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Majestic waters surround Ibaan, Batangas as two of the most sought-after bodies of water are here.
Dumayaka Falls – The majestic Dumayaka Falls located at Brgy. Coliat, Ibaan, Batangas originally called “Badong Falls”, the residents and barangay officials now call it Dumayaka Water Falls because the abundance of Dumayaka Trees around the falls which are used in making broomsticks by some Ibaaneños.
Himamawo Spring – The municipality of Ibaan, Batangas is basically an agricultural area. Most of the people here get their means living through farming, and this is evident by a wide acre of land dedicated to agricultural products. Although there’s only a little sign of industrialization and commercialization in the area, they can still be admired for being able to protect their natural resources since there are still remaining rivers that free flowing around the municipality.
But one of the things that the Ibaeños can really be proud of is its water spring, the Himamawo Spring, which can be found in south west of Barangay Malainin, near Soro-soro mountain.
Last Updated: November 14, 2013