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.Since it was our first time we were eager to see what is in store for us.Well the falls is small and adequate waterfall cascading from top.We have to descend by way of makeshift bamboo stair.My empression of the place is good considering that it is still unspoiled by modern ways.The road is too narrow and the presence of danger... 更多
Coming from Manila the falls is located about 12 km before reaching the town of Bolinao. It was just after peak season when we got there, so there were very few visitors. - the access road is only partially paved, and would've been torture for my small sedan to go through. so we rented a tricycle. - since it's off... 更多
Kids really enjoy the waterfalls, it is do accessible for cars, the road is so eide and safe, a lityle rough in few areas otherwise it is very accessible.I can recommend also Bolinao enchanted cave which is few miles away from each other.
wonderful experience, nice place to visit. I tried jumping off the cliff, you have to do it! very nice falls you can also swimming... entrance 50 pesos per person. if you are in Bolinao don't forget to visiti the falls!
that falls was very awesome.. we didnt take some pictures when we visit that place ... there's another destination to go in that area it is the Bolinao beach try the salty sea in Bolinao. Enjoy wading in the sea. One way to relieve stress.
I've been to a lot of beaches and honestly I was underwhelm by the white sand beach of Bolinao. This place was my only hope to make this trip worthwile... and I wasn't disappointed. Though not a vibrant waterfall I expected, it was still pleasant to see. Swimming around is ok, but I wouldn't miss jumping off the cliff! It... 更多
Been there this summer with officemates. After a long bumpy tricycle ride, we reached the falls. We paid P50 per pax entrance fee and P20 for parking fee. We then braved the steep stairs going down the falls. The cottages cost P200 but we didnt get it and just put our things on a rock cause were on a tour... 更多
After some 60-something steps down from the main grounds, you see the cottages where you can rest, eat and relax. You also see the majestic falls where some brave folks jump from about 30-feet high into the waters that is also 30 feet deep. If you are not a seasoned swimmer, i suggest you wear a lifevest. There are a... 更多
I was excited to visit Bolinoa Falls....It's a long rough and rocky road to get there. Upon arrival it was very primitive. There is a small charge just to view but it was worth it. The stairs are long and primitive too. Not suitable for handicap persons (I use a cane) BUT, it's beautiful. Seems you can rent boats, flotation... 更多