Attractions - Local Philippines


Located at Barangay Villa Norte, Alabat, Quezon, Philippines. The water falls from Camagong Mountain down to Pacific Ocean; travel time: 90 mins. walk/ 30 mins. ride from poblacion.

Tumutulo Falls is located in Barangay Bayabas, Dona Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan, Philippines. The breathtaking waterfall drops from a height of fifteen meters into an attractive setting of white stones and marble and cascades further into an old stone formation called Simbahan ni Lapud.

Turumba Swimming Pools is located in Pakil, Laguna, Philippines.  Also known as Nuestra Señora de los Dolores de Turumba and Doña Aurora A. Quezon Swimming Pools, the Turumba pools are the main source of income of the municipal government as well as the municipality's main source of potable water and irrigation. It used to ba a swampy place where tubers and ferns grew around a big stone. In 1732, Fr. Fernando de Haro supervised its clearing to give way to a church. Following the visit of Doña Aurora A. Quezon, wife of the President Quezon, a swimming pool was constructed and named after her.

San Isidro
The Twin Falls has an estimated height of 250 feet. It is one of the tourist destinations during the Mount Hamiguitan Journey. Source:Official Website of San Isidro 

Twin Islands is located in Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines.  Vertical wall dive with soft pink corals ranging from 13m to 27m. The dive starts with boulders and small caves populated by houndsharks, small tropicals, sea anemony & clown fish. Further into the dive pelagics, gatring and waistcoat triggerfish will be sighted. Dive ends with emperor angelfish. Coral Cove: This is a beginner's dive with coral heads rising from a sandy bottom. Average dive depth is 12m with a variety of small tropicals and cutterfish.

Anilao, Batangas
Twin Rocks is located in Anilao, Batangas, Philippines.  The place is number one choice of professional underwater photographers, because in just one small area around the two big rocks you'll get what you need, a good photos of macro, wide, dome etc. Here you will find three colors of ribbon eel, black and white small frog fish occasionally yellow, a pair of mating devil fish, hundred kinds of nudibranch, some gobbies, anteas, lots of clown and anemone fish with multiple color of anemone, and lots, lots of fishes, from big size bat fish and surgeon fish, school of yellow tail barracuda and blue lined snapper fish, rabbit fish and many more. The good thing is you'll find all these in not more 15m./50ft. deep of water. The dive here can be one way or returns to the boat depends on the current that sometime slight to moderate normally moving to the south but switching direction sometimes. Underwater you will see a capsized barge and a two big rocks which is less than one meter apart that resembles its name twin rocks. The remains of a capsized barge lie here on a gradual slope, with sponges, algae, hydroids, feather starts and small reef fish, sometimes shoals of barracuda and squid are seen.

U-ugak Beach and Cave is located at Mauban, Quezon, Philippines.  U-ugak Beach and Cave is a place where the sea meets the mountain. Untouched by civilization, this idyllic place is about one and a half hour travel by boat from Mauban Port to Barangay Cagsiay III. The crystal clear water teems with different species of fish, shells and corals. Various plants grow beside the rocky mountain which is ideal for hunters. But hunters will be delighted with caves not on mountain tops, but under! One has to swim deep to enter the caves and marvel where the dry sands come from.

U-Ugong Arts and Cultural Parks is located in Morong, Rizal, Philippines. A place owned by Rafael Pacheco where he conducts his art workshops, demonstrations and lectures is also a perfect hideaway from the maddening crowd of the metropolis and a nature's sanctuary. One can enjoy a three-in one view of the Ugong Falls on one side the Laguna Lake on the other and the town of Morong with its four-century-old bell tower.

Ubo Falls is located at Mobo, Masbate, Philippines.   It is known as the "Little Pagsanjan Falls", accessible in a 30-minute drive from Masbate proper.  Source:Travel Global Pinoy

Kabankalan City
Reachable after an hours walk through an almost arid river bed in summertime, Udlom Cave lies hidden amidst boulder whose high and wide opening lords over an ever-flowing stream.  The cave's inner wall reveals varied rock formations created by the waters that seaped from the cave's ceiling. Source:Negros Island of the Philippines in Asia