Hiking in Timmanguyob Falls

Timangguyob Falls or Timmanguyob Falls hiking in San Clemente Tarlac was the farthest and most daring experience we've ever had. It is located in Sitio Dueg Barangay Maasin. It was an 11 km hike through shrubs and grassy trail; slippery too during the rainy season or when it rains like the day when we did our hiking. There were steep slopes where no trees to hold on to due to kaingin (clearing).

Timangguyob Falls
The Timangguyob Falls

A Visit to Balon Falls - Subic Zambales

Balon Falls is one of the two waterfalls in Subic town in Zambales. It was the shortest trek we've ever had so if you are looking for a nature trip that requires a short walk, this is the right one. It is located in Barangay Aningway Sacatihan, approximately twenty five minutes away by bus from Olongapo City.

Balon Falls Plunge Pool
watching the water fall

Guide to Lubong Nangoloan Falls (Anghalo Falls Update)

This updated guide to Lubong Nangoloan Falls or Anghalo Falls came to mind when "playing tourist" recently visited the waterfalls as a side trip of Sitio Liwliwa in San Felipe Zambales day tour.

Lubong-Nangoloan Falls Update

Because we've been to these waterfalls several times since it was introduced by a friend six years ago (2010), we decided to have a visit while our other friends stayed at Liwliwa. We only brought our snacks and our fare for the tricycle back and forth which is two hundred pesos. While traveling to the jump off the driver started talking and he mentioned the change of route to the waterfalls. He also told us that there is an "Entrance Fee" imposed by the local government of San Felipe. We got worried because we only had two hundred pesos with us for the fare which meant we would not be able to see the waterfalls.  The entrance fee was Php 30.000 for adult and Php 20.00 for people of 17 years old and below. We were four in the group so that was P120 pesos.  There are also benches to rent for Php 100, the driver said.

Nangoloan Falls
The Famous Waterfalls of Nangoloan (Anghalo)