Top 3 attractions to explore in Caloocan
Caloocan as a toponym comes from the Tagalog root "kalook-lookan" means "innermost area". The city's name is colloquially spelled as Kalookan.
La Mesa Nature Reserve is called the lungs of Metro Manila because it absorbs around 3% of the total carbon emission of the metropolis. The reserve is home to La Mesa Dam, Metro Manila’s main source of drinking water. It offers activities such as trekking, trail running, mountain biking , birdwatching, tree walking , and tree planting and so more.
A huge church which was also called a Lourdes church is located in the heart of Quezon City and is famous among the city. The present church was completed and inaugurated in 1951. In 1997, it was declared as a national shrine by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines.
Map of attractions in Caloocan