Nueva Vizcaya’s Dalton Pass

During the final stages of the Second World War, the Dalton pass or Balete pass served as the only passage to the mountain range of Northern Luzon. It has been a witness to the death of almost 17,000 Japanese and Filipino Soldiers. Today, it is now an observation deck where tourists can wonder at the majestic Cordillera mountain range and reminisce history too.

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Don’t forget to buy zesty Rattan fruits and rattan handicrafts for pasalubong!

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Happy sembreak!

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