Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark. Its forest functions as the lungs of Metro Manila, providing it with clean air. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank. There is a pool but there are so many people all the time. I suggest pili lang kayo ng activities for one day tapos balik na lang some other day. The park entrance is cheap but the place is well-maintained except for the toilets.
We will spend several hours birding and to look for the , that has its stake out at the cave. The park boasts of a lagoon, biking trails, picnic areas and playgrounds. Ask the driver to the drop you off Winston St. Boating and fishing: there is a small lake you can boat around in. .
Both water companies are private concessionaires awarded by the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System, the Philippine government agency in-charge of the water supply. I found out that there's a place not too far from Quezon city where I can actually get this earthy experience. It was a gloomy Friday, the wedding was set at 11:00 a. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank. My friends and I are planning to have a picnic there. Develop the trail inside the park. This is your main target road.
Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark. At Commonwealth Avenue Just straight ahead 3. Communing with nature and getting some peace and quiet can be had with just a short ride to Fairview where La Mesa Ecopark is located. The imaginary spears immediately blipped out, though, when someone said that lunch is ready. Some facilities are not maintained because it was affected by the recent typhoon Ondoy. These are very easy to find as they are plying through Quezon Avenue. More trained and educated tour guides for the tourists.
Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark. Primary focus of the EcoPark is for outdoor recreation and forest experience. Like fishing, you can do fishing on your own where you will be assisted on how to, what ever it is that you catch can be yours for lunch at a very affordable price. We were kinda early and hungry , good thing we saw a fishball stand and ate some fish. I will make a point to be perusing your blog more. Good post on the Eco Park.
Everyone knows how I am truly, madly, deeply in love with Manila's night life and fast pace. Lastly, since every person is a child at heart, there must be fun activities. Take your first stop here! It was a blast because there were a lot of people doing the same thing. Ride a trike to La Mesa Ecopark. This place is also ideal for different types of occasions, such as birthday parties, seminars which are related to environment, or simply gatherings of families and friends, people can also do picnic and grill their favorite foods, also they can enjoy different kinds of activities such as the zipline, horse back riding, fishing and boat riding, aside from this people go to the park for some photoshoots mainly for weddings and print ads.
You can access this via Quezon Avenue or North Avenue. There are a number of small stalls selling chichirya and meals. This is a perfect opportunity to see this mighty Owl. As of posting though, it is closed because of a construction going on. There is only one road to take then turn left to the parking lot, in front of which is the gate to the park. Opening date: December 1989 Capacity: 50. Source: What to explore at La Mesa Ecopark Quezon City? This tree-lined paradise is now teeming with opportunities for adventure seekers.
La Mesa Ecopark is quite near where I used to live in Fairview, Quezon City. Landmarks are Fairview Market, Nepa-Q Mart Fairview, and Metrobank. It is located in the heart of the La Mesa Dam Watershed which is the source of the Metro Manila water supply. Regards Cripher: Sorry for the delay. Commonwealth Avenue Turn right from Elliptical Road 4. Or you can just chill on the shaded grassy areas or go exploring. Iba iba ang prices ng attractions.
This forest is the last remaining one of its size in Metro Manila and serves as its carbon dioxide sink. From there on, you just have to pay the entrance fee then you can begin your tour. I went to La Mesa Eco Park with no expectations and only to try out mountain biking. Maintain the cleanliness of the facilities and amenities. Tricycles give access to more secluded areas, while taxi cabs are available to navigate any course. Commuters' experiences will provide additional input and information to the website and to other commuters.
From there, ride a tricycle going to La Mesa Ecopark. My balikbayan best friend and I ended up going wall climbing, doing a crazy trampoline jumping thing that I freaked out in the middle of, and just walking through the grass and greenery and enjoying ourselves. My friend was so amazed with the trees. The rate is P100 per climb. Before hitting the trails, the park rangers briefed us for safety and park rules, which were very helpful and reasonable. From the north CaMaNaVa area : Option 1. There's bungee jumping, a zipline, bike trails, and even a paintball field.