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We’ve featured a lot about the municipality of Ibaan but we know there are still a lot to share that perhaps we would only realize if the locals would let us know.
Particularly those which are hidden, like the Himamawo spring. The municipal government had made their move in reviving this gift of nature which they are promoting as a natural attraction.
This photo below was shared by Kristine Marcial of Pixel X-sight Lipa and here’s what she has to say:
“Two kilometers ang rough road. Medyo tricky yung way papasok sa area kasi dadaan ka talaga sa tubuhan and palayan. We traveled from Lipa City to Ibaan via San Jose. Hindi ko alam exactly ang way kaso nagtanong lang kami along the way, sabi ng mga locals dalawa ang falls dun sa area nila.”
Kristine said that what’s in the photo is just the mini version of a bigger one. But then probably people are referring to Dumayaka Falls also located in Ibaan. Himamawo is only a spring.
“Yung second falls eh mas malaki at mas maganda pero sabi nila another 3 to 5-kilometer trek/hike pa ang gagawin para makarating dun. Hapon na kaya di na kami tumuloy,” shared Kristine.
For more Himamawo spring photos, check Kristine’s image space here. Photos in this link are also credited to Shutter Flicks of Pixel X-sight.
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Last Updated: September 5, 2013