Had a fun half day walking up to the falls and then having a good swim. Had been rain for a couple days before so falls were flowing nicely. Kids enjoyed.
30 minute hike, nice to walk in the outdoors, but arrived at the falls was disappointed ... I expected a better place, the falls are small and you can't do so much... We spent 700 pesos for the guide and 200 pesos for the tricycle! you can spend money to visit better places!!!
Took a hike for 40 minutes from Aninuan bridge, we reached the falls and it was great with cool and fresh water to replenish your body from a long hike. The great part was going down because we took the hike towards white beach and it was a very long hike but with great rewards along the way. Breath taking... 更多
We arranged for a guided tour from our resort. We left at 9:30 am but if one could leave earlier it would be better because the weather is hot and humid. I suggest that travellers should bring 1L of bottled water for the trek. We met Mang Narling at the resort and we walked down the resort's stairs down to... 更多
We went there around 7:30am and it was a nice decision since we are the only tourists in the falls, according to the caretaker the peak is around 11am and it's not a good idea since the area is not as big as we expect it to be but nonetheless you can't go wrong with nature. Tha water is just... 更多
This waterfalls isn't as spectacular and picturesque as some of the other falls around the Philippines or the world. Yet short and easy trek to this falls and the falls itself has a warm and relaxing vibe. There are life jackets available so you could go swim as well. Oh and did I mention that it's a lot of fun... 更多
Aninuan Falls is about 30 mins walk away from Aninuan beach. The hike is quite nice - easy to walk and through a nice scenery. By the waterfall itself there is a small natural pool that is used frequently by the locals.
We did the trek from Tribal Hills Resort and the trek there is not worth it. Spend 3-4 hours of your time doing something else.