Taktak Falls is located in Sayug, Rizal, Sta. Monica. About 3kms away from Sapao. The place is well hidden and surrounded by indigenous plants.
Taktak Falls is cemented and its waters are trapped in a pool thus the current is not strong.
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Heading up to TakTak waterfall in Santa Monica is a full- day adventure to the north part of the island. From General Luna the waterfall is 1.5-hour drive but is well worth the effort. We enjoyed the waterfall to ourselves. Cliff jumping, tree jumping, and exploration to the top of the falls were the highlights of the adventure.
Siargao is the capital of surfing in Philippines, but what to do here for non-surfers? There are many things to do in and around the island!
Taktak Falls is one of the stops in our Siargao Island land/day tour. It is located near the northernmost tip of Siargao in the town of Santa Monica. It is a small, gently flowing waterfall. Its pool is ideal for a refreshing swim.
The whole area is well developed with paved paths and steps, and metal railings,for easier and more convenient access by visitors. I personally feel that it was overdone, however, with the waterfall's natural beauty effectively ruined. But that's just my personal and humble opinion. The surrounding environment remains heavily forested, nevertheless, and during ou ...
File that remaining vacation leaves and surf your way up to Siargao. Whether you are a surfer or a non-surfer, the island will welcome you with its world renowned waves and other must go to sites.
HOW WE GOT THERE
Davao-Butuan. Right after work, we took the 9PM bus at Davao City Overland Transport Terminal. We actually did not know the schedule of the Davao-Butuan route since we can't find it in the internet and we were not able to call the terminal's office. So we ended up being spontaneous and got in at any of the available buses.
Actually, we only paid for Davao-Bayugan route beca ...
Talk about Siargao and "surfing" always comes to mind. No surprise ??" it's dubbed as the "Surfing Capital of the Philippines" and has gained international attention due to its powerful, unparalleled waves. But is Siargao really just about surfing? Definitely… No! This beautiful island in the southern part of the Philippine archipelago is also home to exciting activities that will cater to non-surfers, too!
So if you and your barkada (circle of friends) want to get stoked this summer, here's a three-day Siargao itinerary fresh from my experience. You're welcome!
DENR Caraga Siargao Island Protected Landscape and Seascape.