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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Tinuy-an Falls in Surigao del Sur

The beauty of Tinuy-an Falls remains the same as years passed by. Last time I visited the place was 2011 - check out here and still it's majestic. It was summer that time and due to El Nino, the fall curtians weren't that thick unlike when you visit it during rainy season. The falls is heavy and it looks much better.

This year 2016, our family planned a trip and decided to visit Surigao since many of my love ones haven't visited the place - so it's a go. As usual Tinuy-an Falls doesn't run out of tourists specially during weekends.

They made stairs to easily reach the other portion of the falls located at the top but be carefull as stairs are steep and slippery.

You can even go further at the top to see more scenic view. I remember when visiting before, there are lots of snakes around the corner of the falls and now snakes are nowhere to be seen.

We also enjoyed doing bamboo rafting to reach near the curtain of the falls. No one is allowed to go beyond the curtains because water were so strong and heavy. Rafting rental is 300 includes guide.

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