Tinuy-an Falls of Bislig City is one of Mother Nature’s most stunning gifts to the Philippines. This majestic 3-tiered waterfall is often referred to as the “Niagara of the Philippines” because of its wide water curtain. In fact, the waterfall is among the widest in country, measuring 95 meters wide and standing 55 meters high.
Mother Nature does have her way of keeping her most beautiful attributes tucked away in remote areas, ensuring that these stunning features are preserved and kept intact as much as possible. Thus, if you wish to visit Tinuy-an Falls, you need to sacrifice some effort and time, allowing at least 1 hour journey from Bislig City’s center, Mangagoy.
Set in a remote area surrounded by heavily forested hills, tourists who wish to visit the waterfall often have to endure a ride on the habal-habal. It may be uncomfortable but, I tell you, the little sacrifice will be worth it. The unmatched views of the waterfall will keep you in awe of nature’s beauty and make you forget the habal-habal ride even for just a few hours, anyway.
The lack of modern developments around the waterfalls coupled with its remote location ensured that Tinuy-an Falls is as close to its raw beauty as possible. There are some stores and cottages but no major developments in the area. The entrance fee is also very cheap. Just imagine paying a few pesos and already having access to this beautiful waterfall! Of course, you couldn’t expect the place to have lots of choices in terms of amenities but what you’ll find there will surely suffice for the day trip. Read the Full Story Here: The Grand Tinuy-an Falls of Bislig