Last October 20 this year, Me & my family got to experience fiesta in my hometown after 10 years. When i started working i never got to be home and celebrate fiesta from then..

One of those place we want to see is this.. ” Basura Garden ” #proudbaleten-on

In 1804, the “pueblo” or municipality of Balete was founded. The town was named, as the stories tell us, after the namesake tree that grew in its heart.

Balete is a 4th-class municipality in the eastern part of the province, 21-km southeast of Kalibo, 106-km southeast of Caticlan, and 35 km from the provincial seaport in New Washington. It is also 65-km north of Roxas City and 155-km north of Iloilo City. On a trip from Kalibo to Iloilo and vice versa, one cannot miss Balete. The municipality is composed of ten barangays, nine of which are in a mountainous area.

For those looking for eco adventures or who loves art should definitely consider visiting Balete, Aklan. The residents take pride of their Basura Garden, which obviously now one of the tourist wants to go to.

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MR. CIPRIANO Lachica, Owner
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if you happen to be in Aklan or on your way to Boracay.. an hour or Two is perfect.. why not give it a try to go here. #EnchantingBalete

https://www.facebook.com/basura.garden

You may also contact Southwest Tours (Boracay), Inc to arrange a complete package for you:

southwesttoursboracay.com

📧transfers@southwesttoursboracay.com – +63 999 994 4966 & +63 917 322 1901 (KALIBO)
📧bookings@southwesttoursboracay.com – +63 947 891 1658 & +63 917 568 2441 (ONLINE)
📧reservations@southwesttoursboracay.com – +63 999 9906070 / +63 917 7238035 (MAKATI)
PS: I would like to say Thank you to Uncle Pere, Auntie Nening, Patrick & Dave Lachica for giving us time to take these photos even their close when we arrived there but still manage to assist us. Cant thank you enough. All the best for the Family.

 

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