This park features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with an underground river. One of the river's distinguishing features is that it emerges directly into the sea, and its lower portion is subject to tidal influences. The area also represents a significant habitat for biodiversity conservation. The site contains a full 'mountain-to-sea' ecosystem and has some of the most important forests in Asia. The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park features a spectacular limestone karst landscape with its underground river. A distinguishing feature of the river is that it flows directly into the sea, and the lower portion of the river is subject to tidal influences.
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Contains a series of star-like waterfalls; good picnic site cool climate. Now a fully documented spot by a local travel and tour office in the province, the site is considered the mother of all water towers in the town of San Jorge, for it being the open-start of Samar's longest river, the Blanca Aurora River. Its thundering and clear decant towards the Blanca Aurora river is a major element that constitutes the charm of this rushing watercourse making the river an excellent venue for various aqua trysts.
“Tayo na sa Antipolo at doon maligo tayo sa batis na kung tawaginay Hinulugang Taktak at doon tayo kumain ng mangga, suman, kasoy at balimbing…” This is how the chorus goes of a folk song entitled Tayo na sa Antipolo, composed in 1929 by Gerry Brandy. 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 City, Rizal’s capital.