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Ambon Ambon / Limutan Falls
Town/City:  Bagac
Province:  Bataan
(located in the vicinity of Bagac)
Listed in Gallery:   Waterfalls

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Ambon-ambon and Limutan falls (about 50 meters away from each other) are Located in Brgy. Binukawan Bagac, Bataan. Limutan falls is about 20 meters high and 6 feet deep at the center While Ambon Ambon falls is 60 meters high.

You can reach it about 2-3 hours of trekking. Approximately 9 kilometers from highway. But the view is fascinating and the ice-cold water are refreshing. Lets protect and promote Limutan and Ambon-ambon falls...Hidden beauty of Bataan....

How to get there
From Pasay Rotonda you can ride a bus going to Balanga Bataan (Genesis Bus Transit. Approximately 2-3 hours of traveling you will reach Balanga Terminal. From there you can ride a jeep route to Brgy. Binucawan Bagac, Bataan. About more or less 30 minutes traveling, just ask the driver to take you to the Brgy. Hall. You need to register first and ask for some local guide that will bring you to Limutan falls and Ambon-ambon Falls. You have two options either by trekking or by renting a 4x4 mountain buggy jeep.

From Binukawan highway it will take 2-3 hours of trekking before reaching Limutan Falls. Approximately 9 kilometers distance. From there you can view the China sea, Mt. Tarak, Pantingan Peak, Mt. Natib. and Manila Bay.


TIPS:

You should wear protective gear, sun visor, warmer during summer season due to the scorching sunlight. And you will need 2 liters of trail water during trekking. Bring pack lunch is also advisable. And when you reach the Limutan and Ambon-ambon falls the prize is very much rewarding. The view is fascinating and majestic. The ice-cold running water is very much refreshing.

Waypoint narrative by: Levy_Umandap 2009