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The only challenge is that if you do not back ride on motorcycles. If you don't, I suggest to hire a motorcycle which will only carry you as the rider. Some cycles opt to have 2 passengers. Just pay double for convenience.
As in any...More
The falls is breathtakingly beautiful! But the road and travel in reaching the falls was hellish. I hope the government would pay attention in paving the road to this attraction. Tourists would flock to this area if it would be easier for them to travel...More
To lay down/loosen one's hair is what "Lugay" means. According to local stories about the falls, there lived a woman/fairy who has a very long hair. When the woman lays down/loosens her hair, the locals believe that the volume of water will be so great...More
When i reach the place, i didn't expect that it was breath takingly beautiful. The tour guide help me climb all the way to the upper most part of the falls and assist me do the jump of my life down to the river. The...More
I was expecting a mere trickle of water on the falls but was pleasantly surprised that the volume of water on one side was still powerful. When summer comes in Samar, most creeks and springs dry up so of course the waterfalls will dry up...More
The waterfalls are nice and beauiful, the cascades are very much welcoming to the tourist and even to the explorer. Visiting this site are good but the roads are not and the environmental fee is very expensive its 500php not including the tourist guide and...More
one of the best falls that I've seen. very majestic, unadulterated and serene.
before visiting the falls ensure that you have your local permit.
it is approximately 16km of rough road from the national highway. a 30 min trekk to the falls is worth it....More
Literon is a small village with huge potential to show off its natural wonder on the Calbiga River. Located at the very end of the 15 km road/jeep track up into hilly farmland, it plays host
to travelers healthy enough to ride 'habal habal' on...More
1 and a half hours away from Catbalogan City where we are staying, our tourist guide brought us to this magnificient falls in Calbiga. I warn you, that 1 and half hours are complete dirt and rocky road, so better rent a car that would...More