Lambingan Falls
Lambingan Falls
4.5
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may_mktgnbg
Manila, Philippines996 contributions
Friends
We enjoyed the place as we had it all to ourselves when we visited.
The water was clear and place was ok. There were some steps going to the place where I find it challenging.
Written 29 July 2018
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jesuitfriar
Quezon City, Philippines46 contributions
Business
One of the pristine natural pool in Sibuyan Island. The attraction has so much potential to be developed but the issues with right of way toward the site is a real turn off. Visitors have to go through a private property first before they could visit the site.
Written 19 March 2018
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KIMI4812
Quezon City, Philippines1,056 contributions
Friends
Lambingan Falls is nearly 30 minutes by tricycle from the Bagumbayan Beach Resort. Located near the street, it was a short hike up to the first pool where one would see a make shift shower from a reservoir tank, a nipa hut and a small pool of clear mineral water coming down from the mountain side. A short waterfall can be seen from the rocky waterway. However, upon exploration, this was the first of a line of nice waterfalls upriver. We had to scramble through the rock walls holding on to the bamboo railings to get up the river. It was worth the tedious climb. After 15 minutes we saw the zigzag waterfalls and a bigger catchment pool. We dove into the clear mineral water and felt the soothing effects of the cool mountain water. It was very energizing to be in the middle of a forest, dipped in cool mountain waters and with very few explorers and curious tourists like us. We enjoyed ourselves for about 30 minutes and started to descend since it was near sunset and it would not be wise to trek in the dark. The scenery though would be imprinted in our memory for that very soothing dip in cool waters...truly invigorating.
Written 29 May 2017
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Rommel B
6 contributions
Friends
You will feel like you are in love after dipping in this awesome body of water. Go to the highest fall to experience what it feels to be in love. ;)
Written 30 April 2017
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Dominique55bruxelles
Bangkok, Thailand164 contributions
Solo
Not so far from magdiwang by tricycle, its à nice place to smell thé parfumés of thé sea and thé jungle!
Three natural basin's in the stone allows you to take a refreshing bath under the shadows of the forest.
Written 23 June 2015
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MaiLR
Manila, Philippines79 contributions
Family
Went here with my 3 1/2 year old son and husband. Going here, you have to take a 15 minute ride from the heart of magdiwang. Then, you pay a very minimal fee (P50 for local tourist if I'm correct) and then hike for about 10 minutes. My 3 year old was able to do it so it wasn't that bad.

I had the best swim in my life here because the cold water was very welcome bec of the summer heat.
Written 6 May 2014
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Tomothy W
Miami, FL32 contributions
Couples
We had a great time at the falls, hewy were so refreshing to sit under, and you can enter into the small shelved area at the rear from the water. To watch the Filipino children having fun and swimming till their hearts content, Salamat to you all, we be back soon to see you and bring printed pictures
Written 16 November 2013
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Hollies2010
Chorley, UK191 contributions
Couples
We visited Lambingan falls whist we staying at Sanctuary Garden resort in Magdiwang on Sibuyan island. We rented bicycles from the resort for the 8km journey down the coastal road to the falls. The views along the road are beautiful, several sections of the road were very bumpy and we had to walk at times but this was fine and all part of the fun!
The falls are a 5 minute walk from the coastal road, there were trees at the side of the road where we could chain up the bikes in the shade. There is a small entrance fee to the falls, php100 for foreign visitors, php30 for local visitors, we were happy to pay the fee as we felt the money would go into helping the local communities on the island.
After the long and very hot bike ride, it was such a pleasure to reach the cool waters of the falls, with natural pools perfect for swimming. We spent a few hours relaxing in the sun and swimming in the pools, we were the only people there and it was very peaceful. We were able to climb up the falls surrounded by the jungle, it really was a wonderful experience. There is also plenty of shade provided by the jungle so you can escape from the sun. We took drinks and snacks with us as there is nowhere to buy close to the falls, it would be a wonderful spot for a picnic lunch.
We visited many waterfalls during our trip and around the Philippines and this was one of our favourites, it was very natural, beautiful and peaceful, a great place to visit.
For more details of our trip and the many wonderful places we visited in the Philippines, please take a look at our travel blog
http://blog.travelpod.com/members/perkins2013
Written 6 November 2013
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