Philippine Rivers

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  • Balaong River

    San Miguel, Bulacan - In the middle of the historical Biak-na-Bato National Park and caves

  • Cagayan de Oro River

    Misamis Oriental - Synonymous with whitewater rafting and natural boundary that divides Bukidnon, Iligan City, and Cagayan de Oro

  • Dapitan River

    Dapitan, Zamboanga Del Norte - Dapit means "invite" in Cebuano. And this river is just inviting for a cruise that will end with a sunset.

  • Enchanted River

    Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur - A deep blue and mysterious river with unknown beginning

  • Igbolo River

    Igbaras, Iloilo - A river with Nadsadjan Falls as the source of the stream

  • Iloilo River

    Iloilo - While the river ends in the Iloilo Strait, it is within its bank where the nightlife starts.

  • Iwahig River

    Puerto Princesa, Palawan - If we could see a gathering of roaming fireflies around the river, it means the surroundings are way cleaner.

  • Loboc River

    Loboc, Bohol - A clean green river and home of the cruising restaurant and singing choir

  • Madlum River

    San Miguel, Bulacan - The starting point of Mt. Manalmon hike where you can choose your adventure - via raft or via monkey bridge!

  • Pinacanauan River

    PeƱablanca, Cagayan - Just below the famous Callao Cave is a clean green river to refresh the energy drained from spelunking

  • Puerto Princesa Underground River

    Puerto Princesa, Palawan - Hailed as one of the world's new Seven Wonders of Nature.

  • Rio Grande de Cagayan

    Cagayan Valley - The longest and the largest river in the Philippines traversing Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, Isabela and Cagayan.

  • Tinipak River

    Daraitan, Tanay, Rizal - The cleanest river nearest to Manila where you can find naturally tinipak or carved rocks