‪Bukal Falls‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Bukal Falls‬, ‪Majayjay‬

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أفضل الأماكن القريبة
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13 على بُعد 5 كيلومترات
معالم الجذب
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northpole
8 مساهمات
العائلة • مايو 2018
‪Beat the heat?!! go to Majayjay...enjoy its super cool water , which will really beat the heat of summer..buhay na buhay ang tubig..‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 أبريل 2019
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timtimlucier
‪Windsor‬, كندا31 مساهمة
العائلة • مارس 2019
‪It took us about 40 minutes to make the trek up the mountain. We paid P300 for the tour guide which is well worth it as its easy to get lost. There is a couple stations to stop and purchase drinks and snacks if u need to. Once arriving at the falls, the clear water is breath taking. The water is also ice cold and refreshing. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 14 مارس 2019
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BIyaheniBEkya
174 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • مايو 2017
‪An hour trek from the jump off to reach this "enchanted falls" known as Bukal or Kilangin Falls. There are two trails to chose from, the Majayjay trail and Liliw, the latter is said to be more challenging.

The start of Majayjay trail is easy, it's a flat uphill pathway. It doesn't seem to be a challenging trek until you reach the downhill part. The route becomes steep, muddy and slippery, though there are concrete stairs at some point. Take note to wear proper footwear.

This oozing multi-layered waterfall offers clear water that came from the foot of Mt. Banahaw. The water is ice cold, which I can't even handle (oo! totoo! talaga! ;) ). The pool is 15 feet deep, which is half enclosed by rocks. Aside from the main falls (center; which doesn't have flowing water at the time of our visit), water flows on the other side. There's also a cliff diving spot (not too high).

You can have a picnic under the shade of the trees. Be sure to leave no trace.

There are shower areas at the jump-off and at the sari-sari store halfway from the falls.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 7 فبراير 2018
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Paul F
270 مساهمة
العائلة • أكتوبر 2017
‪This was my first time to Bukal Falls and it was worth every step, sweat and extra heartbeat to reach the falls. The whole hike takes around 45 minutes. From the barangay hall. You will need to walk uphill to the starting point of the hike, where the concrete road ends. From here you can hire a horse for PhP 150.00 per person to take you up to the starting point of you'll trek through the forest. This trail is an unpaved path that is mostly shaded with trees. On the way up you will see a lot of vegetables, especially tomatoes planted along the way. When you see the sign to
turn right to Bukal Falls, you will come to a 'sari-sari' store where you can rest for a while and buy some cool refreshments.

