Sagpulon Falls 🕶

1st sem is finally over and before you go and enroll for the 2nd sem , you need to at least have time for yourself too. Well, my friends and I decided to chill and relax before enrolling for the second sem so we decided to search for the trending places to visit now that it is already seambreak! And speaking of that just weeks earlier there are many people who posted on their social media accounts about this Falls that is perfect for bonding. The falls is called Sagpulon Falls that is located in Barangay San Isidro, Jasaan. 

Before you arrive at the falls you need to cross the hanging bridge. 

That’s me! 🙂

Finally! The Falls! 

Sagpulon Falls

It has a 100 ft. Waterfall drop (well before you dive make sure to climb up the falls, we had a hard time climbing up because the force of the falls is too strong) Well, if you are brave enough then give it a try! 

That’s us up there! And yes we climbed all the way to reach that point.

The water is cold (yes it is cold!). They also have swimming pool for those who are afraid to swim near the falls. (If you have children, then you should stay at the pool.)


Yeah, that’s my friends up there with the swimming pool.
 

For safety purposes, they offer a for rent lifebuoy and a life jacket for those who doesn’t know how to swim. 

⬇️⬇️some photos of me⬇️⬇️


You can also bring your own food and drinks inside, but make sure you won’t leave your trash inside. Let us help each other to make a clean and green environment. Let us also be mindful of our personal belongings. 

Entrance fee : 10 pesos

Cottage : 100 pesos

Tables : 80 pesos

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