It’s Now Easier to Get to Surigao’s Famous Tinuy-an Falls

The natural park just reopened to the public.

(SPOT.ph) Tinuy-an Falls in Bislig, Surigao del Sur is often compared to New York's Niagara Falls because of its 95-meter width. Its four-tiered feature, with the main waterfalls dropping at 55 meters, also makes for an Instagram-worthy shot among tourists. Those who haven't been to this beautiful spot would be glad to know that Tinuy-an Falls Eco Park was once again opened to the public on August 1.

The Tinuy-an Falls resemble a white lace curtain draped from a rod of lush vegetation.
PHOTO BY Karl Torio
Guests can use use a raft to see the waterfall drop up close.
PHOTO BY Karl Torio
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The popular tourist destination was closed to the public starting on June 4 to make way for road rehabilitation. This is part of the P398-million infrastructure project that the Department of Tourism and the Department of Public Works and Highways started in early 2017 in Bislig City. With this development, getting to Tinuy-an Falls is now easier than ever.

How to get there: Fly from Manila to Butuan, Agusan del Norte. From there, you can take a van or a bus to Mangagoy, Bislig. Hire a habal-habal to Tinuy-an Falls.

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