Kawasan Falls guided tours

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Located in the Philippines, Kawasan Falls is a stunning set of waterfalls that fall into natural swimming pools and lagoons. There are three falls in total, and all are accessible via jungle trails.

Life guards can't swim underneath the falls without a life jacket

During your visit to Kawasan Falls, you may be asked to wear a life jacket. The reason is because the water here is not salty, but rather fresh. You can also go for a bamboo raft ride underneath the waterfall.

A bamboo raft can fit up to eight people. It costs around 300 pesos for a twenty-minute ride. The bamboo raft has some nice benefits, including a neck massage.

Aside from the bamboo raft, you can also try canyoneering at the falls. A guide will show you the ropes. You'll need to pay a minimum of 50 pesos for the day, but you can rent a helmet, and a life vest for less.

Another good reason to visit Kawasan is the cliff jump. There's a short, but interesting forest trail that leads to a stunning view of the falls from the top. You'll need to climb a little to get there, but the view is worth it.

The water in the Kawasan Falls is a lovely shade of blue. It's also a great place to swim. You can hire a life jacket for fifty pesos, but you can't swim underneath the falls without one.

Canyoneering is a great way to see the falls

Visiting Kawasan Falls in the Philippines is one of the most popular attractions in the country. Aside from its magnificent waterfalls, the falls are also home to many fun activities. In particular, canyoneering is a fun and exciting way to see the falls.

Several tours are offered. Group tours start at around 2,700 pesos per person. Depending on your budget, you can opt for a private tour that includes transportation.

Canyoneering at Kawasan Falls is considered as one of the most adrenaline-pumping adventure experiences in the Philippines. The tour includes rock hopping and swimming through a river. It takes about three to five hours to complete the entire tour.

The best time to visit the falls is during sunny days and clear skies. During rainy season (June to November), the waters can be rough and the cliffs may be slippery. During the week, the falls are less crowded, but on weekends, it will be packed.

Canyoneering at Kawasan is not for beginners. The activity involves rappelling, jumping off cliffs and sliding back on the slippery rocks. To prevent injuries, you need to wear a helmet and life jacket.

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Restaurant is overpriced

Despite its popularity as a tourist destination, the restaurant at Kawasan Falls is overpriced. Compared to other attractions in the Philippines, the food here is disappointing. Fortunately, there are other places to eat in the area, but you may need to bring your wallet.

Aside from the food, there is also a large swimming pool. The water here is a vibrant blue, and it is surrounded by roped off areas. This is a fun way to spend a day away from the city. If you're lucky, you can swim under the main waterfall. You will need a life vest to do it.

There are many tours to choose from, but some companies offer a "show" and a ride. A tour that's actually worth it includes a fresh grilled lunch, transportation to the falls, and a guide to show you the most interesting parts.

In addition to the pool, there are a number of other fun things to do at the falls. You can rent a locker for a mere 50 pesos. If you're really into water sports, you can even hire a raft or a life vest.

Best day trip from Moalboal

Visiting the beautiful Kawasan Falls in Moalboal is one of the most popular day trips from the island of Cebu. It is one of the most famous waterfalls in the Philippines. Located in Badian, the waterfalls are located in a jungle valley. The water here is turquoise and cool.

The best time to visit the falls is in the morning or afternoon. The crowds are usually less. However, this can also be a problem if you plan to swim at the falls. The first bus to the falls arrives at around 9 am.

If you are on a budget, you can take the public bus from Cebu City to Kawasan Falls. The ride is approximately 115 pesos per person. It leaves from the South Station. It takes about three and a half hours to get to the falls.

Another option is to take a scooter or trike to the falls. This is the fastest and easiest way to get to the falls. A rental scooter costs around $6 USD.

Kawasan Falls excursions with a guide

Getting to Kawasan Falls can be done by bus or a car. A guided tour is a great way to explore the falls, but there are also many ways to get there on your own. Depending on where you are in the Philippines, you can book a tour from a city, a beach resort, or even an island.

You can take a private tour, or go on a group tour. Most tours start at around seven thirty in the morning, so you need to get there early if you want to do all the activities. If you do decide to go on a guided tour, make sure you bring water. You can get the best shots of the waterfalls by bringing a drone or using a Go Pro.

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Aside from the jump, there are several other fun activities you can do at Kawasan Falls. The rope swing is a cool feature, and you can do Tarzan like dives. The waterfalls have natural water slides. You can even rent life jackets, which are a must.

The first waterfall is the most famous, and can be very crowded. You can also find smaller waterfalls along the way. Once you're near the falls, you can swim in their cool blue waters.

If you don't mind being in the water, you can take a ride on a bamboo raft. You can also rent a table and chair to sit and eat at. The cost is not expensive for the Philippines, and you can save a few hundred pesos by paying for a locker.

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