i

Member Login

Home >> Go to the Regions >> Region IV Southern Tagalog >> ECOTOURISM SITES >> Pamitinan Cave / Wawa Dam     

Pamitinan Cave / Wawa Dam, Rizal

Pamitinan Cave is a historic site. It is where Andres Bonifacio, together with other 8 katipuneros declared their first independence against Spain in April 12, 1895, a year before the start of the Philippine revolution. The cave still bears the inscription of Andres Bonifacio and his followers: Viva la Independencia Filipinas”.

Wawa Dam is located at the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains. It supplies water to Novaliches passing through large pipes. It has gorge which lies between two limestone mountains and through it passes the upper Marikina River. Four caves are said to have been inhabited by the Japanese soldiers during the Second World War.


Location
Brgy. San Rafael, Rodriguez, Rizal


How to get there
From Cubao, there are several buses, jeepneys and FX vans bound for Rodriguez. From the Municipal Hall, a 30-minute ride will bring you to the site.


Activities
Spelunking, hiking, rapelling, picnicking, swimming, mountain climbing, Tour of Avilon Zoo


Contact person / Office
Ms. Aileen Quien - Fernandez
Councilor- Committee on Tourism
Rodriguez, Rizal
Tel nos. : 997-9931; 941-1295; 941-1338; 941-0724 loc. 23


E-mail address : None


Website : None


 

Viewing 1 - 1 of 1  
 [1] 

Announcement

CloseNo events foundsss.