Of all the Bohol waterfalls, Dimiao Twin Falls and Ingkumhan Falls were our favourite. So here’s our breakdown of all you need to know when visiting.
The Best Bohol Waterfalls On The Island – MUST Visits
How To Get To Ingkumhan Falls
We found our way to Ingkumhan falls using the maps.me app as it doesn’t show the exact pin point on Google Maps.
If you can’t download maps.me for any reason, your best bet is to head towards Barangay Bauhugan, Dimiao. You can ask the friendly locals from here. Or hopefully, you’ll be lucky enough to spot the Ingkumhan Falls sign.
Costs To Enter
All Tourists – 10 PHP
About Ingkumhan Falls
This was definitely our favourite of the Bohol waterfalls!
We got a little lost when we were close to the turn off but a woman called Marylin spotted us looking confused and walked us all the way to the falls.
It turns out we were super close. It took 15 minutes to walk down the slope/steps to the falls. Not only that, she spent time with us at Ingkumhan Falls and insisted on making us dinner after our enjoyable visit.
Ingkumhan Falls was definitely our favourite Bohol waterfall. It’s an off the beaten track destination with a beautiful, scenic walk down. Of all the Bohol tourist spots, Ingkumhan Falls should definitely be considered as one of the top things to do in Bohol.
The road up to Inkumhan Falls is super adventurous and it’s definitely worth the long drive. The waters are crystal clear so you might even spot some fishes swimming around you. There’s also a swing at Ingkumhan Falls AND a spot where you can jump off.
How to Get To Dimiao Twin Falls – Pahangog Falls
From Tagbilaran to Dimiao Twin Falls, the drive took us just over 1 hour on scooter.
To save confusion, Dimiao Twin Falls generally comes up on google maps as Pahangog Falls, so for anyone wondering, it is the same place.
Costs To Enter
Local Tourist – 10 PHP
Foreigner Tourist – 20 PHP
Child (Under 12) – 5 PHP
Cottages – 50 PHP
About Dimiao Twin Falls Bohol – aka Pahangog Falls
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.
There are no small shops for refreshments so if you’re spending some time there, it’s best to make a small pack up and take lot’s of water. We were lucky to arrive with no one there so we had the whole place to ourselves.
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.
Tagbilaran Hotels – Check out the hotels in Tagbilaran as a good base to be central for exploring. Just a short walk from the ferry terminal if you can get a cheap bike this is a perfect place to explore the island from.
Panglao Beach Resorts – The main beach destination of Bohol and home to all the beautiful beaches. It may be a little more expensive but if you’re aiming for the beaches this is where to stay in Bohol.
You can also check out the prices of other places to stay in Bohol here.
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