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Daranak Falls in the Tanay area is an adventure destination in the Philippines. The clear water and the sound of the waterfalls is like a melody to one's ears with magnificent view . This is a perfect place for weekend getaway and it offers many outdoor activities including the Calinawan Cave, Tanay’s best-kept secret. It is an enormous cave and it served as the hideout of Filipino revolutionaries during WWII.



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The meaning of the falls’ name,  “Hinulugang Taktak”, is “Where the bell was dropped”. It was derived from a church bell thrown into the falls in the 15th century. The falls was famous because of the clean surroundings and clean flowing water. But today the falls’ has become polluted because of the waste coming from the nearby town and market.

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Some travellers visit Pamitian Cave in Rodriguez, Rizal because of its history. It was the site where Andres Bonifacio and a few Katipunan members sought out new recruits during the Holy Week of 1895. This cave offers lots of activities like spelunking, hiking and rappelling. The cave is located in the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain, and declared a historic site by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines

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This is Manila's newest windfarm in the Philippines, only a few hours away from the city! Pililla Windfarm is located at Barangay Halayhayin, Municipality of Pililla, Rizal Province bordering Laguna. Based on average monthly wind speed data, Pililla’s windspeed can be as high as 36km/hour. The best time to visit the giant wind turbines of Pililla Windfarm is during sunset. It has become popular destination for road cyclists and riders because of its smooth, paved roads and captivating view.

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Into arts? Or looking for new place to take instagram photo? This is the perfect place for your insta worthy background. It’s only one hour drive away from Manila, great as an instant fun getaway with your family and friend. Pinto Art Museum is located at Silangan Gardens and is owned by Dr. Joven Cuanang. Some of the artworks and sculptures are made by Filipino local artists. Most of art works are displayed in a open-air Mediterranean-inspired villas and gardens. The entrance fee is P200 for adult and P100 for students.

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Need to find a unique travel experience with friends? Want to be spiderman for a day? If you’re brave, then this is best adventure for you, not so far from the city - Masungi Georeserve. This place is located in Baras Rizal with elevation of 640 metres of geological formations of Masungi Rock, a pristine ecotourism spot nearby. Their popular attractions is the Sapot or “cobweb” made of a metallic platform with wooden steps, netting above the karst and it has 360-degree view of the Sierra Madre and the Laguna de Bay. To make reservation, visit their website: https://www.masungigeoreserve.com for more info.

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The Angono Petroglyphs (formally called Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs) is a significant archaeological site found in Rizal. It is the oldest evidence of artwork in the Philippines. A series of cave drawings discovered in 1965, they are believed to have existed since the late Neolithic period (about 12,000 years ago). The cave drawing was discovered by National Artist, Carlos "Botong" Francisco and reported it to the National Museum in 1965 then officially recognized as the Philippines' oldest known artwork. If you plan to visit the site this weekend, admission is free.

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