So we’ve wrapped up our top five Philippines waterfalls. All of which include crystal blue waters and even some rope swings. So if you’re waterfall chasers like us and looking for the best waterfalls in the Philippines then these are some spots that you simply cannot miss out on.
Our Top 5 Waterfalls In The Philippines – The Best Philippines Waterfalls
1. Kawasan Falls – Cebu
Kawasan Falls is definitely one of the best Philippines waterfalls. Although that’s not all there is to do in the area. Diving in Moalboal is also very popular as well as the famous sardine run.
If you don’t already know where to stay in order to visit the famous Kawasan Falls, then Moalboal is your place. There are a few spots in Badian town which is where the falls are located but most people stay in Moalboal which is just a 20 minute tricycle ride away from Kawasan Falls. We bartered the guy down to 300 pesos to get there.
2. Cambugahay Falls – Siquijor
Cambugahay Falls is the one of the most famous Siquijor tourist spots. It was definitely our favourite place in Siquijor. Obviously many tourists head to this spot but it wasn’t as busy as we expected and we visited at around midday.
We paid 50 Pesos for unlimited swings on the rope and spent a good couple of hours just hanging out at Cambugahay Falls. The locals were super friendly and enthusiastic, welcoming us into one of most visited Philippines waterfalls.
3. Lugnason Falls – Siquijor
Lugnason falls has stunning scenery leading up to it and there’s a free parking spot when you arrive. From there you can head straight down the steps to the falls.
There are two jumping points and the falls are much more peaceful and less touristy than any of the waterfalls in the Philippines we’ve been to. Hidden amongst the jungle, Lugnason falls definitely worth stopping by if you’re passing it.
4. Damiao Twin Falls – Bohol
As for Bohol waterfalls, Dimiao Twin Falls is definitely one of the popular up and coming Bohol tourist spots, although it’s not yet fully equipped for visitors. The 1km scenic walk down is very beautiful but can get muddy so take it easy!
The water is very deep from the middle leading up to the waterfall, but around the side you can sit on the rocks, or even lay in the rubber rings and raft.
5. Ingkumhan Falls – Bohol
Ingkumhan Falls was definitely the favourite out of the two Bohol waterfalls we visited. It’s an off the beaten track destination with a beautiful, scenic walk down. It takes around 15 minutes to walk down from the parking spot.
Of all the Bohol tourist spots, Ingkumhan Falls should definitely be considered as one of the top things to do in Bohol.
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