The Eco-adventure Trails is an ecological and adventure tourism project of the Provincial Government of Tarlac through the office of the Sustainable Tourism Development Program. This program initially covers four municipalities with existing mountain and forest cover namely: Bamban, Capas, San Jose and Mayantoc.
The welcome arch of the Municipality of Bamban will amuse you. The gargantuan bridge of Bamban will captivate your eyes as the river flow underneath of it calms you giving the feeling of tranquility. Next, why not get down on your car and take a walk to take some stunning photos to the beautiful spots of Bamban. Hidden behind the big rocks from the mountains of Bamban is a paradise of flowing streams with fresh water. You can also fly-up high like an eagle as you cross the hanging bridge behind the tall trees of the place.
A first class highly-urbanized municipality in the province of Tarlac, Capas is known to be strategically located within the Luzon Urban Beltway and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac growth corridor which connects the province to both Subic Freeport Zone and Clark Special Economic Zone.
Mayantoc, a mountainous grandeur that slopes gently to the east with its isolated pocket hills and rolls ruggedly on its terrain to the west—has an average humidity of 70.08 degrees Celsius— that is relatively cool compared to other towns in the province of Tarlac, completing the atmosphere-like feel of Baguio City…
Tourism Kiosks or Registration Booths are spread out in eco-tourism jump-off sites across Bamban, Capas, San Jose, and Mayantoc to help in giving information to visitors who plan on doing day hikes or multi-day trips in eco-tourism adventure destinations.