A valley borders the Malicbilic Falls, where boulders cut across the middle of the gushing water that cascades from the falls. At the far end of the river is the NIA irrigation project. The other nearby rivers flow into a large pond, which can be viewed from atop one of the hills. A large pool of water forms at the base of the falls, with coconut trees, shrubs, and greenery flanking both sides of the falls.
Border of Brgy. Lumipa, Gen Aguinaldo and Magallanes, Cavite.
- Mount Sea Resort
Location : General Trias 163 Marseilla Street, Bagbag II, Rosario, Cavite
- Microtel Hotels & Resorts Cavite
Location : General Trias Amadeo Rd, Eagle Ridge Golf & Country Club, Cavite
- Island Cove Resort & Leisure Park
Location : Cavite City Covelandia Road, Binakayan Kawit, Cavite
How to get there
From Manila, Cavite can be reached by riding a bus. Buses are available in Manila around 5am to 10pm everyday. Ride a bus that has a trip going to Cavite. Buses usually load and unload passengers at Vito Cruz corner Harrison Street across the Central Bank of the Philippines.
There are also buses and mini-buses in Baclaran going to Tagaytay and other towns in the province. It usually takes the route via Parañaque/Las Piñas.
From Metro Manila, it is better to ride a taxi from Harrison Plaza or Baclaran going to your destination. The travel time will take 30-45 minutes depending on the speed and if there is no traffic.
Tourists can ride a jeep or tricycle when exploring around Cavite. Transportations are available all throughout Cavite, anytime and anywhere.