Dinalungan is the least populated municipality in the province. It boasts of several natural attractions, which the Department of Tourism has designated as national tourist spots.
Getting to Dinalungan Take a boat from Baler town proper and head north. Approximately 4.5 hours.
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History Formerly a barrio of Casiguran, the municipality of Dinalungan was created in 1966. It is bounded on the north by the Dinalungan River, on the south by the Dinadiawan Creek, on the west by the provinces of Quezon and Nueva Vizcaya, and on the east by Casiguran Sound.
Attractions The municipality of Dinalungan is located between the mountains of Dipaculao and Casiguran. Trees abound in
its mountain areas, where forests and falls dominate the landscape, and rare exotic birds, such as the endangered Philippine Eagle, soar over untrammeled coastline. Because of its variety of natural attractions, the area is ideal for nature trekking.