Tumalog Falls: The Fruit of Hiking

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Four hours of travel from the city is just the beginning of an adventure if you are heading to Tumalog Falls in Oslob, Cebu. If you don’t have a car and you are taking a bus, the bus-driver will drop you off exactly to the Tumalog Falls stop sign. From there you can take a motorcycle-taxi (or what we called habal-habal) to one of the wonders of Cebu, the Tumalog Falls.

The habal-habal ride will only take 10-15 minutes uphill to reach the drop-off point then from there, you can start to hike down to see the Tumalog Falls. It is highly recommended to hike down this time. Don’t worry, the descent is not that scary! 😜

This road going down to the beautiful falls is just a piece of cake for people who are into hiking and have perfect stamina. Poor me! For those who are wondering, like me, which road do I need to take to get there? In the photo below, will you look and see what heavenly reward you can have? 😉

After this (photos above) part, the rocky road is next, so you better wear whatever footwear you know you are comfy in during these not-so-hike moments. 😛 Well then, here’s our reward after those moments of struggle (for me).

We arrived here late afternoon, so while we were going down, people were already heading home. We kinda owned the place for a moment. LOL. The waterfall here is so refreshing. Promise! 😉

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  1. The GMLA Avatar

    I am a big waterfall and hiking fan too.

    1. Shira Avatar

      Hihi. Thank you for dropping by. Maybe when you have a chance to visit Ph you might like to go to Tumalog Falls in Cebu. 🙂

      1. The GMLA Avatar

        I hope to have time on my travels to see a lot. I often make that a priority If nto I am sure I will have a future list for my retirement and makes lots of acquaintances to share lots of good retirement times with during the next decade. .

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  3. mymarianess Avatar

    Ahh! I miss the Philippines! I love hiking and would love to hike as many mountain summits as I can in the Philippines!

    1. Shira Avatar

      Hello! Thank u dropping by. A lot of beautiful spot here for hiking. 🙂
      When was the last time you visited Philippines?

      1. mymarianess Avatar
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  6. romulofied Avatar

    one of my fave waterfalls!

    1. Shira Avatar

      Have you been in Kawasan Falls?

      1. romulofied Avatar

        yes. magkasunod ko silang pinuntahan ni Tumalog 🙂 beautiful waterfalls din.

        1. Shira Avatar

          inggit ako 😀 haha
          ang ganda nga sa mga picture eh.

          1. romulofied Avatar

            puntahan mo na din 🙂

          2. Shira Avatar

            Soon. Hahaha

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