Deep dive into the Taytay Resort cool spring water contained in the adult swimming pool for a refreshing, rejuvenating day and experience being immersed in the natural cold water coming from a freshly flowing spring water in Ditucalan in Iligan City. Eliminate the risk of incurring broken bones in fresh water rocky spots, by simply swimming in pools filled with awesome, breathtakingly (might get your breath out) cold fresh spring water.
What would you say if I tell you I can take you swimming in a cold natural spring water about 5 to 6 feet deep without the rocks? It is really super natural spring water and super cold, flowing right from the source. The owners of the Timoga Swimming Pool have just given you the privilege to enjoy the luxury of bathing into the icy cool, crystal clear spring water contained in their variety of pool sizes.
Fascinating how you can enjoy nature without having to do water trekking and rock climbing anymore. The source of the Timoga spring water is actually the Lake Lanao located in Marawi City.
Go for a different style with a different taste – the Ice Factory way! They offer a nice variety of desserts in different styles. If you are thinking about getting yourself a good cold treat, the ice cream selection at the Ice Factory is a good option for a hot day.
Actually, most people, even myself refer the Mr. Penguin Ice Factory as plainly Ice Factory. Putting the Mr. Penguin makes it too long. We Filipinos are fond of shortcuts right.
Grab the rocks with bare hands. That is right, use your bare hands the way locals there go up to the top of the falls. Enjoy the view and the feel of the cold rushing water, and then, go for that free fall. Feel great sitting on that big rock for a moment. I tell you, just sit right there, up high the edge of the cliff where the water falls, look ahead where the earth seems to meet the sky, and immerse yourself with nature, get fully fascinated before you let gravity bring you to a deep dive down below. Sounds fun?
Whenever you visit Iligan City, especially if you are an event planner that deals with both adults and kids, this place is something you need to consider as a critical piece of your event planning puzzle. The Maze Park should be written on your top ten list for places to go in Iligan City. This place is a very promising destination for fun and exciting adventures, but you need to embrace the lack of transport.
The Maria Cristina Falls nature park is also called as the NPC nature park or the NPC botanical and zoological garden in Iligan City or the Maria Cristina botanical and zoological garden. The Philippine national parks aim to protect the best of the Filipino natural heritage of extraordinary wildlife in the forest by placing some rare and distinct flora and fauna species in a mini habitat of stunning landscapes. There are quite a few stretches of untouched nature in Iligan City you may want to visit. FYI, this is actually a must see national park in Iligan City.
The Maria Cristina Falls lounge provides a get up close and personal one of a kind lunch lounge venue for visitors wanting to enjoy a walk at nature and eating besides the roaring waterfall. This is the only waterfall lounge in Iligan City that has been jointly develop by the National Power Corporation and the Department of Tourism in Iligan City. Girl, you do not have to stick to the city life and shopping malls you’re used to. Go out and chase some waterfalls near you and get your fill of what nature life is really about soon.
Get ready for travel and look forward to thrill pack adventures that await you this summer at the Maria Cristina Falls Ziplines. You get a taste of this cutting edge new experience as you swing, zip and dip through the thick forest giant treetops. Fly through and above the forest habitat as you work your way around the mountain’s ecosystem in an array of ziplines. Put your bold self to a test and harness your inner adventure while you whip yourself up to new heights. Learn more about ziplining and renew your experience of nature in a bold way with the Maria Cristina Ziplines.