Kamugao Waterfall is nestled in the jungle in a gorge with a large lake where you can enjoy a refreshing swim.
On the way to the waterfall, we'll buy fresh seasonal fruits, which we'll delight in at the gazebo by the waterfall, savoring the view. Additionally, during this picnic, you'll be offered water, cola, and rum.
After visiting Kamugao Waterfall, if desired, we can explore another waterfall.
Having rested well and taken a dip, we'll head to an authentic Filipino eatery where we'll indulge in homemade dishes of the national Filipino cuisine for lunch.
You'll get to taste seafood and various national snacks, but the most delicious signature dish of this place is rotisserie chicken with sautéed vegetables.
Bohol boasts numerous waterfalls. Most of them are known only to locals. Some waterfalls are challenging to reach and require a strenuous hike through the forest, while others have accessible roads leading to them.