Aliwagwag Falls: The Highest Waterfalls in the Philippines

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Aliwagwag Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls I’ve seen, considered as one of the Philippines’ highest waterfalls. The park has recently been introduced to public last July 2015, and the management is continuously pouring efforts on discovering the full length of this waterfalls.

This over 100 layers of cascading waterfalls in located at Barangay Aliwagwag, Cateel, Davao Oriental, 3-4 hours drive from Davao City.

Aside from this majestic waterfalls, there are also activities offered that you may want to try.

Zipline – Php 200.00
– At the end of the zipline, there’s a boat waiting for you which will send you back to the eco park.

Monkey Bridge – Php 50.00

If you will avail all these activities, you’ll get a discount of Php 25.00, and will only pay Php 275.00 (Inclusion: Zipline, Monkey Bridging, Etrance Fee)

Cottages are also available, ranging from Php 100-500. For those who will be going here early or pass 5:00PM, there are home stays available near the area which rates starts at Php 300.00.

NOTES:
• You are only allowed to swim on certain areas of the falls.
• Park is open from 8:00am to 5:00pm only

The Aliwagwag Falls viewed from the bridge near the entrance of Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park
The Aliwagwag Falls viewed from the bridge near the entrance of Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park
The second layer of Aliwagwag Falls
The second layer of Aliwagwag Falls
Beautiful raging waters falling from the waterfalls.
Beautiful raging waters falling from the waterfalls.
Raging waters at the third layer of the waterfalls. Near the area where you can actually swim.
Raging waters at the third layer of the waterfalls. Near the area where you can actually swim.
Syrah striking a pose at the Aliwagwag Falls
Syrah striking a pose at the Aliwagwag Falls
Pao posing at the fourth layer of Aliwagwag Falls
Pao posing at the fourth layer of Aliwagwag Falls
Donna and Andrew's couple shot at the Fourth Layer of the waterfalls
Donna and Andrew’s couple shot at the Fourth Layer of the waterfalls
Bess' yoga pose at the fourth layer of Aliwagwag Falls
Bess’ yoga pose at the fourth layer of Aliwagwag Falls

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