The Manleluag Spring Protected Landscape is a protected area containing natural hot springs in the Ilocos Region of the Philippines. It is one of 34 protected landscapes in the Philippines located in the municipality of Mangatarem, Pangasinan in the west-central area of the island of Luzon.
Manleluag spring is a set of two ophiolitic hot springs, near the 923-foot (281 m)-tall extinct volcano Mount Malabobo, and is located in the rural barangay of Malabobo in Mangatarem municipality, some 180 kilometres north from Manila. It is part of the Mangatarem forest which straddles the provinces of Pangasinan, Zambales and Tarlac in the Zambales Mountain Range. The area has low to rolling and moderately steep slopes with an average elevation of 1,033 feet (315 m). The park is crossed by two rivers, the Baracbac and Basican rivers.
The park was converted into a protected landscape area in 2004 and now has a total area of 1,935.17 hectares (4,781.9 acres) and a buffer zone area of 965.09 hectares (2,384.8 acres). It is one of only two protected areas in Pangasinan, the other being the Hundred Islands National Park.
Manleluag Hot Spring National Park
Location: Pangasinan-Tarlac Rd. 2413 Mangatarem, Pangasinan
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