How many steps does Tinago Falls have?

How many steps does Tinago Falls have?

How many steps does Tinago Falls have?

Its name—Tinago Falls in tagalog—means “hidden” that perfectly fits its location that one can only reach by descending some 500 steps. The 240 feet high Tinago Falls will evoke oohs and aahs and so much awe from anyone who will visit it for the first time.

How much is the entrance fee in Tinago Falls?

2 answers. No entrance fee. But they accept donation to keep the place clean.

Why you should visit Tinago Falls?

Out of the city’s waterfalls, Tinago Falls is second to Maria Christina Falls as the most-visited tourist spot in that area. Tourists love the scenic waterfalls coming from the 240feet-high place running down into the deep tranquil water, alluring you to take an instant deep on the water.

How do I get to tinago?

How to Get Here. The Tinago is located between Linamon and Iligan City (in Lanao del Norte). It can be accessed via habal-habal or motorcycle. If you are a group, like ours was, the van can access the road going to the Tinago Falls, or its entrance.

When was Tinago Falls found?

This wondrous waterfall rushing down a green-covered mountain wasn’t discovered until 2010.

What would be best for a day trip Tinago Falls?

Ride the Bamboo Raft to the Falls Another fun thing to do at the Tinago Falls is to enjoy its cold rushing water by riding the bamboo raft! It’s just a short trip but a fun one, that is..

Can you swim in Tinago Falls?

Hidden deep in a mountain, Tinago Falls is the most spectacular of Iligan’s waterfalls; you can drive to the start of the very steep stairway (365 steps) down. During the wet season, it’s a loud violent cascade, but no matter what time of year, you can swim in the pool at the base (life vests are provided).

What is in Tinago Falls?

The falls is high, its very cold waters cascading beautifully into a deep and calm basin-like pool which appears like a blue-colored lagoon. Under the falls is a small cave where people can enter and listen to the rumbling waters.