The most popular waterfall in Siquijor island is probably the Cambugahay Waterfalls. It features short three-tiered waterfalls and striking bluish-green natural pools in a lush surroundings. Aside from the beautiful scenery, it is also a place of adventure and fun! The wide pool of the tier provides a perfect place to do waterfall jumps. There are rope swings at various heights to swing on like Tarzan! The floating bamboo raft provides a perfect spot for beautiful photos. Rubber rings are also available for those who want to just chill and float on its pool.
Heavy rains the night before visiting the waterfall tends to affect the color of its water as it turns to an unattractive brown color. Therefore, it is best to visit this attraction during the dry season which is from November to April.
This attraction can be accessed by going down a hundred-step stairs. The pathway to the waterfall is safe even for children, making it a family-friendly site.
Where is the Cambugahay Waterfalls?
Cambugahay Waterfalls is located in the municipality of Lazi in the island-province of Siquijor, in the southeast portion of the island. It is about 23 minutes ride from Siquijor Seaport, the main entry port to the island. Siquijor Island is in Central Visayas Region in the Visayas Island Group of the Philippines.
Map of Cambugahay Waterfalls
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