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Bohol is blessed with a large number of romantic, refreshing waterfalls. Most of them are hidden away, only known to the local people. They will patiently wait for you to discover them.

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Blue Freedom Apnea wrote:
Monday, 6 January 2020 12:08:40 PHT
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Roy Sabijon wrote:
Thursday, 12 May 2016 10:47:27 PHT
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Nikka wrote:
Wednesday, 7 October 2015 15:12:07 PHT
Hi im nikka from northern samar i will be going to bohol at the end of the month, it will be my first visit, any suggestion where can i find a tourist guide how to get to bohol's majestic waterfalls? Iam a solo traveller and Iam good to any mix-in group day tour, or hoping a big discount since i have a tight budget for my travel.
John wrote:
Tuesday, 15 July 2014 09:34:22 PHT
I visited Mag-aso falls a couple of years ago. Even though it is possible to cross from side to side, care must be taken as the rocks are slippery - I watched a tourist slip over into the water, with his Nikon DSLR round his neck!
Crissa Bickel wrote:
Saturday, 10 May 2014 13:53:37 PHT
Residing in bohol I have my prop. for sale affordable, clean title sea front. for more info. Pls. Watch youtube and look for "Property for sale Sandingan Is. "
Crissa Bickel wrote:
Saturday, 10 May 2014 13:53:16 PHT
Residing in bohol I have my prop. for sale affordable, clean title sea front. for more info. Pls. Watch youtube and look for "Property for sale Sandingan Is. "
xtine wrote:
Thursday, 6 March 2014 11:14:55 PHT
i love waterfalls, please e-mail me a guide how to get to the the different waterfalls from tagbilaran. thanks ^_^
Jane doba wrote:
Saturday, 19 October 2013 19:49:51 PHT
I never been there poor to me....
Charmaine Olaso wrote:
Sunday, 8 September 2013 19:54:00 PHT
I had a great vacation in the province of bohol island. it was my first time to visit the place.. my hubby and his family live in the town of Candijay which has a various beautiful tourist spot. my hubby and I together with his bro. went to Can-Umantad falls located in brgy. cadapdapan. we had to walk through the 'snake road' about one kilometer from the road side to reach the falls. it has an awful scenery. a God's gift for nature lovers. this falls is worth to visit.. I would love to see it again on my next vacation :)
grace navoa wrote:
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 13:55:06 PHT
can you help us fo find a guide for those waterfalls situated in bohol
Paul Hontanosas wrote:
Wednesday, 23 November 2011 22:37:37 PHT
I am also a Boholano who loves nature and beautiful scenery. I must say there still a lots of waterfalls waiting to be discovered in this province. I am from the town Candijay and we have a huge waterfall named "Kan-umantad" located in barangay Cadapdapan.So, for those nature lovers as well as adventurers this place is worth discovering.
Junbie Bongato wrote:
Tuesday, 21 December 2010 03:44:35 PHT
I like the waterfalls of Loboc Cascade has a good swim features and a stone hill ahead in the water The up hill has tropical lush vine tree tops that cools off the area...
Celada, Sammy wrote:
Tuesday, 9 November 2010 09:56:47 PHT
For the very first time we had unforgettable trip experience in busay falls, together w/ my wife & 2 kidz
Celada, Sammy wrote:
Tuesday, 9 November 2010 09:44:25 PHT
For the very first time we had rtip experience in busay falls. Unforgettable moment,,,,lol 2gether w/ my family 2 kidz john2x jomar & my wife jesseca CELADA FAMILY
Celada, Sammy wrote:
Monday, 8 November 2010 12:24:50 PHT
Last yr me and my family was their in bohol,very excited moment.
Jackie Cariño wrote:
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 11:46:10 PHT
I've never been to that magnificient waterfalls in Bohol..i hope you can send me guide how to get in there...thanks
Thelma wrote:
Tuesday, 21 September 2010 19:20:07 PHT
Me and my group will be in bohol on oct. 30... in a super duper tight budget heheheh... anyone who could give us tips on where to stay, how to get there on chocolate hills and etc... btw, i'm from bacolod. thanks in advance!
Josh wrote:
Sunday, 19 September 2010 14:32:09 PHT
