Davao Vacation Part 3: Hagimit Falls and Nature Park in Samal Island

Our next stop at our Samal Island Tour was the Hagimit Falls and Nature Park.

 

Entrance to the Hagimit Falls. Photo by Me.

I’ve seen other falls before, but this one’s also nice. Walking around, everything was cool and refreshing.

 

You need to know where to go. Photo by Me.

Everywhere you look, you’ll see greens, grays, and water, water everywhere.

 

Water, water everywhere...And more than a drop to drink! It's all freshwater, that's why! Photo by Me.

I loved stepping into the water and feeling the cool rush against my skin. In the summertime, this is the perfect way to cool down and let the world go by. It’s more enjoyable than the beach, actually.

 

Still water. Photo by Me.

I could stay here the whole day. There are grays, yes, but these are natural stones—way better than my concrete jungle in the crazy city of Manila!

 

A rush of cool water. Photo by Me.

I actually envy the kids who just jumped into the water without fear. They looked like they were having so much fun. I just did some wading on the shallower parts, though. I didn’t bring a change of clothes, anyway. =)

Up next: Eagles in Davao City!

 

 

 

 

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