Tenogtog Falls are located in Mayoyao, Ifugao. Located five kilometers town, it has three natural pools rising about 12 meters from each other. The water falls from the pool cascades to the next in beautiful succession. Untouched by human hands, these natural pools provide clear cool mountain spring water.
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Tenogtog is a segmented waterfall that dynamically drops to a small basin located in Ifugao province.
Our first exploration in Mayoyao, Ifugao. This is the start point of our hike to Tenogtog Falls. Tenogtog Falls is 5km from town.
It looks like a jungle out here but it was safe.
Trail is very easy since we explored this without any guide.
The hike from the start point was 20 minutes regular pacing. Once you see this shed, you're there.
Tenogtog falls has 3 mini pools. I only explored this. Look at what's beneath me .
The water was freezing. So we had our water bottle dipped in the water so it would be cold.
My tummy's companion everywhere especially when travelling.
The last leg of my eight-hour Mayoyao Trip was a trek to Tenogtog Falls. The eight-hour day tour seemed longer than that.
My Ifugao guide Jerome had ironically showed signs of fatigue due to seemingly never-ending walks. At past 3PM, we had a late lunch at Aeron's at the town proper.
Being re-energized, we headed west. Two and a half kilometers away from the town proper is a small road going to the northwestern barangays of Mayoyao. After a short ascent, the path along a gorge turned narrower. In about 25 minutes of moderately-paced walk, we reached Tenogtog Falls.
Tenogtog is an Ifug ...
Mayoyao is a town in the province of Ifugao within the Cordillera Administrative Region in Northern Philippines. It is one of the 5 clusters of rice terraces in the province listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1995. My visit to Mayoyao was trully an amazing experience... and I fell in love with the place.. hope to be back soon :)
Ifugao is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Covering a total land area of 262,820 hectares, the province of Ifugao is located in a mountainous region characterized by rugged terrain, river valleys, and massive forests. Its capital is Lagawe and borders Benguet to the west, Mountain Province to the north, Isabela to the east, and Nueva Vizcaya to the south.
It is named after the term "i-pugo" which means "I" (from/people) and "Pugo" (hill), thus people of the hill.
The Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras and Banaue Rice Terr ...