Situated more than an hour away from the national highway, Cagnituan is an underrated beauty deserves to be discovered and experienced. Hidden on the mountains, this wonder offers an awesome falls and a cave locally called as Guinsohotan Cave. The falls was refreshing and cold flowing from the mouth of the majestic cave.
Long before the 15th of June, which was my 20th born day, it has always been my plan to go there. Hearing few testaments of tourists both local and foreign who experienced the beauty, they always say, “It was all worth it.”
Going there will really cost a lot. I accept that. It will cost an amount of money (P200 rundtrip of the “habal-habal”), an amount of patience upon riding it in a butt-enduring, bumpy 2-hour ride. Nonetheless, I was in no doubt, will puruse the visit there by the 15th. So here’s what happened.
“Ang lamig ng falls parang ayoko ng lumangoy. Pero shet pinaghirapan ko ang falls nato. Umabot kami ng one hour sa byahe tapos susuko ako sa puntong to?”
“Bes, pramis. worth it ang falls.”
“Sana ganito kadali ang buhay. Sana ganito ka presko palagi. Haaays.”
Jovir, Arizza and James accompoanied me that day and they are awesome-est humans you can be with. Thank you guys. Cheers to more daring adventures soon!
Credits to certain photos taken by Arizza! 🙂