North Cotabato: Asik-Asik Falls


       At long last, I was able to visit Asik asik falls after months of longing to visit it. Asik  asik falls is near our place and it is specifically located at Brgy. Dulao, Alamada, North Cotabato. It was a newly discovered tourist attraction and was only brought to my attention on the month of May. 
     To be able to reach this place, the nearest airport is Awang Airport of Cotabato City which is one hour and forty-five minute flight from Manila. From Cotabato City to this place would take two hours ride. If you want to travel by land, Libungan to Davao would take three to six hours ride and from Libungan to Brgy. Dulao would take thirty minutes to reach this place. In order to reach the vicinity of the falls you must walk these steep slope which is around five hundred cemented steps.


       I know that whatever you will encounter while walking on the steps above, I am sure it is all worth it with the amazing beauty of Asik Asik falls that awaits you. Pictures below are some of the glimpse of it. 




       As always, don't forget to take a lot of pictures of it and have a picture of yourself with Asik Asik falls as you're background as a remembrance. Hope you will enjoy your visit here the same way as I do. Till the next travel!!!
   


Comments

  1. wow...want to visit this place too

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  2. finally, we were waiting for a blog that could say that the road going there is already passable and convenient and to enjoy the view of asik-asik falls.. Now time to plan..and go trekking there.

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    1. hi.. thanks for dropping by. The road is passable but the last bridge that you will pass by was not yet repaired and only a single motorcycle could pass on the hanging bridge. If you will bring along a vehicle with you make sure that it could be able to cross the shallow river. Also, it is better to go there when it is not rainy season so that the road would not be muddy and slippery.

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  3. Hello reina, thank you for these info, what i would like to ask is that, from the last bridge where only a single motor can pass, is it possible we can hike from that point to the waterfalls?, can you please make an estimate how many meters would we have to walk?, or such road from there is just too far for a hike.. I would really appreciate if you can give us this info as my group is planning to visit asik-asik come October.. Thank You. BTW great photos u have..

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    1. hi.. regarding your queries, the distance from asik2 falls to the last bridge is too far for hiking. It was the bridge you would pass by before reaching Brgy. Dado, a famous barangay before barangay Dulao. I think a pick up type of vehicle could be able to pass the river. If you want to commute, there is a double tire passenger jeepney from Midsayap or Libungan with a drop point at Bry. Dado and from Brgy. Dado you could hire a habal-habal passenger motorcycle that would bring you to asik2 falls. You could also hire a habal-habal motorcycle from Libungan to Asik2x falls.

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    2. how much is the fee of habal-habal? i hope these drivers are not abusive of fare price...

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  5. This is definitely a great sight. World's beauty at its best :)

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  6. anyone can help me? on how to get there? from midsayap to alamada and from alamada to asik2x falls. thanks.

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    1. hello keneth, from midsayap to alamada there are jeepneys with this route, from alamada to asik2x falls - you could hire a habal-habal motorcycle.

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