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All About The 7 Wonders of Malay, Aklan

All About The 7 Wonders of Malay, Aklan

Recently, Village Pipol Magazine went to Boracay with Beyond Escape Travel and Tours. During the trip, we had a three-day trip with Travel Tayo and Kasel Travel. The three travel agencies accommodated us and helped us learn more about Boracay. And, one of the things that we learned is that there is actually something called 7 Wonders of Malay

All About The 7 Wonders of Malay, Aklan

The whole world knows about Boracay Island. However, little does anyone know that the town of Malay has more to offer and a lot of places. 

#1 Malay Ecological Park

Just a ten-minute ride by public or private vehicle from Caticlan Jetty Port, you can go to Malay Ecological Park. It is a rural eco-tourism attraction located at Barangay Argao with a total of 8,010 square meters and 35 meters inclined. With 65 stairs going up, it is a scenic place overlooking Boracay Island. 

#2 Nagata Falls in Nabaoy

Just a 30-minute ride from Caticlan Jetty Port, Nagata Falls remains magnificent falls and the highest among the other waterfalls in the municipality. You can go there and cross five rivers, and explore the scenic and untouched nature. You can feel its tranquility and also feel amazed by its splendor. 

#3 Nabaoy River

Nabaoy River is located in Barangay Nabaoy. Just a 30-minute ride from Caticlan Jetty Port, the river remains a serene place recommended for bonding and small get-togethers. With native huts alongside, the locals offer native dishes and delicacies at affordable rates. You can also refresh your day by swimming and rafting in the calm and crystal clear waters. 

#4 Agnaga Mini Falls and #5 Cold Springs in Brgy. Kabulihan

A thirty-minute ride from Caticlan Jetty Port can get you to Agnaga Mini Falls and Cold Spring. Aside from that, you can also experience the mini-falls and its truly natural gift. Beat the summer heat with the cold spring and its inviting water. 

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#6 Pangihan Cave

Pangihan Cave is a wildlife sanctuary in Barangay Poblacion in Malay, Aklan. With a total area of 5,001 square meters, it has eight connecting chambers with glittering stalactites and stalagmites. The cave has narrow corridors, opening up to huge and spacious chambers that serve as home to thousands of native bats called kuyapnit nesting in the cracks and crevices. It’s just a thirty-minute ride from Caticlan Jetty port to Malay Municipal Hall wherein you can pay the entrance fee before proceeding to the cave. 

#7 Naasug Point

You can get a thirty-minute ride from Caticlan Jetty Port and fifteen minutes from Barangay Poblacion to Barangay Naasug proper. you can get to Naasug Point. From there, you may approach locals for a motorcycle ride if you choose and you can transport from there. Tourists from Boracay Island, on the other hand, may visit the place via sea crafts from the island. It is a 120-feet vertical cliff adjacent to the sea located in Barangay Naasug. Plus, it has a white beach and underwater resources. It truly is amazing and worthy for sightseeing, swimming, and scuba diving. It also has a virgin forest and cave that remain a sanctuary to wildlife. 

Learn more about the 7 Wonders of Malay in Aklan and book your accommodations with Beyond Escape Travel and Tours. Contact them through Facebook, or email, or you can contact them through their number 09479925926. 

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