City of Balanga Wetland and Nature Park hosts thousands of migratory birds almost every day during the season. It is considered as a natural outdoor museum, showcasing the magnificence of a well-diversified bio network.

Mt Tarak is another ideal site for mountain climbing and trekking! It is fondly called “the blue mountain”. A perfect destination for those who want to commune with nature. It has a wild and thick forest, ridges walls and rivers like Paniquian rivers.

One of the small yet beautiful falls found in Bataan is the Dunsulan Falls. Located at the back of Mt. Samat, it is approximately 5 meters in height with a deep plunge pool. It is great for adventurers and even for children.

Located in Brgy. Nagbalayong is a home devoted to raise awareness about the preservation and propagation of endangered marine turtles aptly called Olive Ridley. The coastline where the Pawikan Conservation Center sits is place to the original nesting sites of these endangered species. It is managed by the people who used to be Poachers turned into protectors of these sea creatures.

A natural wonder located in Sitio Pasukulan, Brgy. Salian. It forms part of the reaches of Tiawir River at the southern edge of the smaller Caldera east, southeast of Mt. Natib. With approximately 60 meters in height, It is one of the highest waterfalls within Bataan Natural Park. The cascading of water on the rocks adds drama to the beauty of the waterfalls.

Pilis Falls is nestling in Pilis Creek in Sitio Tangilad, Brgy.Palili. Its water flows down a steep-slopped cliff northeast of Mt. Nagpali. It has an approximate height of 37 meters with an added feature which is a plunge pool.