The majestic Tinuy-an Falls of Barangay Borboanan, Bislig City is locally dubbed as the 'Niagara Falls of the Phillippines'. This three-tiered waterfall is considered the widest in the country, being 95 meters wide and towering 55 meters. It's probably one of the grandest falls in the country that's why its also considered as one of CARAGA's most popular tourist destination.
I was just amazed with beauty and grandeur so I took a couple of minutes to let it sink within me. It was one of the most picturesque waterfalls I have ever seen up to this date. Its height, wide berth and raging water reminded me of a very powerful and strict father figure. I decided to take a couple of pictures when it started raining again! - http://www.thechroniclesofmariane.com/2014/01/tinuy-falls-pride-of-bislig-surigao-del.html
Safely tucked away in the outskirts of Bislig City, Surigao del Sur, is one of Philippines’ most prized gem. This crown jewel entails a majestic three-tiered waterfall that will leave you wondering why you haven’t thought of being here years back.
Similar to other exotic destinations in the world, this spot is well tucked away in a remote place called Burboanan Village which is just an hour ride from Bislig City’s commercial center. The surrounding area is equally stunning, consisting of lush forest hills with a plethora of exotic flora and fauna to complement it.
Tinuy-an Falls is often referred to as the little “Niagara Falls of the Philippines” because of its 95-meter width and 55-meter plunge making it the widest waterfall in the Philippines. It has three levels of curtain-like cascading waters and a fourth tier hidden from view. The second level being the tallest of the three is where tourists swim and explore. There are bamboo rafts available for rent which cost 100 to 150 pesos each that will get you close to the cascading waters. Also, expect to catch a glimpse of the beautiful rainbow in proximity between 9:00 a.m and 11:00 a.m. - http://www.islandsofthephilippines.com/2016/02/the-niagara-falls-of-the-philippines-tinuy-an-falls-of-surigao-del-sur/