Discover the best top things to do in Bohol Province, Philippines including Camugao Falls, Kinahugan Falls, Ingkumhan Falls, Dimiao Twin Falls, Can-umantad Falls, Mag-Aso Falls, Inambacan Falls, Panga Falls, Busay Falls, Dabo Dabo Falls.
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5.0 based on 11 reviews
if you want a waterfall all to yourself, this is for you. We had a scooter and drove ourselves here . If you buy a data card ( we went globe) it will be easy for you to find. We went late afternoon and was such a beautiful sport for a swim and no one was here! you pay an entrance fee + parking fee up the top. the locals will guide you to the path, which is quiet steep and rocky. but once your down you dont care !
5.0 based on 8 reviews
We decided to discover some not so touristy spots, and this waterfall was one of our choices. Getting down here after a rainy day would not have been possible without the locals who helped us - Gerald Twindle and Jimywel because walking downhill was super slippery and muddy. But it was worth the dirt. At one point it was just us in this magical place. Very beautiful. Worth the trip.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Wow. Must visit. I did not expect this beauty. We walked for around 30 minutes with a very friendly and helpful local called Emil (look out for him) as it was too muddy to drive a scooter. I don't think we would have managed to go downhill without his help because it was very slippery. I couldn't believe that we had the place all to ourselves. In my opinion, the twin falls are more beautiful than Kawasan.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
This will be an adventure for you. Can-umantad falls is the tallest, remotest falls of Bohol, Philippines. The usual Bohol itinerary will take you to the beaches of Panglao and the areas near Tagbilaran City at where you can visit the Loboc river, the chocolate hills and see the tarsiers. But if you have the time and the adventurous spirit, then exploring the eastern side of Bohol will challenge you. Rent a motorbike and drive from Tagbilaran or Panglao to Anda for 2 to 3 hours. We spent the afternoon there swiming in cave pools and swimming in virgin white sand beaches were there are no other souls. You may also reach this by bus. The following morning, we drove 30 minutes from Anda to Candijay where the falls is at. Then we took the rural road climbing up the mountain, it took us about an hour. Alternatively, you can ride a bus from Anda to Candijay and then a habal habal to the falls. Look for the Eleuterio farm where they serve meals, pricey though. There is a stairway there through a rice terraces going down to the falls. Alternatively, there is another route to the falls further up ahead. Just ask around. When you get there, it will be all worth it. There was nobody there but us when we finally arrived. Trully exotic. The height and power of this hidden natural wonder will reward your restless spirit!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
The way to the falls is very well marked. We came late afternoon and had a pleasent dip in the cool water, together with some lovely and very welcoming Philippino teens. The falls were not crowded, in contrary - we had the place almost to ourselves. Only one point: be careful when entering the water. Its so slippery...
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