We're going to bohol on nov.25-27 and we're all very excited:-)still no idea where to stay but we love challenges. For sure it's fun asking for directions aswell hehehe...
Le Mionne de la Paz wrote:
Friday, 21 May 2010 13:50:30 PHT
We want to go there!
scott wrote:
Tuesday, 19 January 2010 15:09:40 PHT
These are just a few of the amzing waterfalls in Bohol. If you want to see these waterfalls (as well as some more spectacular ones in Bohol) join us on a trip with
Tim wrote:
Friday, 4 December 2009 14:45:15 PHT
Bohol is a nice place to stay...peaceful and solemn...hihihi...we have also kawasan falls in Trinidad, Bohol
Audre & Dimitri wrote:
Thursday, 1 October 2009 09:55:03 PHT
Have a look at boonchek's posting on Mag-Aso Falls, Bohol during the Flash Flood in June 2009 It is truly an amazing set of photos and comments.
Joeff wrote:
Wednesday, 23 September 2009 19:10:15 PHT
Hi..Its a wonderful place in Bohol,We've been there last month(August). Especially in Loboc River, nice food My suggestion is when you rent there a Van. Please confirm all the expenses pertaining to the place your been going, you will surprice there is a additional fare you will pay. Please confirm first.
Grace A. Pagdalian wrote:
Thursday, 10 September 2009 13:28:27 PHT
I am from Cebu and I plan to visit Bohol probably last week of December 2009. Would the weather be ideal for touring Bohol? Please let me know coz I wouldn't like the bad weather to ruin our trip, therefore we could just re-schedule it on summer. I will be with my sister and cousins and we are excited to see the tarsier, go swimming in one of the waterfalls there, go dolphin-watching and explore one of the caves there. We will be staying there for 3 days the most. I would appreciate your sensible response. Thanks!
azeem wrote:
Saturday, 8 August 2009 17:15:19 PHT
there are hidden danger on water fall of bohol.water suddenly raises leading to Please be warned.I read about it with pics. in a mail from one visitor.
nice wrote:
Monday, 22 June 2009 18:03:59 PHT
hi im nice libradilla a teacher from general santos city. im looking forward to expedite bohol because its has lots of wonderul waterfalls. i will also take some of my coteachers there this coming summertime? would it be a nice season to go there??
junjun wrote:
Friday, 6 March 2009 12:12:05 PHT
Hello! im junjun amper 32, from zamboanga city my relative is originated in bohol and davao..i never been to bohol its my dream to visit bohol and meet my long lost relatives.
junjun wrote:
Friday, 6 March 2009 12:11:29 PHT
Hello! im junjun amper 32, from zamboanga city my relative is originated in bohol and davao..i never been to bohol its my dream to visit bohol and meet my long lost relatives.
shirley wrote:
Wednesday, 4 March 2009 13:31:59 PHT
we plan to visit bohol and want to go to chocolate hills,tarsiers,loboc river,panglao is,dolphin watching..and watever you will suggest.please help with my scheduling as well as possible hotel..the affordable with my husband and 2 kids.
Paterno Rebosura Ruaya Jr. wrote:
Friday, 5 December 2008 10:15:58 PHT
Where's kilab-kilab falls? How to reach the place? What's the best time of the year to visit the falls? distance from the airport or wharf? The falls are wonderful.
Scott wrote:
Friday, 7 November 2008 09:43:58 PHT
For anyone wanting to visit waterfalls in Bohol, Barkada Tours can get you there! There are so many beautiful waterfalls (and other places) in Bohol that no one seems to know about or visit (except us!). There are lots not mentioned here. see:
Kendra wrote:
Sunday, 25 May 2008 20:57:38 PHT
Hi! To those who've been to the falls in tagbilaran, do you know any hotels/ inn where we can stay for the night? we would like to explore tagbilaran first,do a countryside tour when we land in the airport, check-in a hotel at night and go to one of the falls in the morning before we actually head to panglao island. Any help would be appreciated. thanks!
Edith wrote:
Saturday, 24 May 2008 10:40:39 PHT
Jeroen thanks for this beautiful site we are very impressed and happy all here. Kilab-Kilab is situated in Caimbang, San Isidro, Bohol where you can see sparkling water there is another spot now in San Isidro the Candungao Peek where you can see the view the island of Cebu...

