Hinulugang Taktak, Antipolo City

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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2.6/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
Hinulugang Taktak is a waterfall in the Philippines found in the province of Rizal on Luzon island. The waterfall area has been designated as a National Park by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and is one of the two most popular tourist spots in Antipolo, Rizal's capital, the other being the Antipolo Cathedral. In 1990, the waterfall has also been proclaimed as a National Historical Shrine under Republic Act No. 6964.The waters are polluted and not suitable for swimming But many LGU's and NGU's are acting to save its natural beauty by efforts to preserve its upper part for park use, and not for abusive, trash use.
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  • The place is reasonably clean. The water falls is a bit smelly. You can have a picnic. The pool is not open for public use. Needs further development like swings for kids or park play activities. 
  • There were many local residents. Hey, dusty is. Perhaps a little game or great folk pool must be above all know that many local people think. I thought why go when seeing from eyes of the Japanese draw falls, the falls become small, and upon seeing this all the way, no.
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  • I had read that the falls were a bit run down, but had been cleaned up. As it was my first visit, I have nothing to compare to, but did find it a very nice place. I did not notice any foul odors that ...  read more »
  • dirty,messy,stinky,and many junk all over the place and also there are many dead animals floating in the water. That's true I saw it with my own eyes! I really regret coming from this place at first I though it is at very nice place but im definitely wrong,I go there on the first place because if want to check it out first because we will plan to swim their with my family. it is so crowded and the actual falls is not open to public, your not allowed to swim or even touch the water but for me even they didnt tell that i will not definetly lay may body into that dirty falls. It is just frustrated that philippines has many beautiful nature but they can't take care of it which they only can do. If you wont believe, see that for your self and be frustrate when you came and from how much hard it cost you to came there. But i hope someday they can fix this problem because it's depressing.
  • Cool fresh friendly and quiet on the day we visited
  • hinulugang taktak is a very nice place the big trees were preserved by denr
  • Great view but there's a foul odor coming from the water falls..
  • Owesome
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