Hagimit Falls

Samal, Davao del Norte

Hagimit Falls
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Pauie P.
5.0 Stars
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Cold and clean water. I missed the stream/ brooke nearby our place. You just have to rent their tables and cottages but you may bring your own food.

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Casey D.
5.0 Stars

Samal Island's not so hidden Hagimit falls. It's made of different levels. At first i thought there was a man made pool.. but, it was not. It was a part of the Hagimit falls. It's so clear and blue-ish in color that I mistaken it for that.
We were very excited to take a plunge. It was really hot awhile ago and the waterfalls was really inviting. The water's really cold but the we didnt mind. The trek was also easy as the pathway is well maintained. I think we paid a total of php60 each for the envi and entrance fee. My friends also tried jumping from the different levels. Tried once but the jump was not that high (yes,Im duwag like that) haha.
It's really worth a visit when in Samal Island. 128077128170

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Yoko T.
5.0 Stars

Ok let me just get it out in the open...I'm not the outdoorsy-sporty type of girl but man! I loved every minute of our hike here. It was just so beautiful!

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Suzette C.
5.0 Stars

This place is now developed! The stairs are now somewhat cemented at some parts and walkways are already easy to walk through. Before this was developed, it had no entrance fee and the place was super "raw" they said it was more beautiful back then but it's now safer to come here especially for my "older" relatives because they won't be afraid of slipping down the rocky roads anymore. :)

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Chichi T.
5.0 Stars

Was searching inside my files and I stumbled upon this old photo. This is the only (camera taken) photo uploaded here in Looloo. 128517 There was a time where I was fascinated with natural rock formations. One of our stops in our itinerary in Davao was Samal Island. We Insisted to venture into seeing the Hagimit Falls which was only PHP40 entrance fee. It was actually a bit of a hike heading to the place (not even knowing what we will see). The stairs were slippery and steep. But this preserved area was just AMAZING.

The water was fresh and icy cold. Photo above is one of the majestic natural rock formations in Hagimit falls. Definitely a hidden treasure in Samal Island, Davao

Oh how I miss Davao 128525

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Shiri Z.
4.0 Stars

Would love to visit here next time if they will fix the broken bridge and renovate the place 128513

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Kristella D.
3.0 Stars

Hagimit Falls is located in a secluded area in the Peñaplata district of the Island Garden City of Samal. The name comes from the many "hagimit" trees that grow in the area. The place features small cascading waterfalls that stream into natural swimming pools.

The management wanted to preserve the beauty of the place, so it is practically untouched. There's only a staircase going to the falls, a few small cottages and some comfort rooms built in the area. The surroundings are still teeming with lush greens and the waters are clear.

Even in the summer, the water's icy cool. The falling of the water feels like getting a massage, and it's nice to just lay back, relax, and cool off. It's a nice place to beat the summer heat.

To get here, take a bus going to Peñaplata from Davao City's Sta. Ana wharf. From the terminal there, ride the multi-seater motorcycle (habal-habal) to get to Hagimit Falls. Entrance fee is PHP40.

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