EDC Geothermal Plant View Deck


In the smokey mountains situated along the boundaries of Ormoc City and the town of Kanangga, lies the world's largest geothermal powerplant. The 107, 625-hectare geothermal reservation is biologically diverse—the surrounding environment is surprisingly rich in tropical vegetation. The site's purposely-built view deck has a picturesque view of steams and geysers sprouting from earth's core





A massive resource of geothermal power source here in the Philippines. There are also spots of hot springs where one can cook hard boiled eggs in just fifteen minutes. It is also the first geothermal power plant built in the country.

Photo Credit : Gerryruiz

Photo Credit : calle Zaragosa

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