We took a Great Sights Tour which was very expensive ( 4800 pesos) but worth the experience.
On arrival, there was a welcome drink and toilet facilities. We were then taken on a Cart Ride with a guitarist and singer on board, round the estate. Next was the private museum that belong to the owners of the estate. It was interesting to see the various floats parked in there for the use of festivals. The museum also gave us a good insight into the politics of the Phillipines.
Next, we were taken in the cart again to the changing rooms so that we can wear gear more suitable to the waterfall restaurant. Bring a change of clothes, towels and jandals. The restaurant has all of its tables in water. The water level is about knee deep. The floor of the waterfall is quite slippery. So ladies, do accept the waiters' hands to guide you to the tables.
The buffet lunch was excellent. A good variety of fish, chicken, beef and vegetables. You need to pay for drinks because that is not included in the tour price. There are no utensils for lunch. Hence bring some disposables with you. The waterfall is just in the background and so you will get sprayed if you sit too close or if you want shots by the waterfall.
After lunch, you can go for a good dip in the swimming pools nearby or try your hand at steering a boat by the river.
This is an all day trip and a very enjoyable one until you hit the traffic going back to Manila. That itself can take a few hours.