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Travel Time: Aguinid Waterfalls

So, remember the Hot Spring in Malabuyoc post I made just few weeks ago?
I said there that we went somewhere before that place.
We went to Aguinid waterfalls.

Because the bus stops at Bato, Samboan, we had to take another bus towards our next destination. My initial plan was to visit Malabuyoc first before Samboan so that it would be easier for us to go back home.
However, I was hesitating to get the bus since it might need to wait for passengers and have it full. I wanted to ask, but a tricycle driver came towards us and asked if we were going to the falls (Aguinid falls).
I wanted to try the tricycle together and check which one is cost effective, but it was indeed expensive since it cost fifty pesos (Php 50.00) per head, including my young cousin.
We enjoyed the view we saw using the tricycle though.
We were sent to the parking area for the falls and just walked for a while.

There were plenty of small shops, souvenir shops, food stalls, and some drink stalls.

Entrance fee was twenty pesos (Php 20.00) for Filipinos/Local tourist and eighty pesos (Php 80.00) for foreigners. We have to leave our things and just bring waterproofed cameras and things since we would get wet for our time we would be there. We had to change clothes too, swimming attire if possible and left our things in their courtesy booth in the hut.

We were guided with two tour guides and it is up to us how much we would pay for their service or in other words tip or service charge. Their rules provided that it is mandatory to have two guides to properly aid us in our climbing, walking, and other trekking activities we would encounter in our adventure at the falls.

Since we could only bring waterproofed things, and my phone was broken, I could not bring it due to fear it might not function anymore.

Thus, I'll be posting the photos here, like a gallery. And oh! We drank some taho before going to keep us energized!

The falls starts with Level 0 until it reaches Level 5. The guide told us that there were more but it is hard to go up and visit there further, so we just stopped up to level 5.

At Level 1, we start getting wet already.

Here is a video as a summary:

                                                     The mushroom level~ >.

The falls was safe for kids because it was not that deep, however it is a bit dangerous due to the rocks and the surface itself that we have to trek.

Sorry for the late upload guys, but I hope you enjoyed reading this!

This post first appeared on 7 TIPS EVERY BUDGET TRAVELER WOULD SURELY APPRECIATE, please read the originial post: here

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Travel Time: Aguinid Waterfalls


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