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Wawa Dam is located at the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains. It supplies water to Novaliches passing through large pipes. It has a gorge which lies between two limestone mountains and through it passes the upper Marikina River. Four caves are visible on the way to the dam. These caves are said to have been inhabited by the Japanese soldiers during the Second World War. A historical marker can be found at the entrance of the one of the caves in memory of the dead Japanese soldiers.
Location: Barangay Wawa, Montalban
How to get there: From Cubao, Quezon City, take a jeepney plying the Montalban-Cubao route. This will take one to as far as Barangay San Rafael from where jeepneys to Barangay Wawa are stationed.
Travel time: 1 hour from Cubao
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