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The newly separated provinces of Kalinga and Apayao are home to forests, mountain ranges, waterfalls, winding rivers and rice terraces as well as the Kalinga and Isneg communities. Its been said that when the two provinces were still one, the geographical boundaries resembled a profile of a former president.

In Apayao is the Apayao River (which is ideal for whitewater rafting), the Agamatan wildlife sanctuary, and the church ruins of Pudtol. Marvel at the wondrous sights at the Agora, Agamata, and Anag-Sicapo wildlife sanctuaries. Scale the heights of Mount Solo, the highest peak in Apayao. Discover Anganupan, Nalvo, Purit, and countless other caves.

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