Aliwagwag

Davao Oriental Hidden Treasure

Amongst the Philippine Archipelago, there were just about few of the marvelous tourist spots I love to go and conquer.   I think this one is amazing scenic spot I would recommend to those who want to explore.  Introducing, the Aliwagwag Waterfalls in Davao Oriental.

The Aliwagwag waterfalls has over 100 layers of cascading waterfalls that is located in Barangay Aliwagwag, Cateel, Davao Oriental.   Driving from the city it will take 3 to 4 hours before you get to the place.

In booking a trip: You can book thru airline such as cebupacific, Philippine airline.

But you can also go by land and sea using the (RORO). If you want to bring your own car, you can load your car into container ship but it cost 18K.  It will take you 18hours. You can go to nearest port terminal. You can also find below other way to get there:

Option A
-Load your vehicle as a rolling cargo. You may go with the ship. Or you could just get the vehicle at the Davao wharf.
-This is the less taxing and less tiring option. Probably cheaper too.

Option B
-Drive your vehicle all the way to Davao.

2 routes:
B1 -via the Western nautical highway
Drive to Sorsogon. Ferry to Allen, Samar. Drive all the way to Liloan, Leyte (passing through San Juanico Bridge along the way). Ferry to Surigao City. Finally, drive to Davao City via Caraga Region.

B2- via Eastern nautical highway
Drive to Batangas City. Ferry to Mindoro. Drive to Roxas, Oriental Mindoro. Take a ferry to Caticlan. Drive to Iloilo City. Take ferry to Bacolod. Drive all the way to Dumaguete City. Take ferry to Dipolog City, Zamboanga del Norte. Drive all the way to Davao via Ozamiz, Iligan, Cagayan de Oro and Bukidnon through Buda. *1

Aliwagwag Falls
Aliwagwag Water Falls which has over 100 layers of cascading waterfalls. Photo by@bekithexplorer

Schedule Itinerary:   The best experience is not to schedule anything and ride on what is available during the day. Its a lot of fun.  But to those who are geeky and needs a lot of proper tagging on their schedule you can list down the placed you want to go then check the available sources you may have.

Aliwagwag

Photo by @bekitheexplorerblog

Guide to Best Hotels:  There are various affordable hotels you can find in Davao, Red Planet, Sumo Asia Hotels, Pinnacle Hotel.

 

 

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