blessed with various natural wonders and many are still yet to be developed.

President Manuel Roxas Campsite

The most visited and and popular tourist spot in Garcia-Hernandez is the President Manuel Roxas Campsite (PMRC). Originally named “Maambong”, then “Roxas Park”, PMRC is located in Barangay Calma, 4.2 kilometers from the town proper.

Ughuban Spring

Ughuban Spring, located in Barangay Cambuyo which is part of the protected area of Rajah Sikatuna National Park, is the main source of potable water for the residents in the locality and the source of irrigation water for its 118-hectare agricultural land.

Tambuko Cave and Lagoon

Located in Barangay Cagwang, 18 kilometers from the town proper, Tambuko Cave and Lagoon is one of the various natural wonders of Garcia-Hernandez. This underground watercourse and open lagoon are fit for bamboo rafting and swimming. The cave is alive with different forms and sizes of stalactites and stalagmites.

Our Lady of All Nations Shrine

The Shrine is located on a hill at Sitio Cogon, Barangay Ulbujan. It was constructed on March 2002 through the efforts of the Couples for Christ (CFC) local chapter headed by Mr. & Mrs. Danny-Bong Ido. One special feature is the six (6) feet concrete image of Our Lady of All Nations that stands at the upper center of the site. Today, the place has become a religious sanctuary and a favourite venue for prayers, retreats and recollections. It is not only a quiet place for introspection but also a respite from the modern world’s pollution.

Cambuyo Rice Terraces

Cambuyo is one of the productive barangays in the municipality in terms of agricultural products, thanks to its thick vegetation cover in the upper portion of the barrio. The breath-taking view of the terraces are best found in this barangay and can stretch to neighboring barangays.