Thursday, April 18, 2013

Viaje del Sol: An Aqua Trek to Kubli Springs, Part 3 of 7

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It was almost 5pm when we arrived to Kubli Springs. "Kubli" in Tagalog means hidden; and as the name suggests, it is tucked in the wilderness in Dolores, Quezon. 

Jay Herrera of Kinabuhayan Cafe is kind enough to lend us a guide to go with us to Kubli Springs. This is an extension of Jay's property to enjoy while in Quezon. On the way there, we passed through a wilderness and  I suddenly felt like I was in the middle of South Africa, with all the trees and shrubs reminiscent of the great wild.

After trekking down and going upstream, we crossed the river and found one of the most charming wonder nature can give - Kubli Springs! One can most enjoy being served lunch picnics or candlelit dinner dates  while your feet bask in the cool waters of the river. 

A great surprise awaited us - the huts where lunch picnics or dinner dates are served. 

Jaime tries to drink from the cool waters of the spring while his Tito Pat holds on to him.


Our sweet couple friends, Joey and Pat, resting after the trek. Hey, it wasn't that far! Joey had to stay in one of the drier grounds as she couldn't cross the spring waters with us. 


It was most definitely my youngest son, Jaime, who enjoyed this nature trip immensely!

The spring lends you a feeling of calm and peace. Here, father and son did some bonding time, precious moments to last us a lifetime.

Jaime did enjoy simple joys in nature. I didn't know he had this much fun until we went on this trip. What a discovery!

Over-all, Kubli Springs is a great find!


FOR MORE INFORMATION:
KUBLI SPRINGS
Dolores, Quezon
Mobile: +63 916 221-5791 (Jay Herrera)


Blogger's Note: Should you opt to have lunch picnics or dinner dates at Kubli Springs, it is recommended to arrange for it in advance. Prices are pegged at P500/head.


Keep Walking!

 LENY

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