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Sad story a REAL HERO murdered by the 1st President

Well the title says it all. Really enjoyed the tour I had with Joy at Manila Beach Hangout Hostel... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2017
Emily G
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Puerto Galera, Philippines
Visiting Mt. Nagpatong, the place where Gat Andres Bonifacio was hacked to death together with his brother, Procopio.

The place will have to be visited by people who has an intention to really go there because it’s... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2017
TaraGalaTayo
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30 Dec 2017
“Sad story a REAL HERO murdered by the 1st President”
29 Oct 2017
“Visiting Mt. Nagpatong, the place where Gat Andres Bonifacio was hacked to death together with his brother, Procopio.”
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Reviewed 31 December 2017

Well the title says it all. Really enjoyed the tour I had with Joy at Manila Beach Hangout Hostel so cheap great deal hiking climbing monkeys and beaches. The whole history of Bonafacio I can't understand why there isn't even a sign to show the...More

Thank Emily G
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

The place will have to be visited by people who has an intention to really go there because it’s quite hard to find. You may want to contact Mang Itong, ‭(0997) 573 5068‬ before you visit the place so he can open it and expect...More

2  Thank TaraGalaTayo
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Since my husband has a huge crush on Andres Bonifacio, we went here to explore the place where The Supremo spent almost the remaining days of his life. The ride going here is kinda creepy, you have to pass by a seemingly deserted farm. As...More

Thank iam_via
Reviewed 17 January 2016

Aguinaldo Shrine is prominently placed in Kawit, Cavite. But did you know that another hero of equal repute, and perhaps Aguinaldo’s mortal enemy, is also enshrined in Cavite? That hero is none other than the Katipunan’s Supremo, Andres Bonifacio. His shrine stood at the distant...More

Thank followyouroad
Reviewed 6 October 2015 via mobile

You can reach Bonifacio Shrine from Maragondon Town Hall via tricycle. 2 way Fare is Php 100 per head. A bit pricey, yes, but I think it's just reasonable. The road to the shrine is rough and inclined sometimes. There will be times you need...More

Thank Russell L
Reviewed 10 December 2014

After the assault of Mt. Buntis (Maragondon Range), we went to Bonifacio Shrine which is located in Mt. Nagpatong, Maragondon, Cavite City. Actually, it's more of a hill than a mountain... Back then, you have to walk/hike before you can reach this place, but as...More

Thank Loida D
Reviewed 28 October 2014

Great historical info one of the real national hero of the Philippines..a must see learning experience for all ages!!

1  Thank auntie c
Reviewed 15 August 2014

We're trying to look for a public park that's off the beaten path... And definitely... This one fits the bill perfectly. Gives you goosebumps at the mere sight of the place... Its still lush and green. i just hope its given more space... Kinda too...More

Thank Migs G
Reviewed 4 August 2011

Although in need of funding, compared to Jose Rizal's replica home in Laguna, this original resident of the Aguinaldo family is well-preserved. The craftsmanship of the ornate wood trimmings, original furniture and the various hidden passages make it a very interesting and fascinating historical building....More

3  Thank Aryianna
Reviewed 28 April 2011

The house is an important part of Phillipine history and is well preserved rather than restored. It will be very interesting to any history buff but is a little difficult to get to unless you are used to the unique Phillipine local transport system.

5  Thank Bob1818296
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Call Joy she's really helpful she runs a hostel there and does tours but she will help you don't need to use her service 0936 870 3054
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