Besao Sunset and Agricultural Stone Calendar

A primitive formation of two rocks enables farmers to determine seasons by how the sun’s rays fit into the crevices.

Besao Sunset (Besao) – a spectacular view of the sunset with its warm glowing rays.

Agricultural Stone Calendar (Gueday, Besao) – these are two huge rocks situated side by side leaving a crevice at the middle where the rays of the sun exactly goes into the crevice. This occurs once a year and celebrated in a Begnas every September 30 signifying the start of sowing palay seeds in preparation for the planting season.