The Top 10 Jaw-dropping Waterfalls in 2013

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My Chasing Philippine Waterfalls Project got a lot further boosted. During my solo trips between February and October this year, I added into the list with several new waterfalls. And here are the top ten jaw-dropping waterfalls I visited.

1. Seven Falls of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

Hikong Alu Falls, Seven Falls in Lake Sebu, South CotabatoIn one punishing yet rewarding Sunday afternoon, I was able to see, explore and get awed by the much talked about Lake Sebu’s Seven Falls.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Seven Falls of Lake Sebu

2. Bomod-ok Falls of Sagada, Mountain Province

Bomod-ok Falls in Sagada, Mountain ProvinceBomod-ok Falls is one of the most important and widely-visited destinations in Sagada. In May, I did not pass up the chance to finally see it.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Bomod-ok Falls

3. Tarangban Falls of Calbayog City, Samar

Tarangban Falls in Calbayog City, SamarThe jeepney ride from Calbayog City to its northern barangay Tinaplacan almost took me a lifetime. But nevertheless, I was rewarded with three majestic waterfalls. And Tarangban Falls was really overwhelming.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Tarangban Falls

4. Larik Falls of Calbayog City, Samar

Larik Falls in Calbayog City, SamarLarik Falls completes the triumvirate of majestic waterfalls in Barangay Tinaplacan. Small in height but its drops were as powerful that it bore hole to the rock that got into its way.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Larik Falls

5. Bugtong Bato Falls of Tibiao, Antique

Bugtong Bato Falls in Tibiao, AntiqueThe Municipality of Tibiao in the Province of Antique has a lot to offer for tourists, adventurers and off-the-beaten path travelers. Certainly, Bugtong Bato Falls is one of those. Its three tiers are a must-see.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Bugtong Bato Falls

6. Pangilatan Falls of Tapaz, Capiz

Pangilatan Falls in Tapaz, CapizI may not have seen a member of the indigenous tribe Mundos but at least I saw the hidden beauty of Pangilatan Falls in the mountain areas of Tapaz, Capiz. And that capped my ten-day journey in Panay Island.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Pangilatan Falls

7. Pulacan Falls of Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur

Pulacan Falls in Labangan, Zamboanga del SurIn the first four days of my Mindanao Trip last October, I had not seen any waterfalls. But when I got the chance, boy, oh boy! Pulacan Falls was one of the most majestic I have ever seen.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Pulacan Falls

8. Cathedral Falls of Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte

Cathedral Falls in Kapatagan, Lanao del NorteMy trip to Cathedral Falls in Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte was simply unforgettable. I experienced heavy downpour for the first time in my Chasing Philippine Waterfalls Project.

Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Cathedral Falls

9. Alalum Falls of Sumilao, Bukidnon

Alalum Falls - 02The Alalum Falls in Sumilao, Bukidnon was the easiest and most convenient to reach. But its beauty was also nonpareil.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Alalum Falls

10. Sagpulon Falls of Jasaan, Misamis Oriental

Sagpulon Falls in Jasaan, Misamis OrientalI really wanted to culminate my ten-day Mindanao backpacking trip in a grand fashion. So, on the tenth day of my Mindanao backpacking trip, I went to Jasa-an, Misamis Oriental to visit the Immaculate Conception Church, a national cultural treasure, and Sagpulon Falls.
Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Sagpulon Falls.

 

If you are interested to join in my Chasing Philippine Waterfalls Project, you may reach me at harry.balais@gmail.com or call/text at +63 917 627 4945. I’d be very glad to help you to explore and appreciate the Philippine forests, wildlife, wetlands and watershed.

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