Balon ni Santong Jacob (St. Jacob's Well) | Things to do in Dolores-Quezon

Balon ni Santong Jacob (St. Jacob's Well) in Mt. Banahaw, Dolores, Quezon | Photo by Jay Ermitaño Balon ni Santong Jacob (St. Jacob's Well) in Mt. Banahaw, Dolores, Quezon | Photo by Jay Ermitaño Balon ni Santong Jacob (St. Jacob's Well) in Mt. Banahaw, Dolores, Quezon | Photo by Jay Ermitaño
Quezon Dolores 280
The descent to St. Jacob's Well takes about three to five minutes of crawling, and requires a flashlight. Upon reaching a small clearing inside, you'd have to climb down a steel ladder to reach the water. Submerging one's self in the water is believed to cleanse the mind and soul.
Open: Everyday, 6am to 6pm. Open on holidays. Takes 3 to 4hrs to explore together with the other pilgrimag
Address: Brgy. Sta Lucia, Dolores, Quezon
Fee: Free
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Nearby attractions

Jerusalem
Attraction
0.54 km away

Sandwiched in between two rock walls, Jerusalem is where devotees light candles and pray for healing. One of the smaller rocks in the area is said to have the profile of Jesus Christ's face looking up. Two tablets inscribed with the 10 Commandments lie next to one of the walls.

Kweba ng Husgado (Justice Cave)
Attraction
0.75 km away

Kweba ng Husgado (Justice Cave) is notorious for testing one's purity of spirit. Unrepentant sinners are said to have difficulty crossing the cave tunnel, regardless of their size or weight. Spelunking here takes an hour, requiring a flashlight. Visitors would have to crawl through most of the way and watch their head for limestone.

Sta. Lucia Falls
Attraction
0.78 km away

Sta. Lucia Falls marks the first destination of pilgrimage sites at the foot of the mystic Mt. Banahaw. Getting to the river and the falls requires a 276-step descent, which can be back-breaking for children and old people. The gate to the staircase is marked with stalls selling candles, amulets, herbal medicines, and snacks. Travelers may join the ritual of mystic folks by buying a candle and an amulet. Light the candle as an offering to a religious statue along the river, and have the amulet blessed among the falls. Along the river are three religious icons, namely that of San Miguel, Petra Mentral, and Jesus Christ. To the right of the riverbank are two showers of water, so-called "falls", named Tubig ni Ama (Water of Father) and Tubig ni Ina (Water of Mother). Devotees believe that drinking the water or washing one's self here can relieve ailments in the body.

Things to do nearby

Villa Escudero Day Tour from Manila
₱2340.00
Experience
Beyond the city
18.42 km away

  • Get to know Filipino culture like never before in a tour around Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort!
  • Enjoy a sumptuous Filipino buffet beside a rushing waterfall
  • Wander around the huge expanse of the resort and meet various bird species along the way
  • Watch the country's cultural legacies come to life during the Phliippine Experience Show

Where to stay

Nawawalang Paraiso Resort and Hotel
₱3800.00

Nawawalang Paraiso Resort & Hotel first opened its door in April 1985.

Through the years, Nawawalang Paraiso Resort continues to be one of Quezon’s favorite holiday, retreat and dining venues. With its alluring, pleasant and enjoyable charisma, the resort has been attracting thousands of loyal and satisfied guests. Dubbed as “The Lost Paradise”, it is living up to its promise as the ultimate place for fun, rest, recreation and romance.

Batis Aramin
₱3500.00
Hotels and homes
10.44 km away

The development of Batis Aramin rooted from the childhood dream of Mr. Filomeno D. Valde. The property has been sold to the family when he was still young. It has become a favorite picnic place for his friends. It is a blessed land because old folks say that the place used to be the hiding place of the Holy Sepulcre (Mahal na Senyor) during the World War II. Fascinated by its green meadows, abundant vegetation, cool fresh air and its ever flowing crystal clear water from the spring called the ARAMIN, he decided to convert it to a resort.A pool and several cottages were built. It formally opened in the Easter of 1997. It was flocked by thousands and eager picnickers during its opening salvo since there was no resort in the vicinity. It was classified as Special Interest Resort by the Department of Tourism. Additional cottages for overnight accommodation were added in subsequent years. A 14-room hotel was built in 2005 and a multipurpose sports court was added in 2006. Air conditioned multi purp0ose halls were added. Several villas were also built in 2007.

Balai Sadyaya Resort
₱3000.00
Hotels and homes
11.22 km away

Unwind and get close to nature at this resort in Quezon, this place invites you to take a breather away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while still offering you the basic amenities you need. Whether you’re looking for a new adventure, in a new town or a quiet respite from your busy schedule, this relaxing getaway has you covered.

Getting there and around

Brgy. Sta Lucia, Dolores, Quezon

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