The Kawasan Falls are located near Badian, on the island of Cebu, in the Philippines. This is not in Moalboal, the popular diving destination, but south of Moalboal. There is a slight fee to visit the falls and be aware of people offering their services as guides. It’s an easy walk to the falls and you do not need a guide, but watch out for the local wildlife and also slippery rocks. If you arrive by motorbike or car also be prepared to pay a small fee to park. 50P is reasonable. Water at the falls is icey cold, but refreshing. after the sweaty walk there. In images of the falls you see people on bamboo rafts, well the raft is not free to use and also a guide will offer his services to steer you around the falls. You can also just swim by yourself. The guide is going to expect a tip and about 20 pesos is OK, but that is only $0.40 so use your own judgement. Ask the cost before using the raft or a guide to avoid arguments. Visitors would be advised to use the guide services. The guides maneuver your raft to pass under some rocks then under the falls. The water actually hurts so if you have tender skin pass on the free water massage.
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