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Chasing 3 Wonderful Waterfalls At The Foot Of Mt. Isarog

Maui Sanvictores
Maui Sanvictores | Mar 20, 2017

The heat is on as we welcome summer this 2017. And since it gets unbearably hot at times, refresh yourself at these falls found at the foot of Mt. Isarog in the province of Camarines Sur.

Malabsay Falls

Relatively easy, the hike using the concrete steps down to Malabsay Falls would only take about 5-10 minutes from the registration site, perfect for those new to hiking. Its chilly waters--cascading down from a height of 40 feet from the mountain--is the right amount of refreshment for those escaping the city heat.

Nabuntulan Falls

 

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Compared to Malabsay Falls, Nabuntulan Falls requires visitors to navigate through the mountain forest with a 45-minute hike. Brave souls and those looking for more of a challenge would find it even more satisfying to dip into frigid waters after some time navigating through steep mountain steps.

Bulalacao Falls

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Also at the foot of Mt. Isarog, this stunningly cold waterfall is one of the three waterfalls on the Consocep side of Mt. Isarog, and is also one of the most difficult to reach, so remember to pack up some stamina for the hike. Regardless, once you reach  it, all of that tiredeness and effort will have floated away with the waters.

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