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Tinago Falls

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Tinago Falls

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Adam S wrote a review Nov 2017
15 contributions3 helpful votes
Nice place to spend a few hours. Apparently don't get under the water fall as you will get sucked down and get caught under the rocks. Good on a hot day.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Benedict A wrote a review Oct 2017
Manila, Philippines170 contributions48 helpful votes
Tinago or "Hidden" is located in Biliran, Leyte. It will take away your breath as it mightily lets water flow to a vast area of calm water. However, it can be quite challenging to swim during seasons of strong current. A lower layer provides more accessible swimming area where guests can also jump into a 14-feet deep water from a 10-ft cliff jump. Truly enjoyable! Please dispose your trash properly!
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Grace V wrote a review Sep 2017
Manila, Philippines91 contributions28 helpful votes
My friends and I were on a tour, and we went here right after we got off the boat from Sambawan Island. The place is definitely not that easy to reach, but I suppose you'll be able to rent a tricycle at a reasonable price. There are restrooms and changing rooms, but they were not that clean (but only because the floor was too muddy). Although it's not the best-looking waterfall you'll ever see, it's still undoubtedly beautiful. Before you get to swim, you'll have to walk across several huge rocks. They are very slippery, but you'll be assisted by friendly locals. It was almost four in the afternoon when we went there, so the water was already quite cold (but you'll get used to it). The water is clear and relatively deep. If you're brave enough, you should try to get close to the waterfall.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Phoebe S wrote a review Sep 2017
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Very picturesque. We went on a Thursday and there was no one in sight. Popped in the following day and it was very busy. So try and avoid weekends if possible. Not our favourite waterfall on the island (Bagongbong) but worth a visit! Easy to get to and not as much of a hike as others!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Cowboysfan1968 wrote a review Aug 2017
California5 contributions1 helpful vote
I enjoyed myself here. I only looked at the waterfall and left but its really beautiful here. I stayed for 20 minutes.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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