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Katibawasan Falls

Sto. Nino Cold Springs | Camiguin Island, Mindanao, Philippines
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Serenity.

Katibawasan falls is my 2nd top of camiguin must-sees (following Mantigue Island). If you're... read more

Reviewed May 5, 2018
tweetay
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davao
via mobile
A thin trickling fall

Don't expect too much when you visit this waterfall. It's not as majestic and spectacular as the... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2018
CzarEmmanuel
,
Manila, Philippines
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“cold water” (15 reviews)
“entrance fee” (15 reviews)
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Sto. Nino Cold Springs | Camiguin Island, Mindanao, Philippines
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Reviewed May 5, 2018 via mobile

Katibawasan falls is my 2nd top of camiguin must-sees (following Mantigue Island). If you're lucky to have the waterfall alone by yourself/ your less-chatting group 😇, you'll feel oneness with nature and pure serenity. Water is cold. Swimming is allowed on a certain area. Good...More

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Reviewed April 30, 2018

Don't expect too much when you visit this waterfall. It's not as majestic and spectacular as the Maria Cristina, the Pagsanjan, the Tinuy-an, the Asik-Asik, and other better known waterfalls in the country. All you'll see is a thin trickling line of water dropping from...More

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Reviewed April 17, 2018

It was the very first time visiting Camiguin and see its wondrous falls. Such a long stretch and very cold.

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Reviewed March 30, 2018

Amazing!!! It was cleaning day so we were not able to swim but for us that was fine..actually it was better because we got the place all to our self. Most beautiful water fall that I have seen.

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Reviewed January 21, 2018

OK for a photo opportunity if you are doing an island tour or something. It is the highest waterfall on the island so you might as well visit if you are there. Not much else to say, a few shops outside selling food and clothes...More

Thank ManchesterTonytiger
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Reviewed December 29, 2017 via mobile

The falls is so high and the water is so refreshing. It is like a swimming pool but very clean and fresh. The water is also crystal clear and the floor is like a sand so you can actually go barefoot. Much more fun swimming...More

1  Thank Niqqa S
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Reviewed December 25, 2017

I love the coldness of the waterfall. The place is just small wherein more than 30 ft. of waterfalls fall into a tiny basin. The swimming place is just limited since people are not allowed to cross the rope. The rope is marked as the...More

Thank Ar P
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Reviewed December 7, 2017

Very high falls, nice refreshing swim. Not hard to get to or expensive. Locals are very friendly. Tuasan falls are prettier, but why not do both?

Thank Rick_HSeattle
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Reviewed December 6, 2017

Visited this waterfalls in the early morning. The water was so cold and not recommended for swimming although a lot of locals frequent this during the weekend for picnics. The waterfalls is quite high and drops down to a pond. It is cool as the...More

Thank Dr_Bingcarlos
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Reviewed September 21, 2017

Entrance Fee: Php 30.00 The best time to go here is during Summer or at noon because the water is so cold and you will think twice if you really want to swim or not. We just took pictures of the falls and went home....More

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Richard R
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Response from Makram A |
Its a small island. The national road which circumnavigates the whole area is just 64km (40mi). Look for the place u want to visit and most likely there is a place where u can stay. The falls is nearest to Mambajao so you... More
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