Cogon EcoTourism Park 1/9 by Tripoto
Rowhe Rodriguez
I'm a nature lover by default. This place has trees that you know have been there for years, maybe centuries. I enjoyed walking through the densely populated forest (jungle?) and was delighted to have the chance to climb up to a tree house in the canopy. The view from up there was a breathtaking. They also had a small aviary with different sorts of birds (one even growled like a dog) and a traditional dance performed by the indigenous tribe, the Subanen, of the area. At the end of their performance one of the performance was sweet enough to thank us for coming. She spoke to us in their native language and our guide translated.