A gentle 20 mins walk up to the falls, walking through pretty basic rice farming along a nice stream, Carabao wallowing in mud, locals busy harvesting and maintaining crops, as well as plenty of fresh coconuts for sale along the way. The water temp in the falls is fresh and a instant cool off on a hot day.
Not the largest falls by far, but nice nevertheless. It's about a 3-km round trip hike up to the springs over a rocky beat-up dirt road. It's best to wear good shoes -- flip-flops are not recommended. Wear or bring your swimsuit with you. The pond in front of the falls is nice, cool, and refreshing.
Its approx 45min trek going to the falls but its all worth it. You'd also enjoy trekking itself. Very easy. The falls is great, refreshing water, reaching it would take your fatigue away. Guides are also friendly.
This was part of my tour in Pagudpud with my trike driver. when you get to the area, you will be required to have a tour guide as you cannot tour it alone (I was travelling alone at that time). before you get there it will be a 30 minute walk along the beautiful farm fields of the area, your...
Entrance per hd is P10. P100 tourguide good for 5 persons. Can swim but should be no soap or any kind of detergent. About 1.5 km. Tour guides are very approachable. After the fun of trekking..we were greeted by the cold water. brrr. Its around 3-4 ft only. No litters by the way.
So we went to Kabigan Falls with a tour guide (or whatsoever you call them) but it's too far. I hope the tourist guide must ask the tourist if she/he can still reach the destination.
It was raining so bad when we start to walk, and the mud is slidy (of course)... So my mom's knees are brittle so we...