Lugnason Falls

San Juan, Siquijor

Lugnason Falls is a more than 7m/20 foot tall waterfall found in Brgy. Napo, San Juan, Siquijor. Lugnason Falls is a cluster of limestone rocks that is a wide opening drop from a stream uphill. The landing area when you get to see the falls is elevated, and you need to get down on a steep man-made steps to reach the water basin. On that elevation though, are several benches for family to gather, a ...

nd parents to watch the young ones enjoy their swim.

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