Since Lyn is from San Isidro, I know some nice places in the area, many not developed. When you climb up Tanawan Hill from Lyn's place, you have a terrific view over Bohol and Cebu. Love to watch the sunset from here.--Jeroen.

Sportshooter wrote:
Saturday, 12 April 2008 21:13:24 PHT
I am looking forward to see some waterfalls there and i will let you know more details end of June. Peter
joanne wrote:
Monday, 11 February 2008 06:53:33 PHT
How I wish I could visit my place. Been here for too long try 28 years in Florida. I'm from Anda Bohol. Amper family and Inday Potenciana's niece from cousins side, Zaransa Family. Someday I will visitthe Philippines. Keep up the good work. Thanks Joanne
Veronica wrote:
Saturday, 26 May 2007 23:35:10 PHT
Am i right in assuming that you are a foreign national? if so, i envy you! you've seen the beauty of my country, explored and savoured these breath taking discoveries. I usually go out of the country when time permits, with your site, ive realized that i didnt have to go far, try to understand other race's language. All these time, the best views were right in my own backyard! You had a front seat view, an access to that.... beating millions of Filipinos to that oppurtunity!
Loth wrote:
Tuesday, 27 March 2007 15:46:40 PHT
Adjacent to the busay falls lies the "loctob spring". in the 80's i remember it still had a waterfalls, w/c i believed was ruined by some abusive people around. but though the waters there remain to be as cold as ice, such a refreshing and soothing place to be - perfect for hot summer as we're having at present. in here you could even place your softdrinks underwaters to make it even colder. hope this could be renovated so as to regain its natural beauty as before and be promoted as one of loboc's assets as well.
Wei DC wrote:
Thursday, 22 March 2007 11:55:47 PHT
Happy morning! How I love the falls! But I haven't been to Bohol. May someone give me an idea how much will it cost to go and explore your place, especially your breathtaking water and nature sceneries (pls. @ a minimal budget...hehe) I plan to stay there for 3 days with my special friend..Please email me. I would be glad to hear anything from you...thanks:-)
Loth wrote:
Monday, 12 March 2007 12:43:06 PHT
Hi, I once won 1st place in a provincial interschool journalism competition during my high school days - when i featured the busay falls. That was in early 90's and now it's already known around the globe. Am proud to be a Lobocana - how i wish i could visit my place again someday.
Warren wrote:
Wednesday, 31 January 2007 14:28:56 PHT
Hey dudez!!!guyz ol over the planet!...............why not give time to xplore Philippines????well, i recommend u guys to have ur vacation here n Bohol...i can assure you guys that u will really enjoy and have a lot of happy moments here...that u will never xperienced in other places...bohol in this days is famous all over the planet and it is now on top of the tourist destination here n the country philippines....guys, if u are a nature lover then Bohol, Philippines is the perfect place for u....i've been there to many places and attractions, destinations here in was really nice....if u need some help and some info about Bohol and pictures then this is ur time to keep in touch with me,....i am here to help u and to promote my place Bohol..just email me guys,this is warren from holy name university taking up tourism ...3rd yr and this is my pleasure to help promote my place Bohol in some or in a little ways... ill wait u guyzzzzzzzzzz.............
Jema wrote:
Wednesday, 6 December 2006 06:06:47 PHT
Hi,I'm Jema from the beautiful place of Bohol. I've been to mag-aso falls once and it was a beautiful experience in my life. An experience u want to be over and over again, its nice get-away place 4 lovers and friends...i highly recommend this place 4 a visit so,what r u waiting for?..pack-up ur things and head to Bohol...welcome mga jo!!!
Bernard wrote:
Tuesday, 14 November 2006 23:08:41 PHT
Hi Jeroen, It's not surprising that a foreigner would come to Bohol and immediately fall in love with it. But to take the time and effort to create a very nice website for the island is quite unexpected and astonishing. I've been to Tagbilaran a lot of times on business but had never had the opportunity to discover the real Bohol until last last month. We stayed in a new resort, the Flushing Meadows in Dauis and went to Loboc and I've got some interesting pictures. Would it be ok if I send you the photos and you decide if they are worth posting on this site or not. regards, Bernard
Janet wrote:
Tuesday, 3 October 2006 20:00:14 PHT
Hi! I have been to Badiang Spring in Valencia countless times. It is really a nice resort with a very fresh, cold and inviting water overflowing the big pool. It also has a falls that you can shower on. It has 2 pools, one for small children and another for grown ups. you can also choose to swim in the beach which is very near the spring. I know because I was born in Valencia. Everytime we go home to Bohol, we will never miss to swim in Badiang Spring specially my daughter, Nicole... so come and visit Valencia and enjoy the cool waters of Badiang Spring...
Ianskie wrote:
Saturday, 30 September 2006 12:06:08 PHT
Nice job dude! its cool, photo are great i was ther in bohol lst 2004 with my frnds, wntd to Loboc river, the chuch and the beach in Panglao. I mis the place its nice, one day I wil cm bck to Bohol. I'm in China rth now if I hve m holiday, I will visit Bohol agin! THNS dude ur COOL!!! kep it up....
Lucille wrote:
Tuesday, 18 July 2006 12:29:17 PHT
Hi Jeroen, Thanks for this web, I really appreciate your great work to put Bohol very popular to the whole world. Why is "Badiang Spring" in Valencia is not included in your list of water falls? It nice...

