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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

#MagasoFalls #Ghost #Spirits cold water, 107 steps, great clean water most clean in bohol, free parking, 2 barangay fees lolololol as always

Thank 1_MasterMariner_1
Reviewed 25 February 2018 via mobile

Travelling from Panglao (if you are) can take up to 90 mins depending on mode of transport. Small entrance fee upon entry. Set amongst many trees. Quite a steep descent/ascent from parking area (exercise care). Swimming available at own risk. Lifeguard onsite throughout the day....More

Thank Craig M
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

Since the earthquake of 2013, this water fall is much smaller due to change in structure and movement of rock formations. Still worth the 188 steps down for a swim and enjoyment of the sounds of water rushing down. Nature’s jacuzzi.

Thank Kenster777
Reviewed 15 December 2017 via mobile

We came here early at about 7.30am in mid December. We had the place for ourselves. The entrance fee is Php20 each. We didn't go for a swim as we have a few more places to see around Bohol. It's a few paved steps down...More

Thank JCG806
Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

It was not my first time to visit the place. If you are a person who is interested about nature, then you will be satisfied with what this attraction has to offer. You will pay an entrance fee of course for tourism. You can swim...More

Thank Graham Airogerg L
Reviewed 6 September 2017

It's not crowded by tourist, in fact there are more local than tourist! Amazed by the safety precaution that they took. there is a safe keeper there that assist us cuz the rocks are quite slippery and tourist must wear life jacket before entering the...More

1  Thank Amanda K
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

I know someone who libes in this town. He brought us here and inwas amazed. Unlike other falls, this falls dont not require you to walk more than a mile. This is accesible, and family friendly. Kids are welcome.

Thank Liyapoooh
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

This is a must if you visit Bohol! It was stunning and most importantly, there was only me and my boyfriend there which made it magical. We swam in the safe areas and my boyfriend braved crossing the waterfall which he did successfully and without...More

Thank elsabeth69
Reviewed 9 June 2017

The currents were strong during our visit so we couldn't swim but it was still worth the visit. There is a big area to swim and it looks really nice. Be careful of strong currents during monsoon season.

Thank Ignatius N
Reviewed 31 May 2017

These are very pretty falls, although I was told that they are much changed since the 2013 earthquake. If you choose to swim in the pool, be careful. When we entered the water it was very calm and turquoise coloured, but while we were swimming...More

1  Thank Karen C
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