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We walked there all the way from the beach in Port Barton, a nice and long walk. You have to donate 50-100 pesos to enter, but it's worth it. A nice walk on a trail through the jungle, you don't need a guide.
We loved the waterfall, it is not very impressive or very special but we were the only ones there for about an hour. You can climb and jump to the pond too. The fact that the fee is a donation gives you the opportunity to...More
A nice walk from "down town".
The name is a bit different in Tagalog and google maps doesn't take u all the way to the right spot, but you'll get the in the end 😊. Highly recommend to start the walk in the morning.
We walked to the waterfalls for an hour. That was nice. And hot. Luckely they sell water at the entrance. Entrance is 50fps per person. We were the only ones there, that was great! Tip: bring watershoes for the rocks.
The walk took us about an hour, but we weren't in a hurry. The scenery was gorgeous and the falls were lovely. Expect to get wet feet and watch out for snakes at the falls.
Be warned; there is no signage, but it's hard to...More
We walked from Port Barton. It was about an hour and a half. Most of the way was on a gravel road with the last 300 meters on a shaded path. There was two huts to eat or rest and a rope to climb up...More
You can get here by boat faster then walking. We did this as part of our island tour as the visibility on water was poor. Cool and refreshing.
Really quiet and off the beaten track. First time ever to have a waterfall to ourselves.
I was in Port Barton for quite a while so I decided to hire a Scooter for the day and head to the waterfall. The automatic scooter was obtained from a place on Rizal Street, they charge 650PHP and were honest people.
The drive is...More