This is the easiest to write but my most difficult experience in our SoCCSKSarGen Tour. We went to Daday Falls in North Cotabato as Asik-Asik Falls was closed to the public.
We left at 4:00 AM from our homestay in Cotabato City (part of Maguindanao del Norte) as land travel going to Daday Falls took us more than 2 hours including a short stopover for breakfast in the town of Alamada.
From the jump off, we took a short but bumpy ride to go to the top of the waterfalls.
All of us were still smiling widely in this photo not knowing the challenge we would face in going to Daday Falls.
No pain, no gain
Going to Daday Falls was not easy! Since the way going to the falls was muddy and steep, we knew that this was tough.
True enough, it was not an easy trek.
I would leave it up to you should you wish to visit the place but these are some of the photos from our visit.
The Magnificent Daday Falls
After nearly an hour of walking, crawling and slipping from the mud, we finally reached the bottom and saw the beautiful Daday Falls.
If you will go with your child or children, make sure that they can walk, crawl, climb in the mud. There are stairs in some parts going to/out of the waterfalls but it is a bit steep. Wearing trekking shoes or sandals like Tribu will help a lot as they give traction in your steps.
An unsolicited advice but might help: the steel view deck in the waterfalls is not necessary. Better remove them as it ruins the scene.
It was a fun experience!
It is always fun to go in adventure with your friends and Daday Falls was one of the highlights of our SoCCSKSarGen Tour that I will not forget in my life.
Next chapter is South Cotabato.