The Ambon-Ambon Falls in Laurel

Ambon-ambon Falls Laurel Batangas Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide History The Ambon-Ambon Falls is located in Laurel in Batangas Province. The Ambon-Ambon Falls is just a few footsteps away from the Malagaslas Falls. Its waterfalls consist of two consecutive water drop-offs, with the first one causing the water to spray all over and with the help of the wind, cause the phenomenon of ambon or light rain showers. During the summer season, the water is very clear and safe to swim in the river it creates. In the rainy season, the water may at times be muddy because of flooding and the river may rise. The view there is just spectacular, with special mention to the tunnel-like river pathway leading to the falls, enveloped by the trees above and the river cutting into a very large rock. Continue reading

The Cambais Falls in Alegria

Cambais Falls Alegria Cebu Location Dalaguete Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide History The Cambais Falls is located in Alegria in southern Cebu island. The waterfalls is considered as one of the hidden treasures in Alegria since few tourist known this place. The Calais Waterfalls features a deep and wide basin perfect for swimming. Above this are several smaller waterfalls where one can do cliff jumps. Going here involves a 30-min motorcycle ride from Alegria town and another 30- to 45-min trek. On going back to Cebu City, make sure to get a motorcycle that will take you to Dalaguete for amazing mountain views. Cambais Falls in Alegria is being cared for by two groups of farmers who are concerned about the integrity of the falls when tourist traffic was diverted to it upon the closure of a famous waterfalls in a nearby town. In order to control the impact the farmers decided to venture into micro enterprises and Continue reading

The Kirongdong Falls in Magpet

Kirongdong Falls Kinarum Magpet Cotabato Rainforest Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature The Kirongdong Falls & Rainforest is located in Kinarum, Magpet in Cotabato Province. The Kirongdong Waterfalls measures 80 meters tall and is surrounded by mountain ranges and cliffs. Magpet is located on the eastern part of Cotabato Province and is at the foot of Mount Apo. It is near Kidapawan City and Arakan. Continue reading

The Baluarte Falls in Salcedo

Baluarte Falls Salcedo Ilocos Sur Tanods Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide The Baluarte Falls is located in Salcedo in Ilocos Sur Province. The Baluarte Waterfalls is situated in a rainforest and visitors are greeted with cool mist and showers. The place is accessible by light transportation vehicles and her beauty is best seen during the last quarter of the year. Adventurist may also scale the top of the falls through a steep pathway constructed for this purpose. Being manned 24 hours by Baluarte Barangay Tanods, these tourist guards says: Conquer your fears, let your spirits soar, have your souls reinvigorated and feel nature at its best. Continue reading

The Recoleto Falls in Sampao

Recoleto Falls Sampao Biliran Ulan Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide History The Recoleto Falls is located in Barangay Sampao on Biliran island. The Recoleto Waterfalls is located ten minutes up the hill from the Ulan-Ulan Falls. The Recoleto Falls consists of one simple cascade; the water is calmer, giving the area a more sirene atmosphere. Continue reading

The Tuba Falls in Donsol

Tuba Falls Donsol Sorsogon Holy Week Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide History The Tuba Falls is located in Donsol in Sorsogon Province. The Tuba Waterfalls measures 15 meters high, and its water cascades down into a deep blue lagoon 20 meters in diameter. It is complimented by two other smaller waterfalls and lagoons. During summer, especially during Holy Week, residents from the region visit Tuba Falls to beat the summer heat and to search out for an amulet. The place is a semi-forested area covered with coconut trees, big trees, ferns and vines. It is also a source of fish, fresh water crabs and shells, shrimps or “gangawan”, lizards, and frogs or “kabakab’. To get there, one has take a passenger motorboat to Barangay V

isitahan or Sibago, and thence a trail walk of at least 7 kilometers for two hours. No infrastructure facilities of whatsoever is in the place. Local residents who wish to visit and Continue reading

The Pey-og Falls in Kapangan

Pey-Og Falls Kapangan Benguet Peyog Boklaoan Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing Nature Guide The Pey-og Falls are located in Boklaoan, Kapangan in Benguet Province. The Pey-og Waterfalls measures 100 meters in height, with water cascading down into a natural pool basin suitable for swimming and picnic related activities. The Pey-og Falls, sometimes spelled Peyog Falls, is a potential natural attraction found in Boklaoan. The waterfalls area is located 48 kilometer from Baguio City for a travel time of 3 hours and 30 minutes. The distance from the Barangay station to the site is five kilometers and requires a hike of about two hours.

Kapangan is located 29 kilometers (18 miles) away from the provincial capital of La Trinidad. Kapangan can be reached through the Acop-Kapangan-Kibungan National Road Continue reading

The Limunsudan Falls in Iligan

Limunsudan Falls Rogongon Iligan City Lanao Del Norte Location Waterfalls Hiking Trail Water Size Swimming Length River Basin Camping Depth Stream Creek Height Distance Flow Tour Picnic Bathing The Limunsudan Falls is located in Rogongon, Iligan City in Lanao del Norte Province. The Limunsudan Waterfalls is a two-tiered waterfall and is tucked in a vast mountainous and forested area that not many Iliganons know of, much less considered as a travel destination because of its remoteness. It is considered the Philippines’ highest waterfall with the height of 870 feet, with the lower part cascading alone higher than the Maria Cristina Falls. The source of the waterfall is feed by the abundant lush from the highlands of Bukidnon and Lanao del Sur as it is bounded by the two provinces. The Limunsudan Falls is located 55 kilometers away from Is located Iligan Citiy. Reaching the falls requires either a two-day trek across jungles or a five-hour circuitous drive that takes one to Cagayan de Oro City in Misamis Oriental Province, then to Talakag in Bukidnon Province, and then back to Iligan in Lanao del Norte. Continue reading

The Magsaysay Falls in Atimonan

Magsaysay Falls Atimonan Quezon Park location waterfalls hiking trail water size swimming length river basin camping depth stream creek height distance flow tour picnic bathing nature guide history The Magsaysay Falls is located in Atimonan in Quezon Province. The Magsaysay Waterfalls are located a kilometer away from the National Road in Barangay Magsaysay. The Magsaysay Falls consist of forest reserve area with waterfalls flowing down the river stream, and is near the Quezon National Forest Park. Atimonan, Quezon is a coastal municipality located 175 kilometers south of Manila. It is traversed by the Maharlika Highway, which extends up to Bicol Region that links the regional and provincial movements to Manila. Atimonan is located 173 kilometers (107 miles) southeast of Manila. Continue reading

The Amandaraga Falls in Lawaan

Amandaraga Falls Lawaan Eastern Samar bulusao River location waterfalls hiking trail water size swimming length river basin camping depth stream creek height distance flow tour picnic bathing nature Amandaraga Falls is located in Lawaan in Eastern Samar Province. It was named Amandaraga because its waters looked like a maiden’s flowing hair. The term ‘daraga’ means maiden’). The Amandaraga Waterfalls cascades and flows into the Bulusao River, which is suitable for various water sports. Continue reading