Hidden Valley Resort is situated in the Southwestern part of Cebu Islands, Philippines.
Particularly, it is in Barangay Lamac, Pinamungahan Town of Cebu.
The area is exceptionally great for outdoor activities since it is blessed with natural environment ideal for adventure, camping, and even for just leisurely activities.
The Ranch Resort is one of the best resort facilities located in Toledo City, Cebu, Philippines.
It was formerly called The Gaite Ranch Resort but changed or shortened to its recent name for some much better reasons.
The resort has all sorts of fun and entertaining facilities that are great for children and adults alike when spending time together for relaxation with families, friends or various groups and gangs.
Garden maze in Capilla Santa Ana
Aside from the relics of saints from the 18th and 19th century, the museum also houses a number of religious icons, vestments, European Renaissance paintings and an 1859 Steinway piano. In addition to the items on display, the place also has a garden at the back where a Labyrinth is located. The Labyrinth is a maze garden where one can pray and meditate. It was inspired by the labyrinths the Overs saw while traveling through Europe. The place also houses a community center that benefits the less-privileged children in the area.
Malubog Dam, Toledo City
Malubog Lake in Barangay General Climaco is one of Toledo's not so secret destinations, but the difficulty in getting to the place has shunned many who may want to visit, essentially making it a peaceful, tranquil, and a wonderful place to be refreshed.
Ironically, the lake is not nature's work; in fact, many residents begrudge its existence, as what Barangay Councilor Armando Basalo echoed -- the community is better off when the area was still an agricultural land.
The dam is designed to hold 15 million cubic meters of water, most of which is used in the operations of the copper mines of Atlas. To provide livelihood to the farmers in the area, Atlas and the local government through the Department of Agriculture, filled the dam with milkfish, carp, and tilapia fry, which today is being harvested by many residents in the area.