The people of Antique have long respected and protected its natural wealth, as they have long understood that their existence is inextricably tied to the world around them. Malumpati Watershed and Forest is proof of the townspeople's resolve to maintain their harmony with nature.
The Malumpati Forest, a declared municipal watershed and park, is the home of the most endangered hornbills in the world, the Visayan Writhed-billed Hornbil” (Aceros waldeni), locally known as the dulungan, and also the Visayan Tarictic Hornbill (Penelopides Panini) locally known as tirik. These hornbills can only be found in Panay and in Negros. Various rare butterflies, endangered and endemic bird species also abound the forest.
Sitio Malumpati, Brgy. Guia, Pandan, Antique
Here is the list of beach resorts that offer rooms for everyone who wants to stay in the town. The resorts are located in the town of Pandan.
Location: Barangay Dionela, Pandan, Antique
- Phaidon Villas and Resort
Location: Pandan, Brgy. Tingib, Antique, Philippines
- Mag-aba Beach House
Location: Brgy. Mag-aba, Pandan, Antique, Philippines
- Malumpati Cottages
Location: Sitio Malumpati, Brgy. Guia, Pandan, Antique
How to get there
From Manila, flights are available to airports in Iloilo City, Roxas City, Caticlan or Kalibo.
Pandan is about thirty kilometers from Caticlan Airport. Sea transport via Iloilo Port in Iloilo City, Culasi-Lipata and San Jose Ports in Antique, or Dumaguit and Caticlan Ports in Aklan are widely available.
Pandan can also be accessed taking buses and jeepneys from Kalibo, Aklan and from sea transport also available.