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Our guide told us that the people of Baler fled up this hill during the tsunami in the 1700s that nearly wiped off Baler from the face of the earth.
Today though it's a haven for tourists looking for some great views of the bay....More
Ermita Hill is one of the highest places in Baler. There, you will be treated to a fabulous panoramic view of Baler’s lengthy and pristine coastline, the bay itself, and the Pacific Ocean farther on, with its crystal clear blue water seemingly enticing you to...More
Ermita Hill was historically the place of settlement of the people in Baler when “Tromba Marina” devastated the whole municipality last December 27, 1735. Beside from its interesting history, it provides a magnificent view of Baler Bay, Diguisit Beach and Aniao Islets.
Ermita Hill reminds me of Kamay ni Hesus in Quezon Province; long flight of stairs to a big cross. Problem is, I only thought of the similarities more than a day after my visit. If people knew what to expect then they’ll visit and make...More
Out of all my travelling experience, this trip proved to be the most budget friendly of all. Boat ride is Php5(!) only one way. The locals told us that we could actually reach this via mini sandbar (5min walk) if its a low tide. Reaching...More
Our tour guide informed us that Ermita Hill is the place where the only 7 families which survived the deadly Tsunami of Dec. 1735, sought refuge to safety. There are signs going up to this place informing that this is the place to go if...More
Relaxing in the viewing deck is my favorite part. You get to see a great view of the ocean and the mountains plus the formation of clouds.
This is the highest part in Baler so in case there's a tsunami this is the safest place...More
First thing I notice in this place is that it seems to have the feels of Tagaytay, only, it is hot. There were a lot of big trees, a nice view of the ocean and there are some cottages for picnics. Historically, it was interesting...More
To find this attraction, you have to drive slowly not to missed since there was no signage, the area was not clean full of dried leaves and trashes too. But we managed to stop and have photos with these statues of families .