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Yes I can say that Aliwagwag Falls is the best falls I've ever been to...so much better, more exhilarating than Kawasan, Ma. Cristina, Tagbibinta, Hagimit all rolled into one.
Why? Because first and foremost it is accessible...just by the highway when you're already in the...More
This place is absolutely worth visiting. The waterfall spreads out and runs freshly through the mountainside. It’s not steep and it’s not free falling, but broad and lots of water. The river makes small lagoons along the way where it’s safe to swim.
Accessible from Davao del Sur and Norte, ComVal, even Cagayan and Butuan for me this is the most beautiful falls in the Philippines. So ive been backpacking south and north east of Mindanao and I dont wanna miss this falls. From
Davao by van and...More
This was our first stop on our trip up the coast after landing in Davao. It was raining all day so it had turned into a long rushing river/waterfall. While we couldn't swim they still let us walk up along it and feel the power...More
Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park is one of Davao Oriental's pride. Their waterfalls is one of the best. :) View is wonderful and you can even enjoy with their monkey bridge and zipline. Entrance is 50 pesos, monkey bridge at 50 pesos and zipline for 200...More
The biggest and the most stunning waterfalls in the Philippines, yes it's Aliwagwag. I came here with my friend and we commuted from Panabo via Comval Route which took us almost 4 hours with a fare of 250 pesos. The Comval Route is the fastest...More
Friends from Davao told me their childhood stories of Aliwagwag falls. How the trees grew that you barely see the sky and swimming through its waters to climb up the rocks were their idea of fun. Their stories are their memories. I wanted to see...More
Aliwagwag Falls and EcoPark is considered to be one of the longest waterfalls in the Philippines. It is good to visit on months when it's rainy because that's when the waters would be raging and the whirring echoes they make, makes for a more exciting...More
Hi, Ralph. There is a small lagoon where people can swim, near the fifth cascade of Aliwagwag Falls. The water current in this portion is not so strong, so it is quite safe to swim there. But going beyond this lagoon is... More
Hi, Ralph. There is a small lagoon where people can swim, near the fifth cascade of Aliwagwag Falls. The water current in this portion is not so strong, so it is quite safe to swim there. But going beyond this lagoon is dangerous because of the rapids.