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One Ride Away: Places to Visit While in Bulacan

One Ride Away: Places to Visit While in Bulacan

Bulacan is famous for its rich history. One of the 8 rays of sun in our Philippine flag and officially hailed as the land of heroes. The province of Bulacan is many things, excellent craftsmanship in making jewelry, leather crafts, and pyrotechnics are some. As well as beautiful views and historical landmarks and being near to the capital city is also an advantage. If one-day adventure is what you’re looking for we have that here. These are someplace you might want to add to your to-go destination in Bulacan.

Ipo Dam View Deck

Ipo Dam View Deck in Norzagaray offers breathtaking views of Ipo Dam and the Sierra Madre mountain range. If you love taking pictures be sure to check this place out. It has photo spots and other attractions you will enjoy such as a man-made nest, a swing, and other structures. Ipo Dam View Deck is popular with cyclists and motorcycle riders. If you want leisure motor rides with a majestic view Ipo Dam View Deck is much recommended. Be sure to come early for that perfect travel photo and to avoid the crowd.

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Bitbit Bridge

Bitbit Bridge in Norzagaray, Bulacan is elevated by 100ft. Allowing you to see the stunning view of Bitbit River and Sierra Madre mountain range. One of the reasons why it’s a popular quick motor escapade is the view never disappoints. Bitbit Bridge is also near the Angat Rainforest and Ecological Park, another tourist spot worth checking out. If you want to experience more you can do rappelling from the bridge down to the river.

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Pinagrealan Cave

The Pinagrealan Cave is also located in Norzagaray, Bulacan. This kilometer-deep cave is historical as it is used as a camp for the Katipuneros during the Spanish era. During the Filipino-American war, It is believed to be General Emilio Aguinaldo’s hideout. Now, the cave is adorned with colorful limestone formations and sparkling stalactites and stalagmites. Be sure to ready yourself and pack extra clothes when going to explore this cave. It has waist-deep waters and narrow passages.

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Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes

The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes in San Jose del Monte is open to the public since February 11, 1965. Ever since then, it has been frequent for many to pray. The location is also very close to Metro Manila making it very accessible to the people from the city. It was built as a tribute to the Rosary Basilica in the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes in France. The Grotto is a popular place for picture taking, picnics, and or just simply relaxing.

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Biak-na-Bato National Park

Biak-na-Bato National Park is also one of the historical places that we have in Bulacan. The 2,117-hectare park is a protected area located in San Miguel, Bulacan. Biak-na-Bato is the hideout of Filipino revolutionaries as they fight the Spanish forces. Now, the park serves as a nature getaway for those who want to hike and explore caves and rivers. Be sure to warm up before going to trek because some areas will take time to reach.

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That are just some of the beautiful destinations that Bulacan has to offer, there’s a lot more that is not mentioned. We also have waterfalls around Doña Remedios Trinidad. Make sure to discover these gems yourself, it’s also fun that way!

Adventure awaits!

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