Tumalog Falls Oslob in an up and coming waterfall in Cebu and definitely worth a visit if you’re in town. Here’s all the info for visiting.
How To Get To Tumalog Falls Oslob
Tumalog Falls is located on the South East coast of Cebu Island. It’s around a 20 minute drive from Oslob town.
The best way to get around South Cebu is to rent scooters for around 400 Pesos per day and explore. The roads are mainly straight and well maintained.
If you’re not confident on scooters there are always locals hanging around on trikes, just make sure to barter the price for a ride.
We rented scooters from Oslob and ventured round stopping first at Aguinid Falls before coming back around to Tumalog Falls.
For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.
One of the more popular tours is the Private Whale Shark Tour & Tumalog Falls Option.
Tumalog Falls Entrance Fee
Entrance: 20 Pesos
It’s a 500 metre walk down from car park, along an easy flat road.
On way the way back up there is an option to catch a lift with a driver back to the car park for 30 Pesos.
Tumalog Falls Opening Times
Daily: 6am – 5pm.
Just be sure to check the weather conditions as it was super dry when we visited in January.
What To Expect At Tumalog Falls Oslob
The first thing we have to stress is to make sure to check with your accommodation how much rain fall they’ve had recently. As when we visited they had just suffered a major drought and the waterfall was a little underwhelming.
We only had one day in Oslob before we had to catch our flight out of the Philippines though, so we decided to venture over to Tumalog Falls and Aguinid Falls anyway.
Tumalog Falls is a huge cascading waterfall, with a turquoise pool at the feet of the falls for swimming in. The sheer size of Tumalog Falls is incredible, and the many paths of water make it a beautiful spot to relax in.
There’s a snack shop at the top of the car park and toilets at the base of the falls, so it’s easy to stock up and head down for a swim at this recently discovered waterfall.
Tumalog Falls Oslob was only found in 2012, so is fairly new to tourism, although the locals there couldn’t have been friendlier.
Just a short walk from the entrance will lead you to this secluded spot in the Philippines jungle. We just hope your visit brings more water than ours did.
Where To Stay In Oslob
Luxury – Down South 118 Beach Resort
Offering a barbecue and sun terrace, Down South 118 Beach Resort is situated in Oslob.
Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free WiFi is available in the restaurant and free private parking is available.
Certain rooms come with a terrace or balcony. The rooms have a private bathroom equipped with a bath. A flat-screen TV with satellite channels is available.
The area is popular for snorkelling and diving. Dumaguete is 15.5 miles from Down South 118 Beach Resort, while Moalboal is 29.8 miles away.
The nearest airport is Dumaguete Airport, 14.3 miles from Down South 118 Beach Resort.
Mid-Budget – Island Front / Bangcogon Resort and Restaurant
Situated in Oslob, within 1.6 miles of Sumilon Island Sand Bar Beach and 1.8 miles of Mainit Port Beach, Island Front / Bangcogon Resort and Restaurant features accommodation with a restaurant and free WiFi as well as free private parking for guests who drive.
Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The guest house the rooms include a private bathroom.
The tour desk is available to assist guests in planning their days out.
Budget – Guilly’s Place
Offering free WiFi, Guilly’s Place is set in Oslob. Boasting room service, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace.
There is a restaurant serving local cuisine, and free private parking is available.
Dumaguete is 21.1 miles from the inn, while Alcoy is 14.9 miles from the property.
The nearest airport is Dumaguete, 19.9 miles from Guilly’s Place, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
For more places to stay in Oslob, you can check the latest prices on Booking.com.
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