Pangasinan Falls: 10 Amazing Falls in Pangasinan

Last updated on February 27th, 2021 at 02:10 am

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Pangasinan isn’t one of the most touristic places in Luzon Province, the Philippines. It’s popular for the beaches but today we will write about Pangasinan Falls. Top 10 Falls in Pangasinan if you like adventure apart from relaxing in the beach.

Most of the visitors are coming to Pangasinan in their short getaway from Manila. We already wrote our favorite Pangasinan tourist spots aside from Hundred Islands.

Read here beach resorts in Pangasinan and Beaches in Pangasinan!


Pangasinan enjoys two kinds of seasons, the dry season from November to April and the wet season from May to October. It is recommended that travelers visit during dry season, especially from December to February when temperatures are much cooler and touring will most likely not be interrupted by rains and will not be really hot going around.

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Pangasinan Falls

Pangasinan falls is an alternative to the relaxing time in the beaches in Bolinao. The best way to reach these falls in Pangasinan is renting a motorbike to move around.

If not you can ride jeepneys plus tricycle. Some of these waterfalls will require to hike 30-40 minutes. All of them are beautiful and will allow you to swim and refresh.

Most of these Pangasinan Falls have no entrance fee or small as 20-30 PHP and some of them will be great if you hire a guide to find them!


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Bolinao Falls are the most popular falls in Pangasinan. It has three falls you could choose from. The first one, Bolinao Falls 1 has the tallest height while Bolinao 3 is the shallowest. Lastly, Bolinao 2 is the best for enjoying the falls without compromising your swim. Kids can swim there too. Also, the water is cold and enjoyable.

Read here how to get from Manila to Bolinao and Bolinao Beach Resorts!


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Antong Falls is located in Sison, Pangasinan. Antong Falls have been a popular stopover of tourists bound to Baguio. However, Antong Falls isn’t just a stopover. It is a multi-layered waterfall with turquoise natural pools hidden from the beaten path.

To go here from Sison, you must ride a tricycle bound to Barangay Inmalog for 60 PHP per person. From there, you’ll start trekking for 30 min – 60 min. The entrance fee is only 10 PHP per person.


Busay Falls

Busay Falls is also known as “Spring of Love” and located in Sitio Olanen, Dacap Sur, Bani Pangasinan. One of the crowd favorite Pangasinan Tourist Spots is Busay Falls, which is a beautiful 40-foot waterfall newly introduced to tourists.

To get to Busay Falls ride a bus bound to Bolinao, Pangasinan and drop off at Tiep Elementary School. From there ride a tricycle going to the foot of Busay Falls. Climbing up the easily trekkable stairs will only take about 30 mins. 

Read here Bolinao tourist spots

4. Tinakayanan Falls

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Tinakayanan Falls is located in Labrador City in Pangasinan. You will have to srive 30 minutes uphill to Kadampat and you will reach Tinakayanan Falls after a short trekking. There are a few levels and there is no entrance fee at Tinakayanan Falls.

5. Pinsan Falls

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Pinsan Falls is located at Agpay, San Nicolas in Pangasinan. To get to Pinsan Falls from Dagupan City you have to ride a bus to Urdaneta City. Once in Urdaneta City you have to take a van going to Tayug.

Once in Tayug you will have to ride a tricycle going to San Nicolas. Once in San Nicolas you will have to ride another tricycle to Pinsan Falls. There is a 2 hour hike going to Pinsan Falls and you will enjoy the nature passing by beautiful rice fields.

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6. Mapita Falls

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Mapita Falls is located at Sitio Mapita Aguilar Pangasinan close to Zambales. You will have to ride uphil 20-30 minutes to the summit to get 360 views of Aguilar town.

After this you just hike to Mapita Falls and refresh yourself. There is no entrance fee to visit Mapita Falls.

7. Timangguyob Falls

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Timangguyob Falls is located in Dueg Barangay Maasin in San Clemente. Timangguyob Falls is 50 meters high and you will have to do a trekking for two hours to reach there. If you like trekking you will enjoy this falls in Pangasinan.

8. Imugan Falls

Imugan Falls is located in Imugan Barangay, Sante Fe. It will require to hike around 30 minutes to reach these clear waters and enjoy swimming. It’s perfect to visit if you are heading to Nueva Vizcaya.

9. Maranum Falls

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Maranum Falls is located in Natividad. You will have to do a 20 minutes trekking to reach Maranum Falls. You can enjoy a swim with locals around and there is no entrance fee at Maranum Falls.

10. Sawang Falls

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Sawang Falls is located in Villacorta Barangay in Mabini. They aren’t very high falls on this list in Pangasinan. But they are perfect for refreshing and swimming.

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Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. Now based in the Philippines!

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