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 way to get to Aliwagwag but the road at that time was so scary. By scary I meant the condition of the road, it was not all paved and very prone to landslides or something. We reached Aliwagwag before 8:30 AM and so we had to wait for it's opening. There are stores just outside the ecopark if you like eating breakfast or something. We were lucky though because it was Thursday and we had the place all by ourselves. Of course we had a tour guide who took us to the top of the falls and told us things we can still do in Cateel. We tried the Monkey Bridge for 50 pesos and it was one hell of a bridge. If you are that adventurous well you may want to try this. Unfortunately, the zipline was not available because it was under repair. If you are an instagram person, taking pics in Aliwagwag is not a problem. Anywhere is Instagram worthy I promise. What I like about this place was the people. They were so kind and accommodating and so welcoming. You will never have a problem talking to them as they were so attentive and helpful. It made my trip so memorable.
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