Ton-ok Falls

Calbayog City, Samar

Ton-ok Falls, also called Tun-ok Falls, are a 45 minute drive from Calbayog City, Samar, to Sigo plus 30-minute hike to Ton-ok falls. It is a scenic waterfall hidden in a lush tropical vegetation. Nature has placed it out of easy reach to preserve its beauty. A source of hydroelectric power.

The scenic view of the waterfall is vividly illustrated through the boulders that rise and ...

water falls in a series of cataract-like steps from down below to the topmost section of the mountain. Nature has placed it within easy reach to compensate and preserve its beauty.

Ton-ok Falls or Tun-ok Falls News

  • A Scenic Waterfall Ton-ok Falls

    Calbayog City has about 157 barangays and they're divided into three (3) districts, the Calabayog District, the Tinambacan District and the Oquendo District. Barangay Sigo which is a part of the third district, is where Ton-ok Falls is located.

    Ton-ok Falls is a scenic waterfall hidden in lush tropical vegatation, which nature has placed out of easy reach to preserve its beauty. It is a source of hydroelectric power.

    How to get there:

    From the Calabayog terminal, take a tricycle that goes to Oquendo District or to Barangay Sigo. But before you do, tell the drivers you're going to Ton- ...

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