Ambon-ambon Falls is located in Laurel, Batangas. It is approximately 60 meters high and beautiful place hugged by lush greenery and rock cliffs almost reaching to the skies.
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Ambon-Ambon Falls (Ambun-ambun Falls) is located somewhere in Brgy Paliparan/San Gabriel, Laurel, Batangas.
Trekking to the location is very safe which averagely takes 20-30 minutes on foot. It will be best to contact a tour guide from the Municipal Hall or from the Barangay so you won't get lost along the trail.
The name of the magnificent Ambon-Ambon Falls came about from the shower of water droplets even before you reach the actual falls. Its name literally means 'drizzle' or 'light rain'.
With an estimated height of 60 meters (in three levels of sharp rocks, crisscrossing their wa ...
Far in the land of crater lakes and balisong, the town of Laurel in the province of Batangas keeps a duo of natural wonders mostly known only to its residents. The twin falls of Ambon-ambon and Malagaslas provide an attractive alternative for those who are looking to beat the intense summer heat. It's also great to pair it with a trip to nearby Tagaytay or Taal Lake, adding a bit more adventurous spin to an otherwise laid-back excursion.
The falls are located on separate sides of a forest cover in Brgy. San Gabriel. From the jump-off in Sitio Salipit, each falls can be reached in more or le ...
Its name literally means 'drizzle' or 'light rain'; a waterfall christened as such would have to be very tall to evoke such an effect.
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The province of Batangas boasts of a lot of tourist attractions ranging from historical structures, food, and natural wonders, such as mountains, islands, and waterfalls.
Speaking of waterfalls, since it was still a rainy season, last July 29, 2014, my friends and I travelled to faraway Laurel, Batangas to witness two waterfalls, the Ambon-Ambon Falls and the Malagaslas Falls.
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