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Eden N wrote a review Feb 2020
Port Barton, Philippines23 contributions4 helpful votes
Perfect place to read a book while listening to the falling water and feel the breeze... We really enjoyed our holidays and hope you guys also visit this place. An hour walking/trek from port Barton town and you can also rent a motorbike in Port Barton.
Date of experience: February 2020
MatthiasBr wrote a review Jan 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands7 contributions
Walked there from Port Barton. Nice walk (or work out) through the jungle and refreshing swim at the falls. We took a tricycle from the falls to the beautiful small village and beach of Pamuayan.
Date of experience: January 2020
Joseph V wrote a review Dec 2019
Luzon, Philippines51 contributions51 helpful votes
Its a combination of hiking and trekking going to the falls. A must do if you want to experience island and jungle trip in port barton. Along the way you can stay at tentstar eco resort and also visit a secluded beach in pamuayan. You can also rent a mountain bike for p250 located in fron of rubins hotel.…
Date of experience: December 2019
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Mina H wrote a review Sep 2019
10 contributions5 helpful votes
I took a motor bike up to the falls and walked back - took an hour. I was the only one there and it was incredibly peaceful with lots of butterflies and dragon flies. It was a nice day trip if you enjoy a good walk.
Date of experience: August 2019
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Lukeysarbear wrote a review Jun 2019
Blandford Forum, United Kingdom266 contributions74 helpful votes
We walked both there and back.. It is quite a walk in the heat, so take water. We saw a monitor lizard and a small snake so that was cool!! The walk is predominantly along a road, it's not busy but nor is it picturesque. Once arriving and making a 'donation' (not sure who to) the last 1km or so is through the jungle and relatively flat - though not at all accessible. There's a bit of shelter there to store your bags while you take a swim, but nowhere to change as such. You'll be greatful of the cold water after the walk. There is a small shop at the entrance to buy drinks should you need them.. You'll also normally see a tricycle or 2 should you need a lift back to town. …
Date of experience: May 2019