Cristalino Falls are located at Mt. Banahaw, Dolores, Quezon. The falls are a few meters south of Santos Collegio where crystal clear water can soothe one's thirst after climbing a few slopes up.
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Dolores is a municipality in the Quezon Province and houses many tourist attractions which includes Cristalino Falls, Satalino Falls and Kubli Springs. Literally Kubli means "hidden" and it promotes the natural hidden beauty of Dolores.
Kubli springs' fascinating appeal is well preserved by the locals. They believe that the water coming from the spring has some healing powers. The water streams down from Mt. Banahaw and can get chilly throughout the night. It's is best to visit the place during lunch time.
One can also bring a bottle of liquors like lambanog or tuba (coconut wine).
Quezon is a province of the Philippines in the CALABARZON region of Luzon. The province was named after Manuel L. Quezon, the second President of the Philippines, and its capital is Lucena City.
Quezon is located southeast of Metro Manila and bordered by the provinces of Aurora to the north, Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna and Batangas to the west and the Camarines provinces to the east. Part of Quezon lies on an isthmus connecting the Bicol Peninsula to the main part of Luzon island. The province also includes the Polillo Islands in the Philippine Sea.
A major tourism draw to the province is Mt. ...
Eight years after Mt. Banahaw was sealed off to human intrusion, exotic wildlife species have begun to show life once more along the foothills and gullies of the mystic mountain, including the rare "rafflesia," considered the world's biggest flower.
An inspection and assessment hike conducted during the Holy Week by an environmental watchdog group, however, found that the majestic Cristalino Falls located on the mountain side of Dolores, Quezon, was now again left with only a trickle water beneath its vines and shrubs.
"Rafflesia has returned to Mt. Banahaw and there were no more recog ...
If you're contemplating on taking a trek to Mt. Banahaw this Lenten season, think again.
Regional Executive Director Nilo Tamoria of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) – Region 4A said the mountain, considered by many as sacred, remains close to visitors, including pilgrims, for this Holy Week and the rest of the year. Reason: to give her more time to heal.
It was in 2004 when the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB) for the Mts. Cristobal-Banahaw Protected Landscape issued a resolution declaring eight areas in the protected area as closed to the public, name ...