This is an original article by CDODev.com
There are still a lot of local tourism potentials in the Misamis Oriental which need to be promoted. One is the Bulyok Falls in Mahanggub, Brgy. Lubilan in the town of Naawan, a place popular among townsfolk for its many waterfalls.
The site is more or less some 18 kilometers from the National Highway at Naawan Proper or a travel time of about 30 minutes. Local habal-habal (motorcycle) charge around P100-150 per head. Info gathered indicate resort entrance is at P25/pax. Cottages are at P250. Browse over some photos below showing the resort development around the waterfalls and see if you can include this one in your waterfalls adventure.
The falls have high flows during the rainy months.
There’s no swimwear policy.
The water is clear and fresh.
The site is an oasis.
Because of its distance from the National Highway, much of the surroundings have been preserved.
The cascades provide some coolness from the summer heat.
I bet you’re already thinking of your selfie in this photo.
You can also commune with nature at the site.
Do you know that Naawan has 26 waterfalls? 16 of them are accessible on foot.
Here’s a group enjoying the waterfalls.
You can see the development created around the falls.
There’s no stopping the water…
Are you excited to go for an adventure?