Nature & parks in Luzon

Top Parks & Nature Attractions in Luzon, Philippines

Nature & Parks in Luzon

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  • Citygal12456
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia79 contributions
    It is beautifully restored and kept clean. Signages and information on items are good. I hope they can continue to maintain it.
    Written 6 September 2020
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  • Jean K
    Cainta, Philippines1 contribution
    This is a playground of the god, the experience is not at the peak of it but your journey in the uphill mountain. This is the place where i will visit again soon.
    Written 6 September 2021
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  • Mathew T
    3 contributions
    Absolutely incredible - a true wonder of nature. An absolute must see close up when in the area of south-east Luzon, Legaspi.
    Written 28 June 2022
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  • iamnotcleopatra
    Philippines143 contributions
    We arrived at the jump off point to the Barangay Hall of Daraitan at around 9am then proceeded to the other side of the river bank via balsa/bangka to get to the Barangay Hall. Upon reaching the river bank, you need to ride the trike to get to the Barangay Hall to register and pay the tourist fee, from the Barangay Hall we took the trike to get to the starting point of the Tinapak River, we walked for about 30-45mins one way depending on your phase. There are two toll/entrance fees here (one at the Rizal border--no receipt issued and the other, for Quezon border--with receipt). We made a short stop at the Tinapak River Camping Ground (private owned property which has store where you can buy food/drinks if you want to) before heading to the view point of Tinapak River. Recommend to take this trip early in the morning since it could be scorching hot at noon/afternoon. The view of the rocks and the river itself is rewarding. You can swim at designated areas in the river.
    Written 13 December 2021
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  • Marty W
    4 contributions
    We decided to go there while we were waiting to check in to our hotel. It was a nice park with horseback riding and zipline (not operating the day we were there). Please note that if you are a big American man, they do not have horses that you can ride. The horses are smaller size but good for kids, and smaller adults. You can also take your own food and have a picnic.
    Written 20 July 2022
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  • Mahmoud Yousef
    15 contributions
    While we were visiting a family friend in Cavity for lunch we decided to visit Batangas city to see the Taal volcano. When we arrived there and parked our cars in the car park of Starbucks, we sat there for a nice cup of coffee and delicious cakes.
    Then we were watching the volcano from a distance and took lovely pictures. Then we went to the entertainment center where our kids enjoyed the most and were closure to the Taal. Unfortunately, the weather got cloudy and started to rain and we couldn’t take a boat to the volcano. Later on at beginning of January I heard that the Taal volcano was erupted and the residents near the volcano were evacuated.
    Then we decided to come back again when the volcano cools down and when we are in Manila again.
    Written 31 January 2020
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  • Jun Ruaya
    Calamba, Philippines52 contributions
    I was on my way to Lepanto Bldg just accross Ayala Triangle when my car bogged down. Three tire bolts got lost on right front wheel.So I parked on the entrance.Luckily traffic enforcers of both Ayala center and the city government went to the rescue.
    A certain Villanueva helped me solved the problem together with a colleague. He said they are part of a rescue team for motorists.It was around 11 p.m. no other cars due to the curfew.
    There are food stalls at day time here.The Aquino monument is a walking distance from the garden. During Christmas time the trees are filled with sparkling led lights for an evening light and sound show every holiday season. This year the show might be cancelled. So all you get here is fresh air in the morning or evening.
    Written 29 September 2020
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  • Christopher
    Luzon, Philippines66 contributions
    It was a nice place but it was not maintained properly. I do hope the local government would do something with it. The spot was really great as it was the peak, but the overall was not neat. I mean, if we really wanted to attract people other than the local, it should be presented very well. Just so sad that was never developed further.

    The only steal we experience that day was the sea of clouds. Good thing we were able to catch it :)
    Written 28 December 2020
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  • Vicky D
    10 contributions
    We have the cave all to ourselves and the tour guide was very accommodating and knowledgeable. It wasn't as good as the underground river in Palawan but it was a unique experience nonetheless. My daughter was looking forward for the bats but I guess they were all tired and hibernating. Some of the rock formation were captivating as well as the crystals. It was also naturally cool/ventilated inside (I was surprised), thought it would be very hot and cramp. It was a good experience, only downside was it was raining when we came out of the cave and can not see the Mayon volcano on the horizon. Would have been really perfect if it wasn't.
    Written 19 November 2018
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  • irenevff
    Bulacan Province, Philippines3,892 contributions
    it's a fact. you've not actually been to baguio if you have not explored burnham park. when i was still working in this city, i would while my time away in this place. i could become oblivious to the crowd by just sitting on one of the benches facing the man-made lagoon, observing people from different walks of life who were trying desperately to manoeuvre themselves on the murky waters while i enjoyed sipping a glassful of strawberry tahô i bought from a nearby ambulant vendor. sometimes, i got to be asked to take someone's group picture. at times, when boredom struck, i volunteered to shoot couples who struggled with their selfies.

    we frequent burnham now as a family during our quick visits to baguio. my son would go biking sometimes or eat street foods from nearby stalls. this is a great place for bonding with family members, friends or a special someone with no entrance fee.
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • Jay Pee R
    1 contribution
    Location is searchable using google maps. Entrance fee is reasonable that includes snacks for the animals e.g. geese, horses, goats, cows, turkeys and belly pigs. Other animals you would see right away before going to the flower gardens are peacock and ostrich. You can also try the very informative butterfly and bee farm for a separate fee (around P30 per pax). Place also got a cafe that serves brunch. Perfect for an early day tour. Variety of animals is limited though. The place looked liked, in my opinion, it is undergoing improvement or refurbishing. I encourage everyone to try this spot if you happen to drop by, this will help our local farm keepers to sustain rebound from the crisis brought by COVID.
    Written 6 May 2022
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  • WidyartoAdiPs
    Jakarta, Indonesia100 contributions
    Two times being here. Love the place, nature situations, people who help all guests, band who play when we have lunch .....
    Written 31 July 2015
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  • Gbert Creatives | i-travel Manila
    Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines14 contributions
    If you like to visit place in the Philippines and you don't have enough time to travel with your kids, this is the place you should visit with your family and friends. It is very educational and the staff around the park is very friendly. Souvenirs are cheap and native. Come by Nayong Pilipino Park at Clark visit some of the popular place in Manila in a 1 hour tour.
    Written 9 February 2020
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  • Brix510
    San Jose, CA950 contributions
    This park is very nice and very big and has a few things to do including buying green mangos from vendors but overall the park is a bit disorganized
    Written 8 August 2022
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  • vern d
    2 contributions
    Long queue but the waiting time is okay. We enjoyed the looking at the reptiles and fish. Worth the money! The food is good there as well
    Written 24 July 2022
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