Hello explorer! Nat here from The Travelling Foxes. You've probably stumbled on this blog post because you watched my vlog on the breathtaking Can-Umantad falls from my channel.
If you haven't seen it yet, here it is:
Now some information on how to get to this beautiful waterfall:
Coming from Panglao, Bohol:
Your trip begins with a picturesque drive from Panglao, approximately two hours of scenic beauty leading to Candijay. The journey has some areas that pass through a bit of challenging and winding steep roads, but it's a great road trip as it offers a glimpse of Bohol's stunning landscapes.
Arrival and First Impressions
Once you reach Candijay, you will be brought to the Registration Area before you can either take a motorbike the falls, or take a short hike. I would suggest that you opt for the exhilarating stairway descent from the Cadapdapan Rice Terraces viewpoint, a path that promises breathtaking vistas and an intimate connection with nature. This route, a fusion of beauty and history, was once the primary access to the falls before the construction of the more direct, yet steep road.
The Falls and Surrounding Attractions
Can-Umantad Falls, standing proudly as the tallest waterfall in the province, is a spectacle of nature's grandeur. With a 60ft cascade that creates a mesmerizing vision, it's a perfect backdrop for relaxation and contemplation. Nearby, the Cadapdapan Rice Terraces and Canawa Cold Spring await to complete your day with their unique charm and beauty.
Planning Your Visit
For a hassle-free experience, consider a guided tour from Panglao, combining the falls with other local attractions. This way, you can immerse yourself fully in the wonders of Bohol without the stress of navigation and planning.
Can-Umantad Falls is more than just a destination; it's an experience that blends adventure, beauty, and the tranquility of nature. Your visit here will surely leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.
If you would like to check out other waterfalls tours in Bohol, check out this link here. This tour covers the hidden wonders of Ingkumhan, Pahangog, and Dam-Agan falls through captivating hikes.