Chasing Waterfalls: Binalayan (Hidden) Falls

Our first falls to visit was supposedly Aguinid Falls but due to time constraints, we headed directly to Binalayan or Hidden Falls. Aguinid Falls needs more time because you have to climb up to level 3 if you want to visit all levels.

Located in Barangay Bonbon, Binalayan is the name of the sitio, thus Binalayan Falls. It is also known as Hidden falls because as the guide say, the falls is literally hidden. Aside from Binalayan and Hidden names, it is also called the Triple Drop Falls because the drop is divided into three streams.

From the registration booth, it would take 10 minutes to get to the falls if you have a motorcycle but would take around 30 minutes on foot.

Once you are there, don’t miss to jump from a small cave opening on the wall of more or less 20 feet high or do a somersault on a makeshift jumping point.

On our way to the falls.
On our way to the falls.
Toys for the big boys.
Toys for the big boys.
View from the first level of Binalayan Falls.
View from the first level of Binalayan Falls.
Stream
Stream
Small stream from Binalayan Falls.
Small stream from Binalayan Falls.
Ready to swim. Binalayan Falls.
Ready to swim. Binalayan Falls.
The Rainbow
The Rainbow
First level of Binalayan Falls
First level of Binalayan Falls

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