Bulabog Puti-An National Park Travel Guide
Bulabog Putian National Park is a sizeable protected rainforest to the north of Iloilo City on Panay Island in the Visayas. It has an amazing display of foliage and is pockmarked with dozens of caves.
The caves are the main asset of the park for most visitors, who need to do some serious trekking to get to the best of them. Some of the caves were used during the Spanish occupational period of the Philippines as a hideout for the revolutionary forces in Iloilo. Various texts adorn the walls of some of the caves. The walk to the caves goes over striking limestone rocks.
Also in the park is the hundred year old Dingle Church which was constructed using limestone rock within the park. The park itself covers around 850 hectares of pristine forested land where you can lose yourself year-round.
Getting There & Away
Iloilo City is the gateway to Panay, with flights coming in from Cebu City and Manila on a daily basis. Flight time from Manila Domestic Airport is around an hour. Ferries terminate at Iloilo City’s main pier from all over the Visayas Islands. Bulabog Putian National Park is an hour or so north along McArthur Drive and can be reached by a combination of jeepney and tricycle.