Nopol Hills | Things to do in General Santos City-General Santos City
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Kalaja Cave is derived from the word Kalaha, which means frying pot due to the formation of the karsts made millions of years ago. Waterfalls and caves are abundant in this area. It produced waterfalls & caves Tourists can explore the Kalaja Cave in General Santos City. The cave has a pool inside that is about three meters deep and 22 meters wide. The area is surrounded with limestone's cliffs. It has Kalaja river which irrigates the low land farm area of the city. During dry season, the river main source of water comes from a subterranean river named Kalaja Cave (a 207m cave that offers 20m of swimming and a smooth walk in knee to waist deep running water). The area has an established rock climbing route at Malakong Wall. The Wall offers beginners and Novice route to would be rock climbers. It also has many of unexplored routes waiting to be climbed. The place has also many tunnels left by the retreating Japanese forces during the WWII.
Sanchez Peak is located within the boundaries of Conel and Olympog, one of the few rural barangays in General Santos whose economy is primarily farming and other agricultural works. Residents here are very cordial and friendly; they will greet you with their signature, genuine Filipino smiles if ever you cross paths with them. Great for all outdoor enthusiasts, backpackers, mountaineers, trail runners or just a seasoned climber.
Successfully merging tourism, agri-business and biodiversity is the Durian Garden in the town of Polomolok. The expansive garden has seven varieties of durian trees, a wide assortment of ornamental plants, some of which are endemic to the Philippines, a butterfly garden,the first of its kind in the province, that maintains seven species of butterflies, and a mini zoo.The zoo is another unique attraction that features exotic birds such as peacock, ostrich, cassowary, parakeet and a couple of talking mynas. The best part of the garden, however, is the organically grown durian. The fruits are fully ripened on the tree before they are harvested, yielding sweet, full-flavored durian.
Where to stay
Experience the nature’s splendor at Dolores Farm Resort. Its proximity to the business and government centers of Koronadal City and General Santos City makes it an ideal place to unwind from work.
“Kradumthong” Function Hall is ideal for banquets, parties, meetings and conferences. Enjoy delectable Durian fruit from the front yard, tasty sea foods and other Filipino dishes which are best enjoyed at “Chanee” restaurant. It has 10 fully air-conditioned guest-rooms, equipped with cable TV, IDD/NDD telephone, hot and cold shower, and free Wi-fi internet connection. About 10 open cottages – perfect for relaxation, are also offered to guests.
Guests will surely embrace the cool weather of a farm atmosphere. Try to visit also our featured animals at the Mini Zoo near the fish pond area. Capture moments while enjoying the “Kanyao” swimming pool. This place is one of the best choices to stay for relaxation.
RSG MICROHOTEL is a haven place right at the heart of the city where malls are at a 10 mins. ride. It has 19 elegant rooms with very competitive facility
Strategically located at Nuñez Street, Purok Malakas, Barangay San Isidro, General Santos City, this hotel is a great choice for all types of travelers seeking comfortable accommodations. It has clean interiors, quality facilities, and amenities that guarantee a memorable stay.
Strategically located at Aparente Street corner block 0, Brgy. Dadiangas, General Santos City, this hotel is a great choice for all types of travelers seeking comfortable accommodations. It has clean interiors, quality facilities, and amenities that guarantee a memorable stay.
Getting there and around
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