This amazing small body of fresh water is famously called for several names: (1) “bukal” meaning it’s coming from a natural source flowing from the soil; (2) “bluewater”, because of its natural blue color; and (3) “kimereges”
(kimarahas) as named by the local tribe which means strong current. It is located at Sitio Lumagwas, Barangay Adtuyon 7 km away from Poblacion with established access road for motorcycles and 4x4 wheels. Due to its oddly coldness specially if you go down deeper, there is no exact data on how deep it is. Believed to be enchanted and rituals are made once a year to please the nature spirits guarding “Kimereges” like “Datu/Bae
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Bulalakaw”. Locals believed that drinking and bathing in Kimereges cures illnesses. It is privately owned by MGG Resort. Entrance/swimming fee at Php 25.00 and no one is allowed to go there without permission.