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When we visited Katibawasan Falls it wasnt a huge flowing waterfall.
Very serenic and high but a rather narrow waterfall. The falls cascade around 70 meters into a rock pool which is surrounded by orchids, ferns, trees and boulders.
Worth visiting and having a swim...More
Katibawasan Falls is one of the go sees in Camiguin, it was a part of our booked trip also. We were happy because we came from White Island and were not able to wash up the sea water. The water is cold but you can...More
We were the very first visitors on that day so we appreciated the beauty of Katibawasan Falls more. The water is inviting (but it was so cold— as cold as the waters of Sto. Nino Cold Spring)
There were plenty of stores outside the place...More
It is best to go there when the sun is up since the water is cold. Even there were lots of people the area is clean and well kept. Better to go there with packed food. Restaurants will only prepare food as you order.
Do not expect much to this water falls as it's just like the same with other falls you might have been. There's no extraordinary about this place except that it offers relaxing experience with its cold water.
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
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 can stay in the inn withon the area. Enjoy!