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Benedict A wrote a review Oct 2017
Manila, Philippines170 contributions48 helpful votes
To reach Recoletos falls, guests must survive the 30-40 minute mountain trek. Upon reaching the falls area, guests can enjoy the serenity of the waterfalls and may go swimming. Precaution must be taken as current might be too strong during some seasons (like when we visited). Worth the climb!…
Date of experience: October 2017
Tilen R wrote a review Mar 2017
Ljubljana, Slovenia12 contributions8 helpful votes
This one has it all. Habal-habal drivers all know it and it's easily accessible - once you get off the motorbike it's about a 15 min walk (max) on easy terrain, the footpath is clearly visible. The waterfall is nice, not among the highest or most powerful, but it has a really great pool for swimming and jumping. There's a tree rising above the pool for the adrenaline junkies, try jumping from the top branch, the water's deep enough (so say the locals and about 10 people jumped it while we were there and noone hit the bottom). Bonus: Ulan-ulan falls are literally just below (a 2 minute walk away), they are really impressive and so you get 2 great waterfalls for the price of one. Well worth the visit.…
Date of experience: March 2017
Mario P wrote a review Dec 2016
Queensland, Australia30 contributions8 helpful votes
Hard walk in on a hot day, fitness is essential, good swimming if you want to cool off. Clean fresh drinking water from a natural spring along the way in.
Date of experience: November 2016
Tess P wrote a review Jun 2016
Nice place , quiet, cold water..you will gladly come back even if for now the only way to go there is to walk at least 5 miles away from the main road...it's fun and good exercise...
Date of experience: December 2015
starman48 wrote a review Apr 2015
Denver, Colorado92 contributions46 helpful votes
Drove around island sightseeing and this was one of many interesting sights to stop and see. Had to pay a small entry fee. Hopefully a maintenance fee.
Date of experience: April 2015