After a quick visit to Jardin de Marimar, our next stop was to one of Antipolo’s top tourist destinations, the famous Hinulugang Taktak Waterfalls. Located in Brgy. Dela Paz Antipolo City lies the 12-meter-high waterfall of Hinulugang Taktak which gain its fame through the song “Tayo Na Sa Antipolo”. When we finally arrived, we are welcome by the friendly smiles of the staff. Friendly? Hmm, maybe just eager to take money from a foreigner for an overpriced entrance fee. And, to make it worse, they weren’t shy to announce it…
Aliw Falls Laguna is another amazing waterfall we recently visited. Is it worth visiting? Read our review, see the video and get all the tips. Feel free to leave a comment and help us rate these Falls. For quite a while now, Laguna’s main claim to fame was Pagsanjan Falls (now called Cavinti Falls) and for the adrenaline-junkies, the shooting-the-rapids boat ride. But, in the last few years it seems more and more unknown waterfalls are being “discovered”.
Hulugan Falls Laguna, let’s find out what all the hype is about. In late 2015, the Filipino Backpacking community was set alight with excitement when a picture of a newly found waterfall in Laguna was posted in social media. Before too long backpackers were heading to the falls and posting about their experiences on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The buzz had started, the word was out and we couldn’t resist the temptation to see this natural wonder ourselves.
You don’t expect to see waterfalls in an area like Bolinao. When you think of falls you picture mountainous terrain with water cascading down from streams to rivers. The surrounding area of Bolinao is generally flat and considered mostly farmland, yet there is not one, but three waterfalls to be seen