Timangguyob Falls are located in San Clemente, Tarlac. A magnificent fall tucked in the middle of nowhere. This natural wonder is quite unique that the water flows down on an extraordinarily vast boulder carved and shaped by nature - like a basin - through many years of exposure to the continuous flow of water pouring from atop at 50 feet in height.
The basin-like solid foundation, ...
where the water is generously maintained at maximum of 5 feet is in essence indigenous but beautifully crafted swimming pool. The journey offers an envigorating experience giving luxurious, healthful escapade to the people brave enough to find their way to the majestic Timangguyob.
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Timmanguyob Falls (Timangguyob Falls) hiking in San Clemente Tarlac was the farthest and most daring experience we've ever had. It is located in Sitio Dueg Barangay Maasin. It was an 11 km hike through shrubs and grassy trail; slippery too during rainy season or when it rains like the day when we did our hiking. There were steep slopes where no trees to hold on to due to kaingin (clearing).
We were ten in the group and our means of transportation were motorcycles. We were like "riding in tandems" in convoy that day taking the road to Dueg on a rough road only a four by four wheel could easi ...
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It is the middle of summer season. When a planned trip to the summer capital didn't push through I decided to look for a worthy destination just near the city. And since its summer, waterfall was the obvious alternative aside from beaches. And when we talk about waterfalls here in Tarlac, only one name will pop up into your mind. It's Timangguyob. This is considered as the most visited and well known among other waterfalls in the province of Tarlac. It's a 15 meter high water ...
Tarlac is a landlocked province of the Philippines located in Luzon Island. Its capital is Tarlac City. It is a province that is rich both in historical treasures as well as natural wonders, which is why Tarlac has become a destination for the curious and adventurous from all over the Philippines.
Tarlac borders Pampanga to the south, Nueva Ecija to the east, Pangasinan to the north, and Zambales to the west. It is a part of Central Luzon, which is composed of Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga and Zambales.
Tarlac's name is a Hispanized derivation from a talahib w ...
Every year, at the start of the "ber" months (September to December), Aeta families descend from the mountains to beg for alms in Tarlac City.
They would set up camp on the bank of the Tarlac River under the Ninoy Aquino Bridge. To protect themselves from the elements, they would build round-shaped houses made of dried cogon grass collected nearby and skillfully woven together.
This annual scene under the bridge is depicted in a diorama created by students of the Our Lady of Peace College Seminary in the city's Barangay San Isidro as an entry to this year's province-wide belen-making con ...
Do you have a hiking place in mind that you want to go back to despite some difficulties of past experiences Even though the first two events left you with overlapping shallow cuts, a cousin with multiple mosquito bites, and a prolonged 2 hours to 4 hours hike Well I have and it is Timangguyob Falls.
It's a 15 meter high waterfall located in an unknown place called Sitio Dueg, Barangay Maasin in San Clemente, Tarlac (small town in the north-west of the province). Because of its constant water flow, this wonderful natural creation crafted two basin-like structures throug ...