Probably because I've not seen it, and it wasn't in one of the lists I used to compile this page. If you can provide me with a few pictures, I will certainly list it.--Jeroen.

Maria Laura Polache wrote:
Friday, 12 May 2006 12:03:35 PHT
Your Comment gimingaw na jod ko sa ahong yutang natawhan. kanus a pa kaha ko makauli? nindot kaajong sud ongon ang mga hulagway sa atong probinsya gikan sa mga bulak, beaches, dolphins ug uban pa sa atong kinaiyahan. so far bohol pa jod ang kinanindotan nga tourist sttraction nga akong nakit an.
Tom wrote:
Sunday, 7 May 2006 14:29:29 PHT
I ve met the most beautiful lady online from Lapulapu city and I dream that I can somehow have a vaca and go to meet the woman of my dreams. She must have inherited her charm from living in such a beautiful place. Jeannie in a bottle pls allow me to go there
Julifer wrote:
Friday, 21 April 2006 17:25:32 PHT
Sa tanan nga taga Bohol..adto mo sa amoa kay makita dun s Balilihan ang Camugao and Niluksuan falls..its so excited..
Michelle wrote:
Thursday, 16 February 2006 21:57:50 PHT
For me its beautifull place, I want to go there, hopefully.
Michelle Villocido wrote:
Thursday, 26 January 2006 16:14:17 PHT
Ive been to Busay falls twice already and I've been to Mag-aso falls a lot of times when was a kid. I wanted to go to dimiao twin falls and kilab-kilab falls.. Eventhough I'm from Bohol but, haven't been to these spots. Bohol is really a great place to visit.
Abigail de Guia wrote:
Monday, 7 November 2005 16:17:16 PHT
I've been in busay falls last Nov.5, 2005 while we were cruising along the Loboc river...its real great and real beautiful! i love it! I really did enjoy cruising..its like Cesar Montano's panaghoy sa suba which was shoot in this river..
Carol wrote:
Sunday, 14 August 2005 21:15:33 PHT
Bohol is my hometown but I've never been in those places. How I wish someday when I'll have my vacation I can go to those wonderful falls.
Alicar wrote:
Wednesday, 10 August 2005 17:06:56 PHT
Wow! ang ganda!!! kailan kaya ako makakapunta s paraisong ito? sana malapit na, ng makita ko na ang tunay na ganda ng mundo. God pleasssse......
Retiza, Bryan wrote:
Saturday, 23 July 2005 09:51:33 PHT
We{Friends and me}had spent all time in Busay Falls .You know I truly miss that beautiful kind of falls.and truly miss the people who realy entertained me in y friends at that time.but for me this is such a good experience and relaxing this beatiful island of Bohol Gdo Bless Bohol.
Ivy navarro wrote:
Friday, 24 June 2005 12:56:25 PHT
I havent go to BOHOL province but seeing on the web site and reading all,i think its very relaxing and enjoyable place to go there with our love ones..hope i can be there to explore more tourist spots and good destination.
Distorted08 wrote:
Sunday, 29 May 2005 07:44:05 PHT
If somebody can tell me where this kilab-kilab falls is, I would really appreciate it..thankx!
Joshua wrote:
Thursday, 19 May 2005 05:25:18 PHT
So there is also "KAWASAN falls" in Bohol island? i thought theres only one and thats located in the southern part of CEBU island.
Stuart Taylor wrote:
Tuesday, 17 May 2005 22:47:29 PHT
