Sa Pinagrealan Cave - Norzagaray, Bulacan

   The next stop of our Norzagaray adventure is a cave which is rich in history, Pinagrealan Cave. This historical cave served as an infirmary during the time of war. Today, it is one of the popular tourist destination in Norzagaray, Bulacan. It is a favorite side-trip for those who visit the Lioness Head and Rhino Rock formations.

   After we had our spelunking at the "Gray Cave", we ate our lunch at Kenneth's (our local guide) house. Then we head on straight to Pinagrealan Cave to rediscover its wonders.


Sa Unnamed "Gray" Cave - Norzagaray, Bulacan

   Our group planned on going to the Lioness Head and Rhino Rock formations in Norzagaray, Bulacan. Unfortunately, we've read the news that the said rock formations are closed for tourism. It is said that these rock formations are also subject for quarrying. We're all saddened about the news and we almost got to the point when we decided to cancel our trip.

   The sad news did not hinder us from going to Norzagaray, Bulacan. A local guide told us that there is a small cave near the Lioness Rock formation that we can go to. This cave is not well known by the tourist and is only known as the Gray Cave named by the first travelers who came to explore this place.

   And aside from this cave, Pinagrealan Cave is still open for the public. So with the renewed excitement and revised itinerary, we head on and start our one day adventure in Norzagaray, Bulacan.

Sa Nonok Falls - Real, Quezon

   Our adventure in Real, Quezon is truly amazing. We had a great experience in Tignoan Beach and we also enjoyed our visit at the majestic Balagbag Falls. And since we have a lot of time left to spend, we decided to go to another exciting adventure spot. This time, it's in Nonok waterfalls.

   I've never heard of this place before and I've just seen some photos of it from the internet. It looks promising.  So we brought our towels and spare clothes along with our excitement and head on to these favorable falls.