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Long trip but worth it

It's a long trip to get there from the IBS in Divisoria, so be sure to bring drinks and snacks to... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2018
Khalid E
Zamboanga City, Zamboanga, Philippines
Majestic, NOT. Picturesque, YES.

Banish all preconceived notion that this is a majestic waterfalls. It is not because it is not a... read more

Reviewed 11 January 2018
Roxas City, Philippines
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Reviewed 29 March 2018

It's a long trip to get there from the IBS in Divisoria, so be sure to bring drinks and snacks to eat during your trip. Once you get off the bus or van, you'll need to ride a habal-habal to get to the location. Once...More

Thank Khalid E
Reviewed 11 January 2018

Banish all preconceived notion that this is a majestic waterfalls. It is not because it is not a big waterfalls. But i t is beautiful in pictures (IG fans will agree). A bit far from the city and will take most of your day to...More

1  Thank rickydmd888
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

This is a beautiful stunning falls about 2 hour drive from Zamboanga city.When the short cut is ready it will cut the journey by half an hour.Our driver took the short cut going n the long way home.The shorter road still under construction n could...More

2  Thank frank c
Reviewed 9 February 2017

be ready to take a 2hour bus ride from the city and about 30 mins. by habal-habal to see this stunning and captivating beauty

1  Thank JudyTPazon
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

My entire family planned to visit this amzing falls in zmaboanga.. we are locals and we are a brood of 20 so rented 2 vans who are owned by manong adam.. he gave us a good price and offered to stay with us the entire...More

4  Thank jeng95
Reviewed 17 December 2016

From zamboanga downtown, take a van/jeep for a 1.5 hrs travel, then from the main road another 30min by habal-habal (motorcycle) and lastly a good 30min hike in concrete steps with hand rails. Best to go here in the morning or mid day for picnic...More

1  Thank byrone29
Reviewed 3 June 2016

As a child i would always hear elders refer to 'Merloquet' as a place to be vanished to when one is being naughty (some sort of a fairyland) only to find out 2-years ago that it is indeed a real place 3 hours away from...More

Thank BooMoonstar
Reviewed 6 January 2016

Loooong travel but worth it! The view of the falls was amazing. I've never seen like one before. I'm surprised that Zamboanga has this kind of tourist spot. Downside is, all the travel for what? Just for the view? You even can't swim on it....More

Thank Beverly S
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Merloquet Falls appear on the tourist brochures for Zamboanga City, but they are not quite as accessible as you might suppose. This is an all day trip, but well worth the journey. It took about two and a half hours by van to get to...More

3  Thank 9Roller9
Reviewed 3 November 2015

My first encounter with Merloquet Falls was in 2012. It was a memorable experience! We rented a PUV that cannot make it to the mountainous road so we have to walk, climb up and down. But lo and behold, when we reached and saw the...More

Thank ruwenv
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