|My young, happy and oh so carefree friends stripping down to enjoy the cold water|
At the jump-off in Barangay Bical, we met with Mr. Roderick Fabor, head of Libmanan Tourism, and other friendly folks from the local tourism. After exchanging pleasantries, we commenced trekking and soon found ourselves on a scenic but muddy trail.
The landscape was so bucolic - rice fields on our right and coconut trees everywhere.
|We had to cross this wooden bamboo bridge to get to the other side of the trail|
|Muddy trail with branches everywhere|
Our short trek terminated at a picturesque part of the falls. We were told that there's a cave about an hour from where we were but it was nearing sunset so we decided to head down.
|One of the wider cascades of Engkanto Falls|
Check out blogger friend, Estan’s post about Engkanto Falls.
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Travel Tips :
Recommended footwear - although my companions who wore rubber slippers managed the trek just fine, it would be safer to wear a footwear that dries easily and preferably with straps so you can wear it while swimming as the water is shallow on most parts and there's plenty of small sharp rocks.
Bring : snacks, dry bag for wet clothes
*There's a changing area at the jump-off.
Libmanan, Camarines Sur, Bicol Region
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This trek was a collaboration with NagaX, Naga's tourism arm and the local government unit of Libmanan.