Yes, you read that right: Hinulugang Taktak, as in the famous landmark in Antipolo you used to read about in grade school textbooks, has new activities for you to try.
According to a post from the joint Facebook page of Antipolo’s former mayor Jun Ynares and current mayor Andrea Ynares, they recently added exciting attractions to the national park: spider web, hanging bridges, wall-climbing, rappelling, to name a few.
Back in the day, Hinulugang Taktak was known as a go-to picnic spot for tourists. But because of improper waste disposal and the lack of a proper sewage system, they had to close it down for rehabilitation in the early 2010s. They reopened the national park in 2015 after years of renovation.
According to a May 2019 episode of GMA's Biyahe ni Drew, the park's entrance fee costs P30. They also added swimming pools to the area, where you can take a dip for P50.
This destination is roughly two hours away from Manila, which means you can easily check it over the weekend! What are you waiting for?
Hinulugang Taktak is located at Barangay Dela Paz, Antipolo City, Rizal.
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