Kaytitinga Falls

Along the Dumagat Trail located at Barangay San Isidro, one of the Trio Falls is the Kaytitinga Falls which has been the main source of water of the Dumagat Tribe. Its name came from the word tingga or lead due to its presence in the said falls.

Estimated around 50-feet, the three-tiered falls is situated in a vast natural forest which has been preserved as a natural habitat of the Dumagats. It is rich with biodiversity and fully adorned with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Tourists may enjoy the cold water falls as the beauty of nature mesmerizes their