The Bulabog Putian National Park is a protected wildlife and natural park located in the towns of Dingle and San Enrique in the province of Iloilo on the island of Panay in the Western Visayas region. The park covers an area of 854.33 hectareS along a 40 kilometers trail in this rainforest. It was established in 1961 through Proclamation No. 760 signed by President Carlos P. Garcia. It is also known as the location of the Cry of Lincud which started the Philippine Revolution in Iloilo in 1898.
The Taklong Island Marine Reserve is located in Nueva Valencia, Guimaras, off the southern end of the island of Guimaras, in the West Visayas of the Philippines. It has a marine research lab run by the University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) of nearby Iloilo Province. The only population on the island is the one family employed as caretakers of the island. It was established by Proclamation No. 525 on February 8, 1990.
The Panay River is located in Tapaz, Capiz. It was declared as a Watershed Forest Reserve through Proclamation No. 599 on June 28, 1990
Aklan River - The name of the river is where the term Aklan came from, and is derived from the word akae, which means to boil or to froth. Because of the swiftness of the river current, the water of the Aklan river seems to boil or froth. Akean therefore means "where there is boiling or frothing". It was established by Proclamation No. 600 on June 28, 1990.
Also known as Jalaud River, the Jalaur River is the second largest river in island of Panay and the 17th largest river system in the Philippines in terms of drainage basin size. It was established by Proclamation No. 601 in June 28, 1990.
The Dalanas River is located in Barbaza, Antique. It was established as a Marine Reserve by Proclamation No. 603 in June 28, 1990.
The Maasin Watershed is located in Maasin, Iloilo. It was established as a Marine Reserve by Proclamation No. 16 in February 12, 1923.
Sibalom Natural Park is a 5,511.47-hectare-protected area in the Philippines on the island of Panay in the municipality of Sibalom, Antique. It was proclaimed a natural park on 23 April 2000 by Proclamation No. 282. It is considered as one of the last remaining lowland rainforests on Panay.
The Northwest Panay Peninsula Natural Park is located on the island of Panay, in the provinces of Aklan and Antique of the Philippines which was proclaimed a natural park by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo on 18 April 2002 (Presidential Proclamation No. 186, 2002). The Northwest Panay Peninsula Natural Park has an area of 120.09 km, found within the municipalities of Nabas, Malay, Buruanga, Libertad and Pandan.