Hidden Valley Tour (Manila)

Activity Manila, Luzon, Philippines Published on: 13-11-2015

09:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Private/Joined
8.0 hour
Agency Office
Highlight of the city
Activity
148.00 USD

Hidden Valley Tour (Manila) is good for

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Hidden Valley offers springs, located between Mt. Makiling and Mt. Banahaw, is haven for nature lovers. The main feature of Hidden Valley are the waterfalls, natural springs and pools. The Hidden Valley Laguna boast of a virgin forest, century old trees, giant ferns, wild orchids.

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Why Hidden Valley Tour (Manila) is special ?

Hidden Valley offers springs, located between Mt. Makiling and Mt. Banahaw, is haven for nature lovers.
The main feature of Hidden Valley are the waterfalls, natural springs and pools. The Hidden Valley Laguna boast of a virgin forest, century old trees, giant ferns, wild orchids. With a rustic architecture, Hidden Valley Springs blends right in with the natural jungle setting.

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Duration
3.0 days
Estimated
118.59 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
14 places

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Manila, Luzon, Philippines

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The place is less than two hours from Manila on a good day. The P2,000 per head fee includes buffet lunch and snacks. Bring your swimsuits and enjoy basking in unspoiled nature. The fee might be steep for some but this goes into the maintenance of the place and prevents the unruly crowds from vandalizing the place.Take lots of pictures and find a quiet place to meditate and enjoy the natural beauty around you. The place is frequented by Korean tourists which says a lot for this attraction.

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des petits bassins d eau thermales . des piscines, des jets d eau sous forme de chuttes d eau chaude. c etait des journees inoubliables, l air moins chaud qu en ville, propres loin de la pollution de manille.une petite foret tropical, avec une chutte d eau cachee au fond de la foret, un paysage magnifique.un dejeuner et un snack est compris dans le prix des varietes philpino, une vraie escapade , a faire absolument.le seul hic , c est que c est a deux heures de route de makati et au retour c est bouchons du soir,possibilite de passer la nuit, ya de jolis petit chalet.je le conseil a tous petit et grands, c une experience innoubliable.

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If you are going to drive to this location, it's a bit tricky. Their website states to take the Southern Luzon Expressway but upon this highway, you never see any signs with that title. It has been abbreviated to SLEX...which, of course, not knowing this, I missed the exit and got lost. But once on this SLEX, you just head almost to the end to exit 50 (Batangas exit) and you will pass through several small towns until you each Alaminos City. They use landmarks on their description on how to find their location and there isn't many signs up, so you really need to pay attention. But, for an hour and a half drive out of congested Manila, it can be an interesting experience. Leave by 10am from Makati, arrive in time for the lunch buffet that is included which is very good. They have singers serenading the visitors during their meal. Then off to the springs which you have several options of where to experience. The main falls, is nicely done and feels like you are in the middle of a rainforest although the water isn't hot..it can be described as cool or lukewarm. Still, its nice to get away from the city..and they provide a 3pm snack..also very good. Worth the entrance fee...!!

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If you are going to drive to this location, it's a bit tricky. Their website states to take the Southern Luzon Expressway but upon this highway, you never see any signs with that title. It has been abbreviated to SLEX...which, of course, not knowing this, I missed the exit and got lost. But once on this SLEX, you just head almost to the end to exit 50 (Batangas exit) and you will pass through several small towns until you each Alaminos City. They use landmarks on their description on how to find their location and there isn't many signs up, so you really need to pay attention. But, for an hour and a half drive out of congested Manila, it can be an interesting experience. Leave by 10am from Makati, arrive in time for the lunch buffet that is included which is very good. They have singers serenading the visitors during their meal. Then off to the springs which you have several options of where to experience. The main falls, is nicely done and feels like you are in the middle of a rainforest although the water isn't hot..it can be described as cool or lukewarm. Still, its nice to get away from the city..and they provide a 3pm snack..also very good. Worth the entrance fee...!!

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