Libacao Wild River
This is the upstream of the Aklan River and is considered the longest “wild river” in the Philippines. It is also known for its “clean and clear water” and is an ideal venue for bamboo rafting, kayaking, and other water-based sports.
The Libacao wild river is one of the most challenging adventure destinations in Aklan. The vast area of water that flows from this river makes it the main source of water supply and farm irrigation. It also has a powerful current that makes the river an ideal venue for different and extreme water sports. Like, kayaking. Its current is powerful enough to carry people on high speed as they travel the length of the river, and experience the thrills of the rapids as it bounces up and down on the raging waters. Kayaking is an activity that will test ones courage and endurance, but with a lot of fun and excitement. You can also try the bamboo rafting that will enable you to see the beauty of the river side and see fresh water fish playing below as the raft travels on the clear and calm river part.