The Apyas Waterfalls is located in Barangay Wawa of Occidental Mindoro, Philippines. (Height 4.57m, Depth 1.22m, 1.83m top to water surface)
It is a frequent hang-out among the local residents because of its proximity to Poblacion. A few chips & nibblers would come on handy & I’m very sure you can enjoy the whole place anytime of the day paying only Php 10.00 for the maintenance of the place.
What I’ll never forget is the fun & laughter we’ve shared on our way to this wonderful place. For me the trekking and climbing is much more enjoyable with a very light pack and in trainers (if applicable), that at least allows me to take two lomo cameras without needing a herd of “yaks” to carry all of them! But as usual, I always have with me my favorite cameras which I guess is probably most of it. Well, I don’t mind having a hard time trekking as long as I have taken good shots and memories. I’m really glad my footsteps have reached one breathtaking waterfall, The Apyas Falls.
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