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Nagkalit-Kalit Falls

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Nagkalit-Kalit Falls

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El Nido: Beach and Waterfalls Tour (Tour E)
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Pasadena, El Nido, Palawan Island 5313 Philippines
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Puerto Princesa: Shared UNESCO Underground River Day Tour
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Puerto Princesa: Shared UNESCO Underground River Day Tour

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With this tour, you'll get to visit one of the longest navigable underground river in the world. With the help of your guide, you'll get to know more of Puerto Princesa and the wonderful flora and fauna found only in our island. Book this trip if you wish to have a fun-filled day in the city.<br><br>The activity includes pick up from your hotel within 15 kilometers of the airport. We will advise you of your exact pick up time before 7 PM the day prior so you know what time you'll prepare. Have a heavy breakfast because travel time from the city to the wharf is 2 hours. <br><br>Waiting time is inevitable considering that this is one of the most popular tours in Puerto Princesa. Despite this, your guide will endeavor to provide you with one of the most memorable trips in Palawan.<br><br>Lunch will be served at a local restaurant and after, you have the option to join a zip line flight and help the local community who organizes this activity. <br><br>You'll be back at your hotel at around 4 PM.
US$37.50 per adult
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annibear wrote a review Mar 2020
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom720 contributions199 helpful votes
We walked through the forest and the 8 shallow rivers it was nice to walk through the water it cooled your feet . We had a really good guide who was very informative , we got to the falls and went in the water it was cool stayed for a while there was a guy selling drinks from ice box we had drink then walked back we had a good couple of hours there .
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sherry Ann Nesperos wrote a review Nov 2019
Pangasinan Province, Philippines2 contributions
It’s nice, but so far from the main road and the water was so cold, anyway we enjoyed it there with my boyfriend.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Carlos Pellegrini wrote a review Oct 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates21 contributions2 helpful votes
3 amazing falls. We visited during the end of the low season, so not so many tourist present. This period of time is good but you have a risk of rains. We were lucky to have have only 5 minutes raing during our 6 day stay. Prices were cheaper, and sites less crowded.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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kayleigh w wrote a review Sep 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom45 contributions8 helpful votes
You can either get a tuk tuk to this area or rent a scooter/motorbike for around 500 pesos per bike, we paid around 300 pesos each for a guided tour to the waterfalls, I can’t remember the guides name but he was honestly so nice and friendly, he took us on a walk through the rainforest which was beautiful, as we went early we were lucky there was no one else there. We both just wore flip flops and it was fine, as to get to the falls you have to walk through around 8 rivers, most only ankle deep, when we reached the waterfalls we could get in the water and have a swim and the guide took pictures for us, the first waterfall is bigger than the other, I would recommend taking water, towel, and swimwear :)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Olli G wrote a review Jan 2019
Merzig, Germany6 contributions4 helpful votes
Waterfalls are not impressive. Probably i have seen much better before. 30 min Walk was a nice activity. You will have to pay 250 peso for a guide. It is more like a help for the local People. So alright. If you are interested for a walk and to see a little waterfall, you can go. If you have better things on your list; you won't miss a "Must Seen" place.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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