A valley borders the Malibiclibic Falls, where boulders cut across
the middle of the gushing river waters cascading from the falls.
At the far end of the river is the NIA irrigation project. Theother
river route nearer the falls is a large pond which could be viewed
from atop one of the boarder hills of the valley. A large pool
of water forms at the base of the falls while coconut trees,
shrubs and other greenery flank the sides.
Location : Boarder of the Barangay Lumipa, Gen.
Aguinaldo and Magallanes
How to get there : Three routes are available from Manila
to the site. One is via Manila-tagaytay-Alfonso Road; the second
is via Manila-Palapala-Trece Martires City-Alfonso Road; the
third is via Manila - Bacoor - Tanza - Naic - Maragondon Road.
This, however, is passable only during dry season Glenda Transit
travels to Gen. Aguinaldo via Tagaytay - Baclaran route; Maria
Luisa Lines ply the Alfonso via Tagaytay - Baclaran route; Ortillo
Lines takes the Alfonso via Trece Martires - Palapala - Baclaran
route. Saulog buses travel from Vito Cruz, Manila to Maragondon
everyday. Jeepneys are available at Alfonso for travel to Gen.
Aguinaldo if you take the Alfonso destination stop. Maragondon
likewise has jeepneys which travel by the vicinity of the barangay
road off Municipalities Falls. The Anoang barangay road is a
rough passage which stretches for a kilometer leading to the
river which leads to the falls.
Travel time : From Manila, via Tagaytay-Alfonso road travel
time is 2 hours; also 2 hours via Palapa-Trece Martires-Alfonso
road; and 1 1/2 hours through Bacoor.
Two falls could actually be seen in the area, one of which flows
naturally, gushing strong clear water while the other one is
outfitted with pipes and bamboo tubes to aid the flow of the
water. The falls converge into a pool of water with a deep part
for adults and a shallow part for children.
Location : Barangay Halng, Amadeo
How to get there : From Baclaran, take a mini-bus bound
for Amadeo, Cavite. Balite Falls is about three and a half kilometers
from the Amadeo town proper. Jeepneys could be taken from the
town to Banay-banay after which one has to w walk half a kilometer
inward to Barangay Halang to the side fromthe provincial road.
The Barangay Halang road is generally rough though accessible
to vehicles during dry season.
Travel time : Approximately 2 hours' drive from Manila.
Ulong Tubig is a pool formed by natural spring water emanating
from an adjacent hill. The pool leads to an irrigation pump which
supplies a vast number of rice fields in Carmona. The area is
shaded by coconut trees and other greenery. In the morning, the
water appears to be very clear. However, in the afternoon, it
changes to a green hue due to algae disturbed by the swimmers.
Location : Barangay Ulong Tubig, Carmona
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How to get there : From Manila, the BLTB buses would pass
by the national road in Carmona coming from the South Super Highway.
A road intersection could be found along the national road wherein
a smaller road branches out leading to City land subdivision
in Carmona which is adjacent to Barangay Ulong Tubig. Jeeps or
tricycles are available at the said intersection and would be
passing by the subdivision. A half kilometer long road from Cityland,
Carmona leads to the attraction.
Travel time : Approximately 45 minutes' drive from Manila.