If you are looking for a really nice place to vacation while you visit the Philippines, then consider taking a trip to the resort here at Hidden Valley Springs located just a 1.5 hour drive from Manila. This beautiful resort offers lovely cottages set within a lush green tropical rain-forest with fantastic 300 year old Amlang trees, that exceptionally tall, towering over the jungle.
One of the most favorite tourist spots here at Hidden Valley Springs are the six (6) natural spring pools, filled with warm water that comes directly from the earth, if you are a nature lover, then you will absolutely find this place to be the very best. As you sit in the natural spring pools to relax, you will enjoy looking around, enjoy the lush tropical forest, with more than 153 species of vegetation.
Hidden Valley Springs Resort is set between Mount Makiling and Mount Banahaw, and it is a theory that thousands of years ago this area suffered a volcanic eruption, creating hundreds of natural springs containing pure mineral water and varying temperatures, with many people believing that these natural pools offer rejuvenation and medicinal features.
Things to do and see!
There a many other things to do here at the Hidden Valley Springs Country Resort, for example if you do not want to swim, you can take a nice hike through the forest, explore and be in awe of the many different species of plants, flowers, trees, and other wildlife that live here. One of the favorite tourist spots is the "Hidden Falls" which was created by a meteorite crashing to earth and creating a 200 plus foot gorge, where today you can be in absolute awe of the fantastic waterfall here. Getting to the hidden falls is easy, you will just need to follow a nicely constructed pathway created using raw bamboo from the forest, even during the rainy season, you will enjoy this wonderful hike through nature.
The Hidden Valley Springs is perfect for photographers, both professional and novices, this entire area offers so much to see and photograph, so be sure to bring your tripod, to get that creamy look from the water of the falls.