Tumalog Falls are located in Oslob, Cebu and are a must-see attraction, especially if you are going to the Oslob Whale Shark watching area or to Sumilon Island. The falls have mini-umbrellas that cascade fine strands of cold, fresh water in a rain-like fashion.
Tumalog Falls News
We were in Cebu for one day, as a layover for our flight to Siargao (we did a Manila-Cebu-Siargao route, which is cheaper than a direct flight to Siargao). So, what are we going to do for one whole day? One obvious choice is a city tour, but in the end we'd voted to for a more adventurous Cebu day tour option - going to Oslob.
Oslob at the southern end of Cebu Island.
I went to see the whale shark, but it was until 11 o'clock
we changed schedule then went to Sumilon Island and Tumalog Falls.
After the sandbar and dive sites in Sumilon Island, Oslob Mayor Jose Tumulak Jr. announced that Tumalog Falls, another tourist site in the town, will be closed for three days starting tomorrow for a cleanup drive.
The Municipal Government, though, will open tomorrow the sandbar and dive sites in Sumilon Island after these were cleaned for one week.
In his meeting with tourism stakeholders last Thursday, the mayor said it was agreed that no tourists will be allowed at the sandbar and dive sites in Sumilon every third Wednesday of the month to give way to a regular cleanup drive.
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That dreaded word layover. In a country filled with beaches, jungles, and waterfalls at every turn, the Philippines becomes an enticing land of tropical adventure, even if just for one night. With 65 USD in your pocket, an overnight layover and an adventurous spirit, you can swim with sharks, visit multiple waterfalls, enjoy a coconut on the beach, and still make it back to the airport in time for your flight onwards.
Exploring one of the most amazing waterfalls ( Tamalog Falls ) in the Philippines. Today's Vlog was quite the adventure! Started off in Taiwan and thanks to you guys that voted on my instagram (@kevtaii) I ended up in the Philippines!
Tumalog Falls, also called as "Toslob falls" or "Mag-ambak falls" situated in barangay Luka, southern part of Cebu, Philippines. It will only take about 2 hours and a half to get close to the area from Cebu City.
During our stay in Bluewater Sumilon, we were treated to a day of roaming around the town of Oslob and its neighboring towns. Ive developed an aversion to Oslob because of the towns unsustainable practices in with regards to its unfortunately popular whale shark-watching. (If you want to see the gentle giants, I beg you: please go to Donsol instead.) Well, the original itinerary included this activity but I put my foot down and said I would not participate in it. Thankfully, the idea was scrapped and we went chasing waterfalls instead.