From Mt. Samat, we asked the locals about Dunsulan Falls. We were told that it would take us about 15 to 20 minutes going to the falls. We then proceeded to the road as instructed, but after only about fives minutes on the way, we saw a sign pointing to Dunsulan Falls. We concluded that the 20-minute travel probably is estimated going to Dunsulan Falls on foot. The road going to Dunsulan is quite narrow where you need to give way or a full stop if there's a vehicle coming on the other side.
A caretaker met us at the entrance and told us that the water is not ideal to swim.
This is what I love traveling on Monday. There are no tourists inside. The caretaker told us that during peak of summer, families and travelers flocked to this place for vacation.
We did not swim so we just took more photos inside.
At the peak of summer, the place is a favorite picnic area and others who included the falls as side trip from their visit to Mt. Samat.
Tourists could do other activities like ziplining and horseback riding. I also spotted a sign of firing range nearby. Taking a zipline to a length of 540 meters, the longest zipline in Luzon that will give you an enjoyable trip with the mountain view from Mt. Samat to Dunsulan Falls.
It was a quick visit to Dunsulan Falls. We just took some photos around the picnic area and went straight to Pawikan. See my next post.
Dunsulan falls is located at Barangay Liyang, Pilar Bataan.
Entrance fee is P50 for adult and 20 for kid.
The cost for a zipline ride is P350 per person.
Hi sis. Thanks for the post, Pilar is my Mother's hometown and haven't heard about this. Probably our next visit to Pilar, then Dunsulan is our next play area. :)ReplyDelete
Looks like a long drive but the view of the falls is worth it.ReplyDelete
ang dami mo nmang pinuntahan!! sarap naman dyan!!!ReplyDelete