Atimonan

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Atimonan News

  • Bantakay Falls Atimonan Quezon

    This is one of the perfect weekend destinations tucked in the forests of Quezon province, town of Atimonan and just just 4-5 hours of travel south of Manila.

  • Spelunking In Quezon Cueva Santa

    Spelunking In Quezon Cueva Santa

    Located in the Atimonan part of the Quezon National Forest Park in the province of Quezon, Cueva Santa is one of the highlights of the Mt. Mirador/ Pinagbanderahan hiking tour.

    If you'd Google it, little is only said about Cueva Santa except that it is one of the caves found near the route to Pinagbanderahan. However, it is actually the first of the two caves that you'd see if you're from the jump-off point (the other one is the Cueva Grande).

    Its name is obviously derived from the Filipino words cueva which means cave and santa which means female saint. I honestly don't know why the cav ...

  • Bantakay Falls Grandeur

    Bantakay is located at Santa Catalina, Atimonan Quezon. It's definitely worth the trek.

  • Adventures at Mt Pinagbanderahan

    Adventures at Mt Pinagbanderahan

    My college friend Arman message me, asking if I have a climb before the end of the month I replied to him there's a plan but there's no specific date yet, upon his request he wants to climb again but it's only a minor climb and a day hike, so that our other classmates can join with us. I think twice if I will pursue my plan to have a solo climb or to join with other group with their invitation, as what I realized it's only "once in a blue moon" and it is a chance to have a bonding with my other classmates in college so I decided to decline all my invitation and to accompany my classmates becau ...

  • Hike To Mt Pinagbanderahan

    Mount Pinagbanderahan Atimonan, Quezon Province February 2016.

    Music:
    "Houdini" by Foster the People
    From the album Torches
    Composed by Mark Foster

    Shot and Edited by Recci Bacolor/Marj Respicio

  • Save Lamon Bay

    Fisherfolk here and other affected towns are greatly worried about the fast deterioration of and depletion of fish in Lamon Bay, the main source of marine products for this and the towns of Plaridel, Lopez, Gumaca, Lopez, Alabat, Perez and Quezon.

    Last Friday this town hosted the launching of "Sagip Lamon Bay Project" to dramatize the fishermen's concern.

    Delegations of fishermen from the eight coastal towns expressed satisfaction with the launching of the Lamon Bay Integrated Coastal Resource Management, which is being pushed jointly by the nongovernment organizations World Vision Devel ...