Red River Valley Waterfalls or popularly known as Pulang Bato Falls is a unique waterfalls because of its seemingly red water caused by the red rocks in the area. The rocks contain some sort of minerals that make the water appear reddish though in fact it is clear. […]
Blessed with more than 30 known and explored waterfalls, Iligan City is home of one of the most beautiful Philippine Waterfalls I have seen – the mesmerizing, enchanting and captivating Tinago Falls. Tinago means “hidden” in English. Tinago Falls is located in the deep ravines of Barangay Ditucalan […]
It was not among my plans to visit this water falls located in Bayugan City, Agusan Del Sur. And since I do not have much thing to do that day except to go to San Franz and sleep there for the night, I decided to drop by Bayugan […]
Located in Barangay Tuno, Municipality of Tibiao in Antique Province is Bugtong Bato Falls. The falls is said to be one of the 15 falls in the area. The water runs directly to Tibiao River. The falls is famous among the locals. However, there is no existing tourism […]
This is the 1st Falls of the famous Mambukal 7 Falls. Trek time to this water falls is 4 minutes from Mambukal Resort. Visitors can visit the falls until 5PM only and swimming is not allowed here.
This is the 2nd Falls of the famous Mambukal 7 Falls. Trek time to this water falls is 5 minutes from Mambukal Resort. Visitors can visit the falls until 5PM only and swimming is not allowed here.
This is the 7th Falls of the famous Mambukal 7 Falls. Trek time to this water falls is 1 hour from Mambukal Resort. Motorbikes are also available and will reduce travel time by almost half. Story to follow.
Almost virtually unknown is an underground waterfalls in the Philippines. And because I love waterfalls and I wanted to explore more about them, I decided to look for underground waterfalls. Something new, something different, something “I am the first to do it” and publish in a blog. So […]
This is my favorite waterfalls as of yet – Sadsad Falls in Guimaras. From atop the cliff where the source is, water is shallow and thin. The source of water in this falls comes from the rocks – the waters gently burst out of the rocks forming the […]
This is Tinuy-an Falls in Bislig City, Surigao Del Sur. Tinuy-an Falls is the Philippines’ widest waterfalls measuring a little more than 80 feet in width. The cascading water forms like a giant curtain amidst the forest. Many say that this waterfalls if Philippines’ own version of Niagara […]