Asik Asik Falls

Alamada, Cotabato

Asik Asik Falls, sometimes called Dulao Falls, are located at Sitio Dulao, Upper Dado, Alamada, Cotabato. The falls are both unique and amazing because there is no stream above the hill, the water is simply springing out from the rocks.

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  • Blessed By A Water Veil

    Blessed By A Water Veil

    At first, it was like we were just visiting relatives which, technically, we were only that it was on short notice, already 10PM, and that we didn't really know where else to go in Davao. For the record, it was not my intention to barge in on my aunt and uncle so late into the night. On the plane, I even pictured me, my fiance Dennis, and them having a nice dinner at some local restaurant. But as luck would have it, our flight got delayed and instead of sampling the local fare, we ended up getting takeouts at McDonald's no less.

  • Asik-Asik Falls Alamada North Cotabato

    The once undisturbed town of Alamada in the highland of North Cotabato is now a booming tourist destination. Thanks to the majestic Asik-Asik Falls for a promise of a brighter tourism landscape for this part of Mindanao. Credit to

  • Exploring Asik-Asik Falls Cotabatos Glorious Gem

    Exploring Asik-Asik Falls Cotabatos Glorious Gem

    The Philippines has numerous gorgeous and stunning waterfalls all throughout its thousands of islands. One of the most stand outs among these waterfalls that I'm blessed to have visited is the Asik-Asik Falls of Cotabato. This mystical waterfall in Alamada, Cotabato isn't so easy to reach as traveling here is going to take a lot of hours. In our case, the whole Asik Asik experience required a whole day.

    My trip to Asik-Asik Falls was a part of a 4-day adventure in Region 12 (Soccsksargen: South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani and General Santos City). I have previously blogged ...

  • Travel Guide Cotabato City

    Travel Guide Cotabato City

    Did you know that Cotabato City doesn't belong to the Province of Cotabato nor South Cotabato? It actually, politically and geographically belongs to Maguindanao Province.

    Apparently, the city's geopolitical location is as complicated as its history, culture and reputation. A city clouded with fear, and living in the stigma of its history and impression. A place struggling to move away from its own shadow.

    But the truth is, like other Mindanaoan City, Cotabato is typically diverse, multicultural and generally peaceful. As the provincial capital of Maguindanao, it is a melting pot of reli ...

  • A Diy Guide To Asik-Asik Falls

    A Diy Guide To Asik-Asik Falls

    Its many runnels formed white gushing veins against the green-and-black slab of mountain. I stood before it awed, tracing the tendrils back to the awning of thick shrubs up high, wondering how it worked. With Dennis, I had just spent forty-five minutes on a habal-habal and another thirty on foot descending the trail to the stony banks of Asik-asik Falls.

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    Asik-asik Falls is this baffling waterfalls in Alamada, North Cotabato. I say "baffling" because, unlike other cascades I've seen, it doesn't have a visible source u ...

  • Asik-Asik The Spectacular Curtain Waterfall

    Asik-Asik The Spectacular Curtain Waterfall

    Mindanao, the southernmost and the second largest main island of the archipelagic Philippines, is indeed bestowed with the nature's finest gifts. From the northern region known for its majestic waterfalls all the way to the south, known for its beautiful and serene beaches - this place can be likened to that of a collage depicting nature itself. Every region will always have something to be proud of.

    Alamada, in the province of North Cotabato was once unknown to tourists until the discovery of Asik-Asik Falls. This Spectacular Curtain Waterfall brings thousands of visitors to Alamada and it ...