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Wawa Dam, Sitio Wawa, Barangay San Rafael, Rodriguez Rizal

Formerly Montalban Rizal Sitio Wawa has become popular  not just because it is closed to the towns and cities of Metro Manila, but the various activities and stunning views around the area … Continue Reading →


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Mount Bincayan, Rodriguez Rizal

Climb to the Clouds Mount Binacayan at 424 MASL is the least in terms of difficulties compared to the two mountain attraction in this part of Sierra Madre mountain ranges, … Continue Reading →


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Mount Hapunang Banoi, Rodriguez Rizal

An Opportunity to Pit Strength, Courage and Determination Mount Hapunang Banoi is the most challenging among the three mountain in Rodriguez Rizal, when it comes to level of difficulty, altitude … Continue Reading →


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Mount Pamintinan, Rodriguez Rizal

The Friendly and Riches Mountain in Rodriguez Rizal Mount Pamitinan is one of the three major mountain attraction, nestled in the foothills of Sierra Madre Mountains ranges in Rodriguez Rizal (formely … Continue Reading →


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Mount Tagapo, Talim Island

Barangay Janosa, Binangonan, Rizal Minor Climb, Difficulty 2/9, Trail Class 3   Talim Island is located at the center of Laguna de Bay, lake under the municipalities of Binagonan on … Continue Reading →


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River Crossing, Tinipak River

The Rapids of Tinipak River After the long, but rewarding trekking along Tinipak River, River Crossing is the next activity of the day. River Crossing should be a trilling  experience as a … Continue Reading →


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Tinipak River

A Mythical Form of Wonder Daraitan, Tanay, Rizal/General Nacar, Quezon  Tinipak River “tee-nee-phuk” (carved rock) is a natural wonder in Daraitan. Most of the visitors address the place as  Daraitan or  Tanay, … Continue Reading →


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Balete Cave

Balete Cave of Tinipak River  The cave was named Balete Cave because of the Balete Tree, exactly in front of the entrance of the cave. The spelunking started in a … Continue Reading →