You should really have just general information as me and others aren't finding what they want.
Marco (NZ/NL) wrote:
Sunday, 3 April 2005 09:43:44 PHT
We (Fe and myself)had a choice time at the Busay and Mag Aso Falls. I truly miss Bohol and the friendly people, Sonny the Van Driver (highly recommended)and many others. Had good times swimming in and around the falls (both), beach and the cave close to Pangloa Island. I was fortunate to be able to see the not so tourist spots thanks to Sonny and especially my girlfriend Fe...taste different foods etc. Soak up the relaxing atmosphere and the boat trip on Loboc River..the way I did was great. Having jumps from the Busay Falls.....all good!
Mags@tagum wrote:
Wednesday, 9 March 2005 08:52:32 PHT
I like this place so much,specially mag-aso falls. Magaso pud akng surname doy....tnx
Mohammed wrote:
Monday, 21 February 2005 08:03:56 PHT
Such a beautiful web site!! such a good job man!! cuz of your web site i feel like i already been there. keep up the good work...
May wrote:
Wednesday, 2 February 2005 08:21:16 PHT
I really love my place... i miss the people, the food, the hospitality and of course,my town, Tubigon. If you plan to take a vacation, there's no other place in the Philippines as relaxing as Bohol....
George from Cebu wrote:
Monday, 3 January 2005 17:12:06 PHT
Very nice site. Informative especially to tourist both local and international. Hope to explore the wonders, Bohol can offer.
Jeanette Sandigan wrote:
Friday, 3 December 2004 06:37:12 PHT
Well, your place is very nice, sightseeing and its adventure. I've been there last summer with my klasmit and we are having a educational tour and see your beautiful spots and the ecotourism. I really enjoy diving in Panglao beach that was my favorite places in the Philippines. By the way i came from the city of Cagayan de oro....
Ay-Em Cagatin Nailes wrote:
Saturday, 30 October 2004 20:03:11 PHT
I like this site so much, as my heart belongs to Bohol. but if in case i need to send a picture of a certain spot in Bohol, whose email address would i send it to?
Jean Torreon-Bakewell wrote:
Monday, 6 September 2004 01:40:02 PHT
Hi all nice picture our home land... I miss Talibon... and beaches in Panglao. Im here in South Korea now. Cool pics. I love it.
Antonia wrote:
Friday, 23 July 2004 22:39:55 PHT
Definately make a trip to Loboc to Nuts huts...stunning river ride.. and just an amazing experince, being in the middle of this superb valley!! easy access to Chocolate Hills from here.
Jed wrote:
Wednesday, 21 July 2004 19:58:49 PHT
Where is kilab-kilab falls? Please clarify details as to the location of the falls. How can I get there?
Oliver Arcillas wrote:
Wednesday, 21 July 2004 08:21:22 PHT
Why did you not include the breath-taking site of the Can-umantad falls in Candijay, Bohol? Its height is thrice the height of Mag-aso falls. I've been there with some friends January 2nd this year. Man.... you'll really love the view. Recommended for trekkers!!!!

Thanks for the tip! We will visit the place on the earliest occassion, but since we are in the Netherlands, that may still take some time. Maybe you can provide some pictures for our visitors.--Jeroen.

