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“This walking tour will give you an interesting day through nature appreciation, Philippine Long Tailed Macaques encounter and a short hike to the viewing deck that will give you a glimpse of the Protected Landscape from above.” – The Boholana
Join TheBoholana in her adventures around the scenic Bohol.
Magsaysay Park in Bilar Bohol is famous for their “too friendly” Philippine Long Tailed Macaques. But, this place is in fact much more than these monkeys.
Magsaysay Park, located in Riverside Bilar, Bohol is just a small portion of Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape (RSPL). RSPL is an area of forested limestone hills, grasslands and natural springs and is the largest remaining zone of natural forest in Bohol which includes parts of the towns of Carmen, Sierra Bullones, Garcia Hernandez, Valencia, Dimiao, Bilar and Batuan.
I have special attachment to this place since this is one of the places that made me love the outdoors. During college days, I usually visit the place at least once a year for outdoor organization activities or just random trip with friends.
I’ve always wondered how the place is underappreciated despite the vast experiences and learning it could offer.
I hope this blog will make…
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