Mag-aso Falls are located 20 kms. from Tagbilaran City, in Antequera, Bohol. About 25 feet tall with verdant green forest as fitting background for the placid waters. A beautiful swimming location with its cool cascading water and scenic surroundings.
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Bohol- island which has to offer a lot, starting with tarsiers, chocolate hills and finishing with waterfalls and beaches by the sea. There are 2 waterfalls which shouldnt be missed if you stay in Tagbilaran or Panglao island. Of course, there are plenty of waterfalls on the island, but most of them are more far away from Tagbilaran and wouldnt be suitable for half day trip.
Today was a short day and our last day in Bohol. We take the motorbike for one last ride to the local swimming spot of Mag-Aso falls where a beautiful oasis awaited us. With not a single other tourist in sight and only a handful of locals having a dip, it was a special experience that we highly recommend.
Bohol is one of the world renowned and distinguished tourist destinations. It is prominent in terms of white beaches and beautiful resorts, caves, waterfalls but the most popular tourist destination are the Chocolate Hills with its numerous mounds of limestone formations.
A visit to the stunning Mag-Aso Falls located in Antequera, Bohol.
We are down on our last day in Bohol! Technically, we have another day but it's all reserved for buying pasalubong and going to the airport to fly back home. From Vest Grand Suite, we went to the municipality of Antequera for our first destination. About 18.5 kilometers away from Tagbilaran city, it is home for the beautiful Mag-aso Falls.
Mag-aso Falls can be reached for 197 steps as the eight-meter-waterfall is situated deep in the forest, surrounded by various lush green trees, and plants. Early in the morning is the perfect time to visit the place as no to few people ar ...
Hey guys! Welcome to my first ever series post. If you've read the title, you'd probably get that this post will be about Bohol.
So what is this all about?
Bohol is a province of the Philippines, in the country's Central Visayas region. It comprises Bohol Island and numerous smaller surrounding islands. Bohol is known for coral reefs and unusual geological formations, notably the Chocolate Hills. On the main island, near the town of Carmen, these 1,200 or so symmetrical mounds turn cocoa-brown in the dry season, contrasting with the surrounding jungle's greenery. -Google