Lolita Salipong Banatao wrote:
Monday, 21 June 2004 19:00:10 PHT
Miss ko na Valencia, Bohol wala ba kau pic ng Badiang Spring...
Jstyne Milman wrote:
Thursday, 20 May 2004 03:09:45 PHT
Nice pics there really kool nice and the info iz awsome.
Kenny Abellanosa wrote:
Sunday, 9 May 2004 00:43:03 PHT
Specifically where can I find kilab-kilab falls? What municipality or town?
Mamark wrote:
Monday, 26 April 2004 17:25:39 PHT
Well, definitely I could say its gorgeous, you know I did'nt see such a very nice falls as that in the places of Bohol....its really overwhelming men!!
lerma wrote:
Monday, 5 April 2004 03:08:10 PHT
I have some danish friends who would like to come with me to Bohol next year. I would like to show them pictures of all the tourist spots and the daily living of people in Bohol. Would you please add some pictures of houses,shops and market place? Anyway I would like to show them the "Badiang Spring" because I am proud of it please put some picture also. sincerely your´s, -Lerma- of Valencia Bohol
April Anne P. Ancog wrote:
Friday, 19 March 2004 02:44:38 PHT
Nice pic.
Angela Dalope wrote:
Monday, 9 February 2004 09:17:16 PHT
Well, I like the pictures, pwedeng pwede magstay dyan ung mga nature lover like me, but sad to say di pa ko nakapunta sa Bohol. but im hoping one of this days I'll go and visit this different falls located in Bohol. promise!
Maria Angelie "Gigi" Cajilog wrote:
Monday, 19 January 2004 18:56:10 PHT
Gemma wrote:
Saturday, 17 January 2004 12:40:04 PHT
I'm from Dimiao. But I don't know where exactly is Twin Falls :-( Sad, ha!
Beth wrote:
Tuesday, 6 January 2004 09:27:10 PHT
Mag-aso and Busay falls great ...... super
Moris wrote:
Tuesday, 18 November 2003 18:28:02 PHT
We are having our exhibit in IS and I really learned a lot from this website!!!
Victor of Butuan City wrote:
Sunday, 19 October 2003 17:16:30 PHT
Mag-Aso Falls? GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Victor D. Pandawatnon wrote:
Saturday, 4 October 2003 14:20:25 PHT
Mag-aso falls? great! dive ako nang dive dyan napakasarap talaga Balik ako I swear I love Bohol preserve it
Eli Licayan wrote:
Saturday, 27 September 2003 21:29:03 PHT
To Lydia Robledo - Just been to Bohol two weeks ago for a reunion with my siblings in Guindulman. We had a tour of the western part of Bohol (Tagbilaran - Panglao - Tubigon Area). A new resort is being set up in Sagbayan Town called Sagbayan Peak. A butterfly dome is being constructed. Maybe the owners know where you can find different butterflies (Sorry, I was not able to get the names of the owners). You can reach Sagbayan through Tubigon and Clarin towns.
Manfred wrote:
Tuesday, 26 August 2003 17:55:28 PHT
Great Pics!!!! I stayed about half a day watching them. Where is this Kilab Kilab Fall located?
Nick wrote:
Saturday, 24 May 2003 13:52:20 PHT
It's quite sad to think that I don't have the luxury of time to come to each and every tourist spots in Bohol, especially the waterfalls. What hurts me more is that I am from Bohol. It's very heartwarming to feel the excitement of my officemates talking about their planned vacation there. "Sobrang ganda talaga sa Bohol!" My reply, "'kaya nga no. 1, eh!" And I always advertise the waterfalls inasmuch as we have two awesome waterfalls in my own hometown, Balilihan.
Lydia Robledo wrote:
Wednesday, 30 April 2003 13:07:11 PHT
Thank you for the information about the waterfalls that will help me in my butterfly watching trip. I opted for Palawan last April 9 but I am definitely coming to Bohol on May 3-6. There are many butterflies seeping minerals by the riverbeds, esp. hot springs. I go for easy treks only, no mountain climbing. I hope the vegetation around the rivers and falls have not been cleared. These are the butterfly habitats. San Isidro looks interesting. The less people congregating by the falls or rivers, the better chances of seeing butterflies. I will definitely share with you my butterfly discoveries. Hope there are lots. Maraming salamat po!
Chet wrote:
Tuesday, 22 April 2003 20:20:32 PHT
I'm planning to marry my sweetheart in the Philippines and would like to be married nearby a waterfall. Any that would be able to accomodate a small wedding party and several guests?
Lydia wrote:
Wednesday, 2 April 2003 17:49:45 PHT
I will be visiting Bohol from 07-09 April. My main purpose is to do a butterfly habitat survey. Butterflies should be visible close to the rivers/falls. Which waterfall shown in the pictures will best serve my research work? Is there any 'homestay' arrangement I can avail of close to this place? I will appreciate all information relevant. Thank you. Lydia Robledo - Phil. Butterfly Gardening Society.

Antequera is about half an hour travel from Tagbilaran, where sufficient arrangements can be made; however, except by taxi it will be difficult to go there early in the morning. Since it is on quite short notice, and you have only limited time, best change if you go to Antequera and make enquiries locally. A number of falls are located in Antequera; Mag-Aso, shown in the pictures can easily be reached, as steps down to the lower part of the fall has been constructed. The surrounding forests will require some more climbing on very slippery lime soil. The area between Antequera and Tubigon, that is, mostly the muncipality of San Isidro is very hilly, with lots of creeks, waterfalls, caves, and forest cover, so may be a good region to explore. Kilab-kilab falls, also shown in the pictures, is much more far away inland, about 2 hours travel from Tagbilaran, and will require a local guide to reach. The place can only be reached when there has been no rain in the days preceeding your visit. You may also consider visiting the Raja Sikatuna National Park (although I don't know how many butterflies can be found there), which has its own lodging facilities, or for which the Chocolate Hills Complex can serve as a base. You'll need to arrange for habal-habal (motorbike taxi) drivers to bring you there. This sounds interesting, so if you can inform our readers of your project and its results, we will be much obliged. I've seen several marvellous butterflies and dragonflies in Bohol.--Jeroen.

Neomi wrote:
Monday, 3 March 2003 12:52:01 PHT
Can u post more pics of Busay Falls in Loboc? thanks...

If some friendly person can send a few to us, we will be happy to post them... we don't have any more than we show here.--Jeroen.

Love wrote:
Monday, 3 March 2003 11:39:21 PHT
Pls show me the picture of waterfalls in the philippines.
Pureza wrote:
Friday, 21 February 2003 16:31:38 PHT
The picture you took of kilab-kilab falls is beautiful. I wonder where I might find it? By the way, is it safe to bring a toddler (and for me?) - I mean, do snakes abound in these places?

There are some children who have been there, and swom. But it is quite deep. Snakes are everywhere, so you can expect some. But they are mostly not agressive unless you offend them. When we were there, we could not see one. Kilab-kilab is not yet a touristic place, so can really feel the nature.--Lyn

Joel wrote:
Friday, 3 January 2003 10:49:00 PHT
I've been to Bohol many times (my mom being a Boholana). The place is great. It has many beautiful and wonderful caves, beaches, churches, falls and most especially its nice, smiling people. I still had so many things to discover there. That's why, panata ko na pumunta dyan yearly.
Nicanora H. Bag-ao wrote:
Sunday, 1 December 2002 18:57:40 PHT
Its good if you have pictures of all the listed water falls in Bohol. I think there are still more water falls in Bohol. To the people out there, why not come and visit our place?
Jesuanette Viajante wrote:
Sunday, 27 October 2002 09:32:51 PHT
Very nice! So nice... I'm actually fond of travels and I have travelled more than 60% of the Philippines (part of being single). My next target this summer is Bohol... anyway thanks for the pic.
Paul Castino wrote:
Sunday, 6 October 2002 08:23:34 PHT
It's very fantastic view but I haven't been there. My whole family been to Badiang spring in Valencia. All enjoyed well with the fascinating water falls on top of the swimming pool. It's a great time for me and my family during my six weeks vacation from England.
Jorge Tibog wrote:
Thursday, 3 October 2002 12:37:19 PHT
It's very nice , hope to see it when I travel to Bohol, hope that there are other photographs of the remaining falls be seen also.
Ali Namocatcat wrote:
Friday, 26 July 2002 15:58:31 PHT
Has anyone heard anything about Badiang Springs in Valencia? Check it out, it's about 44 kilometers away from the city.
Raydspear6 wrote:
Saturday, 8 June 2002 13:58:46 PHT
I like the three pictures that you post on hoping that if how nice is the picture thats also in reality. Kay usahay picture ra may nindot but in reality is very opposite. Thanks for reading...

Well, pictures say more than a thousand words, and we didn't have to carefully select our camera position to take them... The entire environment here is still nice. -- Jeroen.

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