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Agusan del Sur - Masapya Falls, another Must-see Attraction at the Bunawan Ecopark




Lolong is not the only attraction in Bunawan Ecopark. As I roamed around the ecopark, I found this waterfalls just a few meters away from Lolong's cage. I went down the steep and slippery trail that leads to this small waterfalls. I saw two levels, the one on the upper portion is just cascading to a stream that leads to the lower portion of the falls.


The main falls looks like a mini Maria Christina Falls, with a stone at the middle that separates the flow of the water.


The water cascades and flows freely into a catch basin ten meter below. There is also a bamboo raft which you can ride to get near the waterfalls. At the time of my visit the area is being developed, probably as a swimming and picnic area for visitors.


I wanted to get a good shot of the falls, unfotunately I can't find the way to the front of the falls. :(


I left the ecopark clueless as to what's the name of this waterfalls is. So I searched for it on the net and I found out that it's called Masapya Falls.


This is another must-see attraction when visiting Bunawan Ecopark. Hopefully when I comeback here, all the amenities and attractions will be fully set-up. This will certainly boost Bunawan's eco-tourism potentials.

Bunawan Ecopark and Wildlife Reservation Center.
Address: Barangay Consuelo, Bunawan Agusan del Sur

How to get there? Click here.



This is part of my solo adventure in Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur last November 17-19, 2011. Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur are the 46th and 47th provinces on my list and this adventure is my 14th solo trip. Join me as I continue my journey to visit all 80 provinces in the Philippines!




Agusan del Norte






Agusan del Sur

Maps By: Wikipedia



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9 comments :

  1. nice falls.. looks untouched and well preserved..

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  2. I've been to Lolong's lair but I missed the waterfalls. I can hear the gushing sound of the water but didn't expore anymore because it was almost closing time when we got there. Good for you to get snapshots of the falls.

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  3. wow, looks exciting. Another place worth visiting, I should put Bunawan Ecopark on my list of Philippines destination.

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  4. wow, looks exciting. Another place worth visiting, I should put Bunawan Ecopark on my list of Philippines destination.

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  5. wow...mukhang ang ganda...i agree with riki...i do hope lang na it will stay the same as i have the chance to visit agusan again..^_^

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  6. yun lang talaga ang hirap sa mga waterfalls, ang dulas!!

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  7. Ang ganda! sana kahit i develop sya for tourists eh nde mawala ung linis nung lugar.

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  8. you should visit Agusan Marsh too :)

    - Drew

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