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- 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 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Popular amusement park with many rides for the kids and the usual amusement park food stalls. Loads of families with kids, who seemed to be having a ball. Not much here for adults, except maybe for Snow world, which doesn't have actual snow, just chipped ice. A popular novelty for Filipinos, as most have never seen actual snow.Written 3 April 2022
- 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
- We went to Aqua Planet with my son's classmates and their parents. We picked a weekday, Thursday to avoid long lines. True enough, we had fun doing seconds on the slides plus purchasing the ticket via Klook was worth it because the free meal that came with it was filling. They provided spaghetti, iced tea and a bar of ice cream.
If I may suggest, kindly add more shower rooms.
Thank you!Written 7 March 2020
- When i visited diplomat hotel it is really nice there. There are a lot of room that you can explore and also at the rooftop it is good for some pictures if you want to visit there. So far I have not encountered suspicious ghost as they say in there stories. Also at the bask there is also a garden there full of flower and it is also a good place to take pictures as well.Written 21 February 2021
- Mayon is one of the famous and most scenic volcanoes in the Philippines. It stands almost 2,500 meters tall and is visible from many cities and towns of Albay Province. The best time to view its almost perfect cone is early in the morning since clouds tend to cover it the rest of the day. Great spots to view Mayon Volcano would be the Cagsawa Ruins, the town of Camalig, and the city of Tabaco. A visit to Bicol won't be complete without a glimpse of this masterpiece of nature! :DWritten 5 May 2022
- I really love this place and the locals the way they welcome us is very warm and very approachable. The entire vicinity is very cool and amazing especially the rock formation inside the cave and I like the activity here since this is my first time going here and encountering spelunking. I really recommend this place, especially to our family and friends.Written 20 May 2021
- Although a little bit pricey, still worth it if youre up to risky rides and fun moments! For the food stalls, they are much expensive. I recommend going out to eat instead of buying food inside the parkWritten 30 March 2020
- This georeserve has two trails available, the Instagram famous discovery trail, and the legacy trail which gives you a greater insight on the ongoing conservation process in the reserve. Our group took the legacy trail. We started our hike at 8 am and finished at around 2 pm. The most difficult part for me is the 400 ascending steps.
1. Awesome tour guide! Our guide/ranger Mary Rose gave as great lectures on how they are planning to go about the restoration of the area. She was also very accommodating and did not rush our group during our hike.
2. We were provided with ponchos, knitted cotton gloves, and walking sticks.
3. Very nice trail with regular rest stops and toilets. See pictures since I can't describe it enough to do it justice.
4. A sufficient lunch is provided for the legacy trail
5. Affordable at around 1,600 php per headWritten 27 November 2021
- Maganda yung place, hindi pa commercialized pero medyo matao (well summer). Don't expect na may magandang hotel or kainan dito. Meron pwede maupahan na kwarto kung gusto mag-overnight stay, pero again huwag mataas ang expectation...may AC naman, good running water at malaki yung room kaso higaan, table & chairs at may sink at CR. Marami pwede kainan na karinderya at bilihan ng souvenirs. Meron din swimming pool kung ayaw mo sa ilog maligo. Meron ka din cave na pwede silipin. Syempre huwag kailmutan umakyat sa 1000+ steps para makarating sa dambana.Written 3 September 2019
- This place is superb! Was lucky to visit this place before in the ECQ. We came here January, good thing because we enjoyed the site alone. We are the first to come during that day. Entrance is Php 300 per head and Php 100 for the car 'cuz we actually brought our own service. The road is tight and only one car (sedan) can pass at a time. No worries, there will be a guide at the entrance to control traffic. There's a pub where we enjoy our lunch and got a taste of Baler authentic cuisine.Written 8 April 2020
- One of our tour's best moments! It's nice to be in touch with nature. Although it's nearly a 30-minute walk to the falls, and the road is difficult because you have to duck or hold onto rocks at times, it's exhausting (please wear comfortable footwear). But I'm still in awe of the falls' beauty, and I had the chance to swim here. If you enjoy trekking, I would recommend this. Local guides are available to assist you and will take pictures of your group.Written 16 May 2021
- Sabang beach has no waves during this month quarter. Go there on the 4th quarter and 1st quarter of the year to enjoy big waves for surfing.Written 6 June 2022