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After Catulayan in San Juan, we planned to go to Cambugahay Falls somewhere in the town of Lazi. We waited for awhile wishing that there were some jeepneys available that would bring us there as there weren't that many vehicles passing by. It's a good thing we were able to get one though.

We dropped by the Lazi market first to find a place to eat. Then we hired a motorcycle going to the drop off to the walk to the falls. At least, compared to my Casaroro falls trip, the trek wasn't that long. We were able to take a dip in the fresh water after a few meters. What I like about the place is that you can jump and nobody would stop you probably because the place isn't really as commercialized as Kawasan (or nobody has really met an accident yet?)

San Juan to Lazi market – P20 (jeep-slow jeep)
Lazi market to Cambugahay Falls – P10 (motor)

Cambugahay Falls,
Lazi, Siquijor
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lunch at Lazi market

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It had to be Kris, going down

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just a few steps and tada!

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Cambugahay Falls, Rolica, posing

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falls, cold water

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not planning to slip

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jumping maybe.

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swimming

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another walk

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having fun

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sigh. fresh water!

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tree, water

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trekking back

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having a break

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people were getting many when we went back up

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short trek, waiting

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Cambugahay Falls, Siquijor


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13 comments… add one
  • pagkalaagan nlng jud nimo eds noh.. hihihi.. happy new year! 😉

    • Edcel

      haha. dapat lang bena. hehe

  • wow! nde ba masakit tumalon sa Cambugahay? Medyo nakakatakot din sya, kasi mukhang mabato.
    Pero nakakainggit sobra…:S

    • Edcel

      Japanesecake: hi, we just asked one of the locales there if we could jump, he said that we could. Yep, nakakatakot talaga tumalon pero you have to make sure that where you’re jumping at is really deep. mahirap na talaga. the place isn’t commercialized kaya wala pa talagang mga warning signs. thanks for dropping by! 🙂

  • sellevito

    just came from there last monday… one year has passed since i saw the falls and fell in love with it along with salagdoong beach in maria town… did a little cleaning of washed debris… still spectacular dear friends… beware of thieves preying on unwary tourists…

    • Edcel

      sellevito: i wasn’t able to pass by salagdoong beach but i think it would be really great if we did. anyway. thanks for the tip! 🙂

  • sunshine

    ..so verry nice falls….i come there last year,,,,when i go there….

    • Edcel

      thanks for dropping by sunshine!

  • nikkie

    ganda  talaga ng falls kaso makati..
     

  • nikkie

    ang ganda talaga ng fakks kahit makati. pero pnta parin alo dyan pag uwi ko.

  • kulit ng mga shots! 🙂

    • Edcel

      @adventurousfeet: haha, bata pa kasi. lol

  • laine

    i love siquijor…miss ko na din tong lugar na toh..sana sir makilala kita love ko din magtravel kaso walang kasama..btw if like nyo ulit bumalik sa siquijor you can stay sa house ng tita ko and matour ulit ang siquijor. try nyo pumunta sa salagdoong beach at canatabon cave…Keep travelling and writing!..ganda talga!..

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