Buntot Palos Falls
Buntot Palos Falls
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Anna D
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019
We went this first week of June since the rainy season hasn't started yet. The trail was very steep so be very careful. Have a tour guide with you and bring some of your guy friends to assist you in ascending and descending the trail. Bring lots of water to re hydrate and food because honestly you'll get hangry. YES, you read it right "HANGRY". Because it will take you 2 to 3 hours to get there. That depends on your enthusiasm. But when you get there, totally worth it.
Written June 14, 2019
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Deztreks
Manila, Philippines57 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Friends
The hike takes around about 2.5hrs to make it to the waterfall, as you slowly ascend about 400 metres into the mountains. Although very challenging, it is extremely rewarding as you stand there listening to the water crashing down from above. Such is the force of the water as it smashes into the basin below it is almost impossible to hold a conversation due to the noise. If you are into difficult hikes, this will challenge you.
Written February 20, 2019
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Jake2014jake
Pasig, Philippines605 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Friends
Also known as Hidden Falls to the locals, the trek to the falls begins at the Barangay Balian Outpost in Pangil, Laguna. Register at the Barangay Balian Outpost and pay the 25.00 peso registration fee. You will be provided a guide and believe me, a guide is necessary. The guide fee is 300.00 pesos for a group of 5.

The trek to the falls takes 1.5 hours, or longer, depending on your fitness level. The trek is easier during the dry season but is more difficult during the rainy season as the path becomes very muddy. Getting stuck in ankle -deep mud is not a pleasant experience. My advice, wear shoes, and not flip-flops to make it easier for yourself and for your feet!

Once you reach the falls, all your weariness and cares will melt away at the sight of this marvel. The falls cascades majestically from a height of 90 feet into a basin of clear water perfect for swimming. There is a deep area at the bottom of the falls but farther away is a shallow spot for non swimmers. My favorite spot is at the shallow part lying on my back in the water and gazing at the marvelous sight of the falls in front of me!
Written August 29, 2017
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Jevell D
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Friends
As in wow na wow na wow na wow 😂
2 hrs trekking, kuya the tour guide was nice. You can do over night stay. SULIT
Written December 30, 2016
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BUNTOT PALOS FALLS: All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)