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The journey out to Can-umantad Falls was about an hour from Carmen where we were based, but boy was it totally worthwhile! Myself and my daughter had an amazing day out, swimming around the Falls pool, in and under the waterfall itself. The water was...More
Waterfall is 12kilometers in from the main road and there are motorbikes that can take you in for 100p/ person/ way. Their normal Moto taxis can’t bring you in.
Route to get there is a dirt path, rocky and steep. Do-able if you’re a confident...More
I was very amazed and captivated by the majestic Can Umantad Water fall, The water is so clear and cold. You have to track the falls for about 20 minutes walk from the main road. The Entrance Fee is P20 not included the Environmental Fee...More
I've been here before sometime in 2001 and so much has changed. I came back with my entire family, friends and some relatives in March 2018. This use to only have a very small trail going to the spot, now their municipality has constructed a...More
This place is Magical. From San Antonio to Candijay.
I took the Ceres Air-conditioned Public bus , it took more than 2 and a half hours to get to Barangay candijay.When you get off from the bus there is a group of motorbike taxi (habal...More
Until recently, you had to walk 20min and take 400 steps down to get to these falls. Not anymore :) The community is in the final stages of building a road all the way down to the pool near the falls. But don't be misled...More
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...More
Beautiful stunning waterfalls. It is quite a tough drive to get to once you have left the main road. approx 10km of rough unsaved road that I wouldn't attempt in the rain. Once you get to the checkpoint there is a fee to enter and...More