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I'm an Aklanon so that means I saw Boracay at it's most beautiful.
When it was still paradise. Same goes with Jawili Falls.
It used to be a wilderness.
Lots of overgrown roots which served as make-shift ladders to climb the raging falls.
There were no concrete structures.
You had to literally risk life or death climbing the falls and it's many pools and mini-falls.
There was also no entrance fee.
Maybe that's because we took our trash with us and didn't deface any of the rocks.
The great thing about it, is that the cottages for rent are still there.
Still made of Nipa, still with a stream where you can wash your hands in after digging into your baon of halabos na hipon and steamed "baklang" crab.
You can bring your own food and even grill it here.
There was another cottage grilling liempo so I offered to swap some of our hipon for a liempo.
The cottages are for rent at 75Php one to sawa!
RH at 40Php and Empi at regular price give or take 20Php.
You can take a trike from the main road to get here.
Walk a few meters and you get to Jawili Beach.
I'm sad that it isn't as beautiful as I remember it, but it's still worth a visit.
The waterfalls are almost endless.
Come during the rainy season. The water pressure is stronger and all the pools are full!
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Small as it may seem. Not as huge as those popular waterfalls in the world. But this, for sure, is a beautiful one.
Aklan has a lot of hidden paradise and amazing beaches, and waterfalls around, this is one! It's my first time to visit and see this place. A beauty indeed! People can swim, or just go and take photos. Can't wait to explore and see more of these hidden treasures, and say 'wow' to God's beautiful creations.
Jawili Falls, Tangalan, Aklan, Philippines
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