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Everything You Need To Know About Tinakayanan Falls in Labrador Pangasinan (2022)

Tinakayanan Falls in Pangasinan is located in Sitio Kadamapat Barangay Bolo in the town of Labrador. It is one of the top tourist spot in Labrador aside from the tallest mountain — Mt San Isidro Traval Guide. Moreover, Tinakayanan Falls can be achieved in approximately 30 minutes hike.

Furthermore, Tinakayanan Falls has no entrance fee. This being said, please be reminded to be a responsible traveler at all times. Take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints. No trashes please! Keep our mother nature safe by bringing home your garbage with you.

tinakayanan falls drone shot
(C) Milo D’Explorer

How To Get To Tinakayanan Falls From Manila

Go to Cubao terminal and take a bus bound for Alaminos or Bolinao. Advise the driver to drop you to the intersection in Magsaysay going to Bolo and Labrador. From here, tricycles are available for hire that can take you to Sitio Kadampat. Or you can tell the tricycle driver to take you the jump-off point going to Mt San Isidro or Tinakayanan Falls.

Same as coming from Dagupan City, take any public transportation bound to Alaminos and Bolinao then drop off at Magsaysay intersection.

tinakayanan falls in labrador pangasinan drone shot
(C) Milo D’ Explorer

Dalingdaling Campsite

There is also kubo for rent with swimming pool near Tinakayanan Falls which is approximately 20 minutes hike from the jump-off point. And from Dalingdaling Camp to Tinakayanan Falls is another 15 minutes hike.

Dalingdaling Camp offers cottages, safe parking, videoke and for sale food and drinks. You may contact Dalingdaling Camp through SMS at 09479975195 – Kuya Joey. They also accept event gatherings here which is best for nature-lovers and campers alike. One of my friend hosted a Camp Party here last month.

(C) Nats Jovero

Tinakayanan Falls Campsite

Another option for overnight is the public campsite. This campsite is accessible by tourists and its proximity is closer compared to Dalingdaling Camp. In about 2-3 minutes you’ll reach the falls.

Here you can pitch your tent and/or hammock and do campfires at night too. Heads up! There are lots of mosquitos and forest mites here so better bring your mosquito repellant and keep comfy outfits for the night.

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