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7 Majestic and Must-Visit Waterfalls in Borongan

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Jeanh, Aug 28, 2015.

  1. Borongan, pronounced as “bo-rong-gan”, was derived from the Waray-waray word “borong” which means “fog."
    Borongan is the capital city of Eastern Samar province. The city boasts of having amazing beaches, beautiful landscapes and untouched forests which are ideal for nature lovers.

    Here’s a list of the favorite waterfall destinations in Borongan, Eastern Samar.

    1. Camada Falls
    Camada Falls is located in Brgy. Camada. Get to explore the caves too!

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    Kansuriyaw Falls; photo from Kansuriyaw Falls FB page
    The magnificent Kansuriyaw Falls is located at Brgy. San Andres. The best time to visit the Kansuriyaw Falls is during the summer months.

    3. Kaputian Falls
    Kaputian Falls is located in Brgy. San Gabriel.

    4. Mabsag Waterfalls
    Mabsag Waterfalls; photo from Huplag Speleo FB account
    5. Mono Cascades and Falls
    The Mono cascades and falls is located in Pinanag-an (Sitio Bagong Baryo).

    6. Pahungaw Falls
    Pahungaw Falls; photo from goborongan.com
    Pahungaw Falls is located in Brgy. San Pablo. You must have strong legs and good hiking shoes when going to the falls. In the picnic area, there were once a few huts but was destroyed during Typhoon Yolanda.

    7. Pangi Falls
    Pangi Falls; photo from I Love Borongan FB page
    Pangi Falls is located in Brgy. San Gabriel.

    There are many waterfalls in Borongan still waiting to be explored. The list above shows just a few of them that Boronganons have already discovered and made accessible to visitors.

    How to Get There
    There is still no direct airplane flight service between Manila and Borongan City up to the present.

    From Manila, you can fly to "The Gateway to Eastern Visayas" -- Tacloban (estimated cost Php2,700++, round trip, 1 hour 15 minutes).


    From Tacloban City, you can take a mini-bus or air-conditioned shuttle van ride to Borongan City.

    The modes of transportation in and around the city are motorized tricycles, motorcycles, passenger jeepneys, multi-cabs and bicycles.
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