From here, the trail is all on foot downhill, which can be a little steep and slippery. On the way down you'll come across a stream with a bamboo bridge that you will need to cross to reach the first pool of the waterfalls. Bukal falls has 2 pools, the lower part that has a small rocky water cascade and is not so very deep, and the upper part with a max depth of 14 feet that is good for diving. Both pools have crystal clear water but the water is ice cold. The water falls are breathtaking and even though the water is cold on a hot day it was a great way to cool off and relax before trekking back. The water cascade of the upper part is scattered around the walls around the pool. Life vests can be rented for PhP 50.00 each. There are no restrooms and shower rooms in the area. The shower rooms are located in the barangay hall, but some of the tour guides are kind enough to let their guests use their shower
at their own homes.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 نوفمبر 2017
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MarcBou0009
Montréal, Canada115 مساهمة
بمفردك • نوفمبر 2017
‪J'ai fait ce petit trek de la haute ville de Majayjay jusqu'à la chute, traversons des champs, des fermes. Le sentier est bien identifié, propre. Puis nous nous engageons vers la chute.
Elle est superbe, l'eau y est claire, rafraichissante. Isolée.
Un endroit qu'il faut visiter parmi les belles attractions de Majayjay.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 14 نوفمبر 2017
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Ellen I
لوزون, الفلبين40 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أبريل 2017
‪- our accommodation @ Angelina's B&B a bit pricey for 2 but for a group 1,800 php seems fair.Aircon wd private bath n clean n big.was given a SC discount. Food is good n reasonable rates. Ambiance is nice wd marble table,seats outdoors.
- pay 300 php/group @ barangay hall,with guide to Bukal Falls n 20 php/pax for environmental fee.
- there is pathway going to Bukal,u can ride a horse 100 php,up to a certain point.then steep rocky path going down,15 feet or more. Wear trekking shoes,rubber shoes or sneakers.
Freezing cold water when u reach d Bukal,no eating/smoking allowed. U can rent a lifevest, 100 php..
Love d nature around you...rocky ambiance, fresh air. Good exercise.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 يونيو 2017
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MSCRob
مدينة ليبا, الفلبين306 مساهمات
الأصدقاء • أبريل 2017
‪Being a local of Majayjay, it was my 3rd visit to this breathtaking place. More than 10 years ago since I last saw the place and it was great to see that not much has changed, the area is well maintained..locals were able to conserve the area despite the increasing number of tourists visiting the area everyday. It takes about 45mins to 1hr trek from the jump off area to reach the falls. The trek requires physical strength and is not really recommended for the old ones and for toddlers/babies unless the parents are willing to carry their kids going down and up the very steep walkway. Bringing lots of heavy stuff should also be avoided for easier trekking although the tour guides (a must) can help guests in carrying stuff. There are also locals offering horse ride for 100 pesos one way from the barangay hall where one should register up to the end of the main road cutting the trek to almost half. Some parts of the walkway tend to be very slippery especially during rainy days. The crystal clear and ice cold water would take away all stress, one will surely be refreshed seeing this natural wonder, it is nature at its best. It is a must see place when visiting Majayjay.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 أبريل 2017
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chickenjoy71
‪Westbury‬, UK31 مساهمة
العائلة • يناير 2017
‪As the previous reviewer said, ask if you can change into your swimming gear (perhaps to wear underneath your clothes) at the registration area before commencing the hike as there will be nowhere to change your outfit once you are at the actual site.
Take the tricycle to the start of the trail (10PHP per person), as it would save you time and effort. There is a 30-minute hike up on a somewhat gentle gradient, a rest area and then downhill on steep-ish slope to the falls. There is a clear, mostly paved path to the waterfalls, but the rocks can be slippery, and the steps steep, so it is not recommended for those who have limited mobility. The trail leads to a bamboo bridge, and you can see the runoffs from main falls from here, and can take pictures/bathe, but further up is the BIG ONE, with a 15-foot deep pool. It is an impressive sight, and after the hike just makes you want to dive right into the water!
The super clean water is cooling after the hike, which caps off a wonderful experience. The pool of the falls is not dammed as most other falls are--it is completely natural, so please listen to your guide about the do's and don'ts to maintain the beauty of this place.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 7 فبراير 2017
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Ogie Manlungat
‪Muntinlupa‬, الفلبين295 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • يناير 2017
‪A 2.5 Kilometers downhill and (mostly) uphill walk about 45 minutes to 1 hour (depends on how fast you walk). This waterfalls is known for its clear, freezing cold, bluegreen waters. As Kenneth Villarena, our Tour Guide told us, the water is also potable. The pathway is muddy and slippery due to rains that day. So wear proper footwear. There are cemented pavements and hand rails installed for safety. Be sure to follow instructions from your guide to avoid accidents. There is a stopover (to rest briefly) at the middle of the route where there's a store offering food and drinks. You may opt to ride a horse back to the starting point and ride a tricycle (P10/pax) to the registration area (drop off).
Entrance fee is about P30/pax + P300 for Tour Guide per 5 pax. We changed clothes at the registration area for free. There's a bread and breakfast accommodation just across where you can dine. Parking lot is available too. We used waze app to locate the Bukal falls but it directed us to a different site. The entrance is from the main highway near the Globe satellite tower. Smart signal is not strong in the area. Use Globe signal instead.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 1 فبراير 2017
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