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This is a nice easy walk and a refreshing did once there, the guys on the street will ask from 100-300 pesos to guide you to the falls but it really is not required, just ask the people on the beach for directions.
We planned to do island hopping. But since the waves are big because of the bad weather, Kuya Joven, our contact in Pundaquit suggested we see the falls. We ended up trekking for almost 25 minutes. A bit hard for newbies but the effort is...More
The trip to the falls usually comes after all the island hopping. It's a mini trek going up to the falls which is manageable for just about everybody. To get to the top of the falls, however, is a feat in itself. Locals make it...More
It is only during the rainy season that you can see this waterfall mainly because Mount Pundaquit is bereft of thick forests. So during the summer months, you cannot see it. But come back during the rainy season and you will have a time of...More
We went here with my friends. We used long sleeves and pants or pajamas going up to the falls. It's not good when you only wearing sleeveless and shorts. You will get wound from talls grasses around the mountain and other plants. You have to...More
I seldom tour groups here as well only hikers if I may say. But I it's worth dropping by.
Best During Rainy Season but not the typhoon thing. Some surfers though prefer having a nomal typhoon so they can surf at Pundakit.