Tappiyah Falls (Ifugao, PH)

No Juan Is An Island

“Water is precious; it is the very source of life and a free gift from the Creator.” -Desmond M. TutuDSC_0879 Tappiyah Falls is a stunning, 70-meter waterfalls tucked in the mountains of Banaue. This is part of an Ifugao sojourn together with a trek to the world-renowned, amphitheatre-like Batad Rice Terraces. (FYI:  Tappiyah is a local term that translates into “splash” in English). DSC_0843 Going to this wonder requires a walk through tortuous, precipitous and treacherous trail. It surely is not for the faint-hearted but the experience and the waterfalls ‘beauty is more than rewarding. DSC_0873 To reach the falls, one has to pass through the verdant and stunning Batad Rice Terraces. Then, one gets to pass a landslide prone, downhill area will test your patience and endurance. Extra caution should be practiced in this slightly steep descent to the waterfalls. There is a resting area with a local selling some much needed…

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