The Aurora Province, located on the East-Central part of Luzon Island, is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. The province is generally mountainous, covering the eastern portion of the Sierra Madre Mountains, and boasts a coastline that spans 332 kilometres in length.
Aurora is blessed with an abundance of tourist attractions. Historical sites such as the home and resthouse of former Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon can be found here. The province also has a beautiful Catholic church and several historical markers. Its natural attractions include picturesque waterfalls, lush greenery on mountainsides, and panoramic beaches.
Adventure enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of activities such as surfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, mountain climbing, and trekking. The social life is a mixture of old traditions of the natives and modern arts. So the displeasing dances of former head hunters can be admired, as well as the work of highly talented artists of today’s time.
The population lives predominantly on farming and skilled crafts. Engaged scientists work out solutions for eco-logical lasting ways of managing agriculture and increasing the conservation management. The influence of Spanish conquerors in Aurora’s history is still present at many places through the architectural style of historic buildings. Also, a big part of the population is Catholic.
Not many people know about Aurora Province, but that could soon change. A new documentary, Exploring Aurora, showcases the beauty and wonder of this underrated province. Join us on a journey of discovery as we delve deep into the hidden treasures of Aurora. Watch Exploring Aurora today and experience the enchanting beauty of this hidden gem.