Hike & seek - The hidden Bohol waterfalls
View some of Bohol’s stunning and picturesque secret natural ponds and waterfalls! There’s no shortage of waterfalls in Bohol, and many are majestically beautiful. Some are easy to get to, and surely you can’t visit all of Bohol’s Waterfalls in a short visit. We collected a few hidden waterfalls that are otherwise harder to reach and assembled them into a nifty Bohol Waterfalls tour. We’ll swim, dip, splash, and jump into three hidden waterfalls – Ingkuman, Pahangog, and Dam-Agan. We’ll hike up and down while searching for excitement in these splendid cascades through tropical jungles, rice paddies and coconut groves.
The long drive to the Ingkumhan falls is definitely worthwhile. It is a secret location with a lovely, picturesque stroll down. The Ingkumhan Falls also has a swing and a place where you can leap off the cliff. Of all the tourist attractions in Bohol, Ingkumhan Falls should unquestionably be ranked among the best places to visit.
You will later hike to see the spectacular Pahangog waterfalls (also known as Dimiao Twin Falls), which are surrounded by large trees and other rich greenery, creating a cool and energizing mood in the magnificent mountain scenery. Even at the height of the summer, its distinctive traits remain, and its water slowly flows in three streams across slopes and rock formations that create a semi-circle without concern for being swept away by strong currents.
Dam-agan Falls offers a spectacular array of adventures for those looking to escape the heat. The area is magnificent in its natural state, and its waterfall can bring about an amazing sense of contentment. It was given the name Dam-agan due to the stiff, narrow aisle’s potential for trip hazards. (Dam-ag Visaya term of Fell off).
If visiting Bohol’s waterfalls appeals to you, be brave and veer off the beaten route and enjoy the best-hidden waterfalls in Bohol, Philippines! Join us, a group of like-minded thrill seekers, in our Bohol Waterfalls tour for a once in a lifetime experience.
- 3 off the beaten track Bohol Waterfalls
- Epic cliff jumping
- Spectacular scenery
- Local craft brewery and restaurant
08:00 – Depart from Abraham Bohol
09:30 – Arrive in Ingkumhan Falls hike
11:00 – Arrive in Pahangog Falls hike
12:00 – Lunch in Pahangog Falls
13:30 – Arrive in Dam-Agan Falls
15:00 – Woodies Craft Beer by the beach
17:00 – Leave to Abraham Bohol
18:30 – Arrive back to Panglao
(Note: All given times of departure and arrivals may vary.)
Good to Know
- Pick up Points: Abraham Bohol & Gavroush (in front of McDonalds)
- Things to bring: Hat, water, sunscreen, Swim Suit, Towel, Ear plugs (for the boat ride), mosquito repellent, towel, spare cloths
- Tour might be canceled due to heavy rains and bad weather
- Tour Coordinator
- Entrance fees
- Packed lunch
How long is the boat ride?
It’ll take one hour and a half each way.
Where are the waterfalls we’ll visit?
These Bohol Waterfalls are all in Dimiao Municipality, about 60 km east of Panglao.
Is the long drive worth it?
For sure, yes! Bohol’s most beautiful waterfalls are not situated in the tourist centers. The long drive through narrow jungle roads will also ensure you an off the beaten path experience that only a few of the visitors to Bohol get.
What is the best time to go to the waterfalls?
It’s best to leave early in the morning, as we’ll still have to drive back in time for dinner, and perhaps, a night out in Panglao.
Are there shower rooms and toilets throughout the tour?
There will be some toilets available along the way, but only Dam-Agan and the brewery have organized ones. It’s better to inform our guide that you need to go prior to arrival in the falls, so we could find a proper place for your convenience.