Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Inambakan Falls, Ginatilan, Cebu

Last weekend, we visited my hometown in the southern part of Cebu-- Ginatilan. It's a four-hour drive by bus and because we only had a limited time, we boarded the bus as early as 2:30 in the morning. We arrived there at around 6:30. 

We visited my relatives first and had a hearty breakfast. After that, we went to Inambakan Falls. I've been to this place way back 2010 but I didn't got the chance to swim. Inambakan means jump in English so when people visit the place, they really try to jump! *too bad, I'm a scaredy-cat so count me out. :P*

From the town proper, you need to take a motorcycle (habal-habal) which will cost you P 25.00. When you arrive there, their will be someone who will collect the entrance fee for the falls which is P 10.00. After paying, it's time to wander around the place.

Inambakan Falls

Enjoying the scenic beauty of Inambakan Falls. 

Luckily, when we arrived there, there were no people aside from the boy watching over the area. So, it's like we rented the place exclusively! haha :P

We only stayed there for an hour and after wading in the clean and clear water of Inambakan Falls, we bid goodbye. 

these two dogs guided us when we were going to the falls. cuteeee. :D

See you soon Inambakan! ^_^


  1. You didn't swim ? :O It's beautiful!

    1. I swam Mau, I just didn't jump from the top. haha

    2. That's good! Haha! I misunderstood your blog post. xD Because I was thinking to myself " You had the place all to yourselves, pero sayang because you didn't swim!" Haha! Sorry.

    3. Haha. That's okay Mau. :D Visit it sad next time.