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Sitio Nagpana is 8 kilometers away from the Poblacion and 1.5 hours away or 70 kilometers from Iloilo City. The falls is situated at the northwest part of sitio. Going to Nagpana is bumpy rocky ride uphill. The only means of transportation is riding a habal-habal (motorcycle) or tricycle.
In order to reach the falls, you need to pass inside a thick forest with thriving wildlife and trek until you reach the hilltop. You’ll surely enjoy the beautiful view of the mountains while being kissed by the cool fresh air.
Relax with the calming effect of the flowing water or take a plunge into the natural swimming pool filled by the cool waters of Nagpana falls.
Nagpana Falls is a perfect getaway for anyone who wants to relax and free their minds. Many tourists, both local and foreign, visit Nagpana falls yearly. Just don’t expect too much for the services as it still needs more and improved facilities. And, bring your own food if you plan to stay longer since there are no stores available in the area.
The Nagpana falls is under the supervision of the local government of Barotac Viejo, Iloilo. For more details contact Barotac Viejo Town Hall at (033) 362-0160. Read More: http://www.choosephilippines.com/go/water-forms/4009/nagpana-waterfall-barotac-viejo
Photo from: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-25056976
Nagpana Falls are located in Barangay Lipata, Barotac Viejo, Iloilo. Nagpana is a swimming hideaway where the Aetas live.
Going to Nagpana Falls, you need to hike a few kilometers. It was tiring but it’s worth it. In the falls, the community built a pavilion where visitors can leave their belongings and can even stay for the night. Read More: http://greedypeg.org/iloilo/Nagpana-Falls.html
Photo from: http://greedypeg.org/iloilo/Nagpana-Falls.html
Framed by stunning mountain views, it is home to Nagpana Falls where guests can enjoy a host of activities revolving around it, while still having time to explore the spectacular scenery surrounding the community. It has a pavilion with two rooms that can accommodate overnight stays with ten persons per room. It has toilet and bath with running water coming from a hose that is connected from a spring situated on the upper portion of the Nagpana Falls. – Read More: http://mybeautifuliloilo.blogspot.com/2012/08/sitio-nagpana-indigenous-tourism-of.html
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