemento Beach. It is a surfer’s haven from October to February, when waves tower up to 14 feet high. Snorkeling and wall diving is recommender here during summer season.
Location: San Luis, Aurora
Approximately 140 ft. high, the falls is surrounded by huge cliffs, covered with green shrubbery and vines. The water from the falls twists among rock and boulders.
Location: Off the coast of Barangay Cemento, Baler, Aurora
This serves as the point identifying the southernmost tip of Baler Bay. During low tide, this islet becomes a peninsula, of sorts, where one could walk and wade from the reef shore to this natural rock formation.
Location: Brgy. Zabali, Baler, Aurora
The upper landward shore is mostly sand, while the water shores are barricades of corals forming a protective reef that prevents strong waves of the Pacific from smashing onto the shore.
Location: Baler, Aurora
It is a statue of dead Jesus Christ encased in a glass casket. In a makeshift wooden chapel. Locals believe that the statue is a channel of Christ’s miraculous powers.
Location: Poblacion, Casiguran, Aurora
Ermita Hill is known as a sacred haven for religious activities by devotees of the Miraculous Mother Mary, of whom a life-size statue is situated in a grotto on top of the hill.
/ Suman Festival
Place: Baler, Aurora
Date: February 14 - 19
The weeklong celebration commemorating the birth of Aurora Quezon is highlighted by the Moro-moro Zarzuela, a combined presentation of drama and dance, called the Zarzuela, with the Moro-Moro or Moslem-Christian conflict as the main storyline. During the festival, main streets and homes are decked with suman (sweetened rice concoction).
From Manila, enter the North Expressway at Balintawak and exit at Sta. Rita Bulacan. From there, follow the highway leading to Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija. From Cabanatuan City Proper, follow signs leading to the Baler-Bongabon highway which leads to Aurora.
For commuters, provincial buses are available, with routes Manila to Baler or Manila to Cabanatuan, and then change busses bound for Baler.
There are direct flights from Manila to Baler but will actually land on San Luis airfield. Travel time is about 45 minutes.