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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Apart from the famous Cambugahay falls of Siquijor, you can also choose Lugnason Falls as a side-trip. Even though it is smaller than Cambugahay, it is still a delightful place to drop-by especially because it?s free to visit.
The first stop on my Siquijor tour.
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We booked the cheapest flight to Dumaguete months ahead. My friends and I left Manila early in the morning and arrived in Dumaguete around 10 AM. We headed straight to the port and took the next boat to Siquijor. The ride lasted about 40 minutes.
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