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Calasa Falls: An Accidental Discovery

After my stop in the quiet little town of Boljoon (Ili Rock Viewing Deck) and a quick lunch in Oslob, I was on my way to the town of Moalboal for some much-needed swim. The trip was going to be a long one as Moalboal is basically eight towns away. And I was certain that I’d be […]

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Dau Falls: An Experience Like No Other

Still wet from my short adventure in Binalayan Falls in Barangay Bonbon, I got on my bike and drove towards the direction of Barangay Suba, Samboan. My guide in Binalayan had said that the drive to Dau would be quick so changing into a dry pair of shorts wouldn’t make sense. And I agree. True […]

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The Three Drops of Binalayan

When I saw a sign posted on a tree by the side of the road, however, I was like, “Why the heck not? I’m already here!” So I got off the highway, drove a few meters to a group huddled around a small store, and asked for directions. So, it turned out that the ‘store’ […]

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Montañeza Falls: Malabuyoc’s Hidden Gem

The great thing about driving a motorbike when traveling is that you can stop wherever you want, whenever you want. A few weeks ago, I was looking for a particular waterfall in the town of Alegria. And although I did not know exactly where it was located, I decided to not ask around and try to locate it […]

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Falling for Lusno Falls

To tell you the truth, finding Ronda’s Lusno Falls wasn’t easy. Alegria’s Cambais Falls was hard, but Lusno really takes the cake. Although Lusno Falls is located in Ronda, a lot of people that we asked on our way swore that it is in Argao. In fact, the road-side sign which tells you where to make a […]

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Discovering Pityak and the Best Chicken Tinola

The original plan was to visit the town of Ronda to check out a spring called Lapnis. The spring is quite popular among local thrill-seekers and I wanted to see for myself if it is indeed as awesome as they say. I knew that finding it would be pretty challenging, so I decided to ask Bojo to come […]

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Kan-Amno Falls: Boljoon’s Pride

Name: Kan-Amno Falls Type: Waterfall System Municipality: Boljoon Barangay: Lower Becerril Features: Waterfall System Distance from City: 3 Hours by Land Distance from Town Proper: 30 minutes Access: Bus / Van / Private Nearest Tourist Spot: Boljoon Town Church Trekking Time: 15 to 20 minutes Standard Rate/Fee: – Additional Expenses: – Hours: – Restrictions: – Guide/Tour Operator: No […]

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Mangasang Falls: Tagbao’s Beautiful Secret

A couple of weeks ago, my friend Marven told me about a waterfall near his home that he wanted to check out. See, he lives in Barangay Guba in the highlands. If you’re wondering where Guba is, it is located next to Barangay Sirao (where the famous Ayala Heights is located.) Anyways, long story short, […]

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This Way to Cambais Falls

The good thing about following awesome people on Instagram is that you get to see all their awesome adventures. The bad thing about following awesome people on Instagram is that you get to see all their awesome adventures! Haha. Now, you’re lucky if moolah is never an issue and you can simply retrace their steps whenever you […]

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Aguinid Falls Revisited

Right after checking out Ginatilan’s Inambakan Falls (we didn’t stay long,) our next stop was the town of Samboan to see the Aguinid Falls. The Aguinid Falls is located in a small baranggay called Tangbo. The road-side sign is small so it is better if you ask around especially since the baranggay is close to […]

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