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Must see if on the island
I took a habal habal from the town (about 200-250 pesos one way) to the location up the mountains until the bike could go no further. Then kept hiking upwards. You'll come to a clearing with 2 large concrete...More
Very nice waterfalls.
I saw hundreds in Philippines...
Especially upper-right part, which is not always offered or recommended.
January could be still good for visit, cause of rain...means a lot of water.
There are amazing rice terraces as well.
Don't need to go to Sorsogon....More
This one has it all. Habal-habal drivers all know it and it's easily accessible - once you get off the motorbike it's about a 15 min walk (max) on easy terrain, the footpath is clearly visible. The waterfall itself is impressive, wide and powerfull. You...More
If you're looking for a different kind of "waterfall experience", Ulan-Ulan Falls is a must see. Ulan is a tagalog word that means rain. You get the idea why it is called Ulan-Ulan? exactly because the waterfall has a high, and powerful cascade and being...More
The trek can be long, it was a three hour walk from Poblacion, Almeria. It may be best to take a habil-habil to Brgy Sampao or just ask locals from Almeria the directions to Ulan-Ulan.
The falls is gorgeous, with great views from the top...More
Saw this first on Biliran's website when I was looking for local attractions where I could take my foreign friends. Chose this destination coz its near the area where we were staying, and it looked beautiful from the pictures i saw on websites and blogs....More