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Be prepared to get your feet wet! Bring extra socks/shoes to wear afterwards. Crossing several creeks/small rivers. They provide 'water shoes' or crocs, but wear socks, or get a nice blister like I did. Falls are very nice.
We met up with some friends one evening and rented scooters to the start of the hiking trail to Nagkalit-Kalit Falls. At the start of the trail there were a number of locals offering their services to walk you to the falls for a fee....More
Schedule your visit around the rainy season to appreciate the falls. The trek from the main road takes around 15-20 minutes depending on how fast you can walk. There is a tour guide fee of P300 when I visited. The same price for a group....More
After 3 months traveling around the Philippines i was thinking to check out that waterfall in el nido. After arriving there, locals stopped me and told me that i need a tour guide to walk there for 300 Pesos!! Seriously?! For such a short walk...More
So the falls itself are not so huge when you get there but the climb is interesting. There are 3 levels of the falls, we were able to do 2 of them. First level is easy, the 2nd and 3 rd more steep definitely. We...More
If you happen to be a humanitarian, willing to spend some of your time and money for the benefit of (hopefully) the local community, then sure - you can visit it.
Otherwise it's a complete waste of time. A very unimpressive, low and thin water,...More
Loved the walk through lush vegetation, river crossings, and the dip after a 30-minute walk was a refreshing way to cap off the trip. Don't be surprised though if the tour guide seems to be in a hurry, just politely ask to slow down so...More
We paid 200 PHP per person for a guide, who helped us in the trek.
During the trek we walked through the stream of water 9 times, which was a very nice experience. The trek is not difficult and takes around 30-40 minutes.