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Inambakan Falls

Xxxx | Kalbawan, Ginatilan, Cebu Island, Visayas, Philippines, 6028, Philippines
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Cebu's Best Kept Secret

This is definitely a much better waterfall than Kawsan Falls. If you can find it that is, it's up a... read more

Reviewed December 7, 2017
iamrhys
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Wellington, New Zealand
Hidden Gem

In my opinion, this falls is much better than Kawasan falls. Kawasan is too commercialised with the... read more

Reviewed March 21, 2017
Nickchee30
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Singapore, Singapore
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Dec 7, 2017
“Cebu's Best Kept Secret”
Mar 21, 2017
“Hidden Gem”
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Xxxx | Kalbawan, Ginatilan, Cebu Island, Visayas, Philippines, 6028, Philippines
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Xxxx | Kalbawan, Ginatilan, Cebu Island, Visayas, Philippines, 6028, Philippines
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Reviewed December 7, 2017

This is definitely a much better waterfall than Kawsan Falls. If you can find it that is, it's up a very steep and long dirt track from the main road (maybe 4km). We had the entire place to ourselves. Our photos look amazing.

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Reviewed March 21, 2017 via mobile

In my opinion, this falls is much better than Kawasan falls. Kawasan is too commercialised with the bamboo rafts and tables everywhere. This is a hidden gem in the beautiful town of Ginatilan. Very quiet and super beautiful. There's no need for a guide as...More

3  Thank Nickchee30
Reviewed February 2, 2017 via mobile

The falls are incredible! The biggest we've seen so far. There was a raft which must be used to take you right over to the base of the falls but we didn't use it. We went around 9am and were the only people there which...More

1  Thank cw19
Reviewed July 17, 2016 via mobile

We went here after going to moalboal.. it was like almost 2 hours drive from moalboal to ginatilan.. we were kinda tipsy already and we all agreed to go there to regain strength.. we went to the first level which was like a 10 minute...More

1  Thank Gelai T
Reviewed July 8, 2016 via mobile

Habal-habal trip from the town's main road to the start point of the trail and it will usually take around half hour walk to reach the falls. Bit cheap since entrance fee only costs 10 pesos. Our group felt adventurous and went up to the...More

1  Thank ubendongallo
Reviewed April 19, 2016

inambakan falls is definitely nice place to place especially summer season! Had fun swimming the cold water of the fallls.The place is very easy to locate but the road going down is a little bit tricky to some riders. Definitely going back here soon. Not...More

1  Thank jundnm24
Reviewed March 26, 2016 via mobile

Cool water very refreshing. Not commercialize compared to other nearby falls. Entrance fee of 20/person parking 30.

1  Thank Alfred G
Reviewed March 11, 2016

Went there with friends and the place wasn't crowded. As if you have the place all by yourself. As you descend down the stairs, you can feel the spray of the water. You can sit down and relax, and enjoy the view or take a...More

1  Thank Melissa C
Reviewed September 14, 2015

Went here on a weekday afternoon. Hired a habal-habal (motorcycle) to take me to the spot. The sloping road leading to the place, although narrow, was well paved so it was not a challenge to get to the site. I even enjoyed the greeneries and...More

5  Thank Kikz0208
Reviewed June 7, 2015

One of the more popular waterfalls in the place as the road and the steps towards it has already been developed for visiting. Not so deep, just right for swimming. I especially like its cool and clean waters plus the fact that there were just...More

1  Thank Juliefe C
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Veronica P
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Response from jundnm24 | Reviewed this property |
No available transportation! Osmeña peak is very far from inambakan falls! You can take bus going to Ginatilan
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