Cambugahay Falls is one of my most favorite places in Siquijor. It is one of the many precious waterfalls in the Island wherein a large number of tourist enjoys its fascinating atmosphere. Even locals within the island, enjoy spending their time in the mystical waterfall together with their family and friends. Cambugahay Falls can be reached via 135 steps going down.
Cambugahay Falls is a 3-tiered waterfall. with crisp and clean warm water originating from natural springs. Water from the Cambugahay Falls flows down about three kilometers downstream making numerous wonderful swimming lagoons before it discharges into the Lazi Bay.
At the first level, you will see one feature of the place which was an improvised swing. The locals called it the “Tarzan swing” and you could use it for free. In that location, you will find some locals assisting people to do the swing, hence it won’t actually hurt if you give a few bucks to these guys for their endeavor.
It was very enticing to swim, but then again, I came unprepared. The lowest tier of Cambugahay Falls is where most tourists swim. It’s the biggest and probably the deepest as well.
Cambugahay falls don’t have a spectacular drop, but it is wide, giving it a different charm. The water was so clear and the pools were deep – excellent for swimming.
Take a group of net red ins in Cambugahay Falls;
From Salagdoong to Cambugahay Falls, there is a long road directly along the beach. In fact, this scene is often seen in Siquijor. The sight of the sea, the island born in the sea is such a charm!
Then the two plants that met in the sea, not only felt very beautiful, but even magical, how to grow so strange in the environment of high concentration of sea water, but I did not touch the sea at close range Eric is more diligent than me, seeing a photo that I took him handsomely!
Cambugahay Falls is the most famous natural landscape on Siquijor Island. It not only attracts tourists, but also many Filipinos like to come here to play and watch the waterfall.
In advance, when you are ready to stop the motorcycle, there will be locals wearing Guide costumes approaching you, starting with a close-up and naturally taking you into the scenic area. Be careful, this is not a free tour guide. He will ask you for money after you leave the scenic spot. In fact, you don't need a tour guide to take you, so you must definitely refuse to spend money before entering the scenic spot. Now that I have already charged the ticket, it is 10 pesos/person. Then I think that the parking fee is also being fooled by the scenic spot. It is a bit pretending to be a staff member. Because I dont know how much it costs us to say that you are feeling free, finally we Still gave 20 pesos / car.
Why is this waterfall so attractive? Because the water comes from natural hot springs, the color of the waterfall is a kind of milky green texture. It consists of cascade waterfalls, and the basin extends for about 3 kilometers downstream, forming many beautiful lagoon. Be careful when walking in the scenic spot, because they are all original stone roads, and the bamboo rafts that straddle the small waterfall are slippery.
In this scenic spot, taking pictures and so on are very casual. The only two charging items are one sitting on bamboo poles and one on tree vine diving.