35 Best Waterfalls in DRT Bulacan To Visit

DoΓ±a Remedios Trinidad (DRT) is blessed to have plenty of amazing waterfalls tourists can visit. There are still plenty of unexplored areas in DRT which may have hidden waterfalls and caves. Each waterfall is uniquely beautiful and really worth the trek. Best to plan your trip before heading to DRT as these waterfalls’ location is usually far away from each other. Waterfall-hopping is possible depending on your fitness level and hiking experience.

Most of the waterfalls require you to hire a Tour Guide (TG) to assist you in your adventure. Be prepared to hike through the Sierra Madre forest and expect to get wet, especially when crossing one or more rivers in between. We suggest checking out the Facebook pages of the DRT Bulacan Netizen group and DRT Tourism for more insights on what to expect on visiting the waterfalls and other tourist destinations.

DoΓ±a Remedios Trinidad (DRT) is a far-flung mountainous area in Bulacan where nature lovers and adventure seekers frequently visit. You can find several nature reserves, view decks, waterfalls, caves, batis or spring, adventure trails, and other tourist spots here. Expect zigzag, uphill, downhill, paved, and unpaved roads along the way.

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Where to begin? It is best to visit DRT waterfalls and other tourist spots from November to early June or before the typhoon season hits. Here’s our list of the 31 best waterfalls in DRT Bulacan.

35 Best Waterfalls in DRT Bulacan

WaterfallLocationRemarks
Tumutulo FallsBrgy. BayabasπŸ“Œ Waze your way to Bayabas Barangay Hall, then ask locals how to find Sitio Silid, where the Tumutulo falls registration area is located.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide (TG) is Required. The rate is 300 for a group of 5. The parking fee varies from 30-50 Pesos depending on your vehicle plus a per head entrance fee of 10 Pesos. Children below 10 years old are free.
πŸ“Œ 10-15 minutes walk from the parkingβ€”light to moderate hike.
πŸ“Œ The trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Puning Cave and Batong Palaka rock formations are near. About a 20-25 minutes hike from Tumutulo Falls.
πŸ“Œ Sari-sari store is available. They even serve lunch but must be prearranged with your TG.
πŸ“Œ Cottages are available. Rent is P250
Bilog na Layon FallsBrgy. KabayunanπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ Moderate hike and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
Virgin FallsBrgy. KabayunanπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ Moderate to hard hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Expect to walk through shallow streams and densely forested areas.
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
πŸ“Œ According to tour guides, this waterfalls is near Tungtong Falls. About 20-40 minutes hike upstream.
Tungtong FallsBrgy. KabayunanπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ Moderate to hard hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Expect to walk through shallow streams and densely forested areas.
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
Daan Kareta FallsBrgy. CamachileπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ Moderate to hard hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Expect to walk through shallow streams and densely forested areas.
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
πŸ“Œ According to tour guides, Daan Kareta Falls is near Mandala Falls.
πŸ“Œ The entrance fee is 30 per head. Cottage rent is 300, and overnight camping is not allowed as of the moment.
Malangaan FallsBrgy. CamachileπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ Moderate to hard hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Expect to walk through shallow streams and densely forested areas.
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
Mandala FallsBrgy. CamachileπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ Moderate to hard hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Expect to walk through shallow streams and densely forested areas.
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
πŸ“Œ According to tour guides, Mandala Falls is near Daan Kareta Falls.
πŸ“Œ The entrance fee is 30 per head. Cottage rent is 300, and overnight camping is not allowed as of the moment.
Secret Falls ResortBrgy. CamachileπŸ“Œ From the parking or registration area, prepare to trek through the trail for roughly 15 minutes, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Entrance fee is 50 per head, including Tour Guide. Cottage rent varies from 150 to 350 Pesos.
Buklaw FallsBrgy. Sapang Bulac (Sapang Bulak)πŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
Sagrada FallsBrgy. Sapang Bulac (Sapang Bulak)πŸ“Œ No entrance fee
πŸ“Œ Tourist guide fee (Php 500.00) per 5 pax.
⏱ 2 hours of trekking.
πŸ“Œ Camping is allowed, but please bring your own tents.
Infinity FallsBrgy. Sapang Bulac (Sapang Bulak)πŸ“Œ No entrance fee
πŸ“Œ Tourist guide fee (Php 500.00) per 5 pax.
⏱ 2 hours of trekking.
πŸ“Œ Camping is allowed, but please bring your own tents.
Daang Gerilya FallsBrgy. Sapang Bulac (Sapang Bulak)πŸ“Œ No entrance fee
πŸ“Œ Tourist guide fee (Php 400.00) per 10 pax.
⏱ 30-45mins of trekking.
πŸ“Œ Camping is allowed, but please bring your own tents.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Parungao
13 FallsBrgy. Camachin⏱ Depending on your stamina, prepare yourself to trek for an hour and a half to two hours (one way) to reach the 13th falls.
πŸ“Œ This is a pure trekking adventure from the registration/parking area.
πŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Expect to walk through shallow streams and densely forested areas.
πŸ“Œ Tour Guide (TG) is required. The usual rate is 500 for a group of 5.
Adarna FallsBrgy. CamachinπŸ“Œ This is part of the 13 falls adventure, as this is the 7th waterfall you will pass by.
πŸ“Œ This is a favorite spot among adventurers.
πŸ“Œ Some people would stop here, swim, and enjoy the view instead of finishing the remaining six more falls of the 13 falls.
Hidden Twin FallsBrgy. CamachinπŸ“Œ Beautiful waterfalls
πŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging hike, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Tour Guide (TG) is required. The usual rate is 300 for a group of 5.
Verdivia FallsBrgy. TalbakπŸ“Œ Highly recommended waterfall to visit
πŸ“Œ Easy to Moderate trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail from 30 minutes to an hour, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ The entrance fee is only 40 pesos per head. If you plan to swim, whether you are a good swimmer or not, we recommend renting a life jacket for safety.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 300 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ Cottages are also available for rent at around 350 pesos.
Nilubugan FallsBrgy. TalbakπŸ“Œ Easy to Moderate trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for just 10 minutes from the parking.
πŸ“Œ This is located along Nilubugan River and Cave in Mt. Nilubugan
πŸ“Œ The entrance fee is only 50 pesos per head.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually P200 for 5 persons
πŸ“Œ Parking Fee:
Motorcycle – P20
Tricycle – P30
4 Wheels – P40
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Garlang.
Alulod Mother FallsBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail from an hour and a half to three hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 500 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ Entry or jumpoff point is either in Sitio Calumpit (way to Zamora falls) or Sitio Litlit (Talon Pari Falls).
Bucala Falls (Sumakbaw Falls / Talon Bucala)Brgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for an hour and a half, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Dumagat Tribe area
πŸ“Œ Expect to walk through shallow streams and densely forested areas.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 450 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Maugat.
Corona FallsBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for six hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Talamsi Uno.
Dumagat Falls
(Kabalat Falls)
Brgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
πŸ“Œ Dumagat Tribe area
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for three to 4 hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Kamatis. 
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 800 pesos for a group of 5.
Sakbod FallsBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Sakbod Falls and Sumusulak Falls are relatively in the same area. You need to trek for less than 20 minutes to reach the other.
πŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly two hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Dumagat Tribe area
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 450 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Cabiao.
Sumusulak FallsBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly two hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Dumagat Tribe area
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 450 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Cabiao.
Maugat Falls (Mamilit Falls)Brgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly two hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 500 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Maugat.
Eva Falls
(Talon ni Eva)
Brgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Biggest waterfalls in DRT
πŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly two hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Kamatis. 
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 500 pesos for a group of 5.
Kawit FallsBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ 4×4 vehicles, motorcycles, or mountain bike is your best friend going there
πŸ“Œ It is best to hire a tour guide with a 4×4 shuttle to pick you up and your crew, but it is optional.
Gutierrez Falls (Talon Banayad)Brgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Limited information available
πŸ“Œ Hard to reach the area because of road conditions and terrain.
πŸ“Œ This waterfall is at the foot of Mt. Corona and near Corona Falls.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Talamsi Uno.
Panlusuyan FallsBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Moderate to challenging trek, and the trail is a bit slippery, especially during the rainy season.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly three hours, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 800 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Kamatis. 
Talon Pari FallsBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ There’s a time limit of 3 hours per group. You need to pay extra for an extension.
⏱ From the parking or registration area, prepare to trek through the trail for roughly 20 minutes, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Entrance fee is 40 pesos per head.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 500 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ Entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Litlit.
Talon KawaliBrgy. Kalawakan⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly 20 minutes, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Entrance fee is 30 pesos per head.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 300 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Kamatis. 
Talon ni LukabBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Talon ni Lukab and Talon ni Pedro are in the same area. You need to trek for less than 20 minutes to reach the other.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly 30 minutes, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Entrance fee is 30 pesos per head.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 300 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Talamsi.
Talon ni PedroBrgy. KalawakanπŸ“Œ Talon ni Lukab and Talon ni Pedro are in the same area. You need to trek for less than 20 minutes to reach the other.
⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly 30 minutes, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Entrance fee is 30 pesos per head.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 300 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Talamsi.
Zamora FallsBrgy. Kalawakan⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly 30 minutes, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 300 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Calumpit.
Bangka Bangka FallsBrgy. Kalawakan⏱ Bangka-bangkaan Falls is close to Kotse-kotsehan Falls. You need to trek for less than 20 minutes to reach the other.
πŸ“Œ Dumagat Tribe area
πŸ“Œ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly an hour and a half, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Entrance fee is 40 pesos per head.
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 450 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Calumpit.
Kotse-kotsehan FallsBrgy. Kalawakan⏱ Prepare to trek through the trail for roughly an hour, depending on your condition.
πŸ“Œ Dumagat Tribe area
πŸ“Œ A tour guide is required. The rate is usually 450 pesos for a group of 5.
πŸ“Œ The entry or jumpoff point is at Sitio Cabiao.

There are still plenty of undiscovered waterfalls in DRT. We will make sure to update this list as often as we can. Going and spending time outdoors is really relaxing and quite therapeutic. According to experts, spending time outdoors, especially in green spaces, is one of the fastest ways to improve your health and happiness. It’s been shown to lower stress, blood pressure, and heart rate while encouraging physical activity and buoying mood and mental health.

As we have said before, there is still a lot to improve in the tourism sector of DRT, but the potential is huge. Please allow us to point out a few like adequate clean comfort rooms, emergency facilities, trash bins, proper signage, tour guide cooperative, regulated and unregulated fees. We hope that the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Local Government Unit (LGU) of DoΓ±a Remedios Trinidad (DRT) will take a look at this and take corrective actions.

Again, for us visitors, we need to be mindful of our surroundings and the environment. Let us remember the Mountaineer’s Creed, which says, β€œLeave nothing but footprints. Kill nothing but time. Take nothing but pictures.” This means we need to clean up our waste and dispose of trash properly (Clean As You Go). We should refrain from killing wild animals, picking flowers and plants to protect the Sierra Madre mountain range.

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