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I visited the falls on september 12. Our guest house arranged a bike for us to go there. The bike will drop you off a certain point from where you have either walk or take another bike for 50 peso. We prefered walking. It was...More
I was scheduled on my tour to see (Aguinid Falls) but they were "closed" how could a waterfall be closed? Oh well... I was a little upset, but lets see what Tumalog Falls got to offer... There seemed to be a staging area where our...More
This waterfalls makes a perfect side trip after the Whale Shark Experience. For a refreshment break after the ultimate salt water experience, Tumalog Falls is perfect for cooling down and witnessing a heaven-like cascading waterfalls formation. It is only 10 minutes ride away from Tan-awan,...More
Their was almost no water at the falls but it was still a pretty sight. But what made it special is how to get there. It’s 2 motorbike rides on really nice road but it’s in the mountain so it’s a real life roller coaster....More
Ist an adventure! You can take the multicab for 120 Peso/Pax from Oslob where the whale shark watching is. And ride the motorbike for 50 Peso back in fort. Its 8 minutes to walk but its faster with motorbike. They have toilet and place to...More
If you are going for the Oslob Whale sharks watching, Tumalog Falls is also a must-go because it is just 15 minutes far from the whale sharks.
The falls are beautiful, breathtaking & so refreshing. You can choose either to just walk from the spot...More