Candapdapan Rice Terraces
Candapdapan Rice Terraces
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Florent H
North Sulawesi, Indonesia168 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Couples
Obviously not as impressive as the rice terraces of Banaue but still worth a visit.

You can walk through the rice fields and chill on the neighbouring hills.

Very nice spot for photography and have fun with your drone (if you have one).

Only con really, some old lady will try her luck and ask for an entrance fee. Keep in mind this is a public area tree of charge.
Written October 15, 2023
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Olve C
55 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Solo
along the road and about ten kilometers stretch magnificent rice terraces ... you also have to take small paths on the right and hard on the left to have different points of view! less spectacular than that of Banaue and sagada but really very very interesting at the end there is a very very beautiful waterfalls where UNFORTUNATELY the rain, that day was starting to fall we could see most of the waterfalls of Bohol with some superb natural pools and nice blue waters!
Written July 21, 2023
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Perry S
Brooklyn, NY5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
We took an afternoon trip from Anda Beach, up through the rolling hills to see the amazing rice terraces. We parked at the top and then walked down through the jungle (512 steps!) to swim i the Can-umantad Falls - well worth the trip.
Written August 29, 2022
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niiian
Manila, Philippines37 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
The rice terraces was on the way to Can-Umantad Falls. It was not as instagram-worthy as we would like it to be cos the farmers just harvested the rice. But the vastness was admirable. The road going here is not yet fully constructed. We could have skipped this had we known the trip would be about 20 minutes of rough road. Good thing we were not crowded in the van.
Written November 8, 2019
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Kikaydoo
Pasig, Philippines248 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Couples
Travelled all the way here from Panglao and it is worth it. Off road experience using a motorbike as the road there is rocky and muddy due to the weather condition at the time we went. Have to pay entrance and parking fee because the land I believe is a private one (Eleuterio's). The scenery though is breathtaking and is definitely worth going. Can also go to Canumantad falls after
Written August 31, 2019
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Vitor Alves
Macau, China35 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
worthy for a visit and a must to see water falls, love the place, sure i will recommend this place for anyone that will visit Bohol
Written April 25, 2019
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RinaM
Hong Kong, China34 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Solo
It is true that these rice terraces are not quite as spectacular as those that I have seen in Bali, but these were still definitely up there. The drive from Panglao does take around 2-2.5 hours, but as others have commented - the scenery on-route makes it that much more enjoyable. Once you turn off the main road and take the road up the hill, you are instantly slowed down due to the poor road surface which is where the majority of your journey time is spent! But again, the sights on the way make-up for this. When you reach the top, your driver will be told to stop as you are only allowed to carry on by taking a local motorbike, which costs 100 pesos and is easily worth it for their expertise to navigate through the pot holes in the road and the steep hills that you have to go up and down......I had to close my eyes for some of it! I was dropped at the waterfall first, which was very pretty and peaceful and nice to see, but definitely not as impressive as others I've seen. We then went onto the rice terraces and I was told that I could stay on the private property to take photo's or hike a short distance to the other side of the mountain - however as it was such a hot day and I chose to just take pictures from the private property. Indeed there is an old lady there who will charge you 25 pesos just to be there and she does conveniently seem to run out of the correct change when you buy a drink, but honestly I was only too happy to pay extra. She spent nearly an hour with me talking through the grounds and taking me around her 'hotel' and private pool and the work that they do on the private gardens around the rice terraces is spectacular, so for me it was worth the money - essentially I just paid another 100 pesos to her for my drink and her company! I was only too happy to sit there for a while and soak in the view. It was so peaceful and relaxing and such a beautiful sight. I would definitely stop by again.
Written February 11, 2019
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Andreas W
Changzhou, China1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019
Very photographic place and surly worth a visit. It’s on private property so you need to pay a little fee. But be aware of the old lady in the restaurant - she will rip you off. She does never have enough change (turned out it was a lie). The restaurant is not good but overpriced and you have to pay for everything in addition - she will charge you even for sitting at a table.
If you just go there for your pictures you will not regret, but avoid the restaurant.
Written February 10, 2019
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eteng2016
Dasmarinas City, Philippines216 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Family
Candapdapan Rice Terraces is a 2+ hours drive from Bohol bee farm in Panglao. It was a long drive but you won't be disappointed on the sights you will see along the way. From farm lands, to coast line, busy port of Jagna and everything in between.
When we reach the ricce fields we were told that we have an option to look at the rice fields eaither on a private piece of the rice field which was owned by one of the residence with paved road or we go to the public one which is free but expect to be muddy and dirty. yes we passed by the rice paddies on bare foot.
It took us almost 30 minutes or so to reach this hill that over look the whole rice fields and the view was spectacular! I The farmers just started to plant rice and it was an amazing experience to see how they do it the old fashion way. The rythmn they produce it was like watching dancers in perfect coordination.
On top of that hill was like heaven on earth! so peaceful. I will definitely would like to come back during harvest season where the fields will turn to gold!
Written January 21, 2019
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Juandabid
Tagbilaran City, Philippines27 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Friends
Very amazing and breathtaking scenery very refreshing and peaceful. There are many spots where you can rest and take good pictures.
Written June 21, 2018
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