Tinago Falls is located in Caibiran in Biliran. The name Tinago means ‘hidden’ in English, and the Tinago Waterfalls are located in the interior of the Biliran island. Tinago Falls is the most accessible waterfall in the entire island. You can enjoy a picnic with your friends and family, as this place was developed by the government. Tinago Falls is located 16 kilometers east of Biliran‘s capital town of Naval, and is accessible via a 30 minute motorcycle through the provincial road. A cemented access road connects the view deck of Tinago Falls to the provincial road, making it the most developed and most accessible waterfalls on the island. Tinago Fall’s entrance fee is P10 per person. Continue reading
Tinago is a Bicol word which means “hidden.” Tinago Island is a hidden island with interesting features; It got its name because it was located at the back of Cagbalinag Island. According to the tourists who have been to Tinago Island, most local boatmen—even those who double as tour guides—would rather not take tourists here, simply because they don’t know of the secluded and astonishing features of the island that only tourists persistent and adventurous enough can enjoy. Unlike the more popular Gota and Hunongan beaches in Caramoan, this cove is concealed from view when you traverse the length of the Caramoan peninsula coastline. However, it is accessible from the sea through a narrow passageway found in the huge limestone karst formations lining the coastline. Continue reading
As literally implied it is hidden in deep ravine, the falls cascading beautifully into the basin likepool,calm, deep, and icy cold. It has an elevation of approximately 420 ft. Tinago Falls is located at Linamon in Lanao del Norte Province, 52 kilometers away from Tubod.
Tinago Falls is a waterfall in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte in the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. It is one of the main tourist attractions in Iligan, a city known as the City of Majestic Waterfalls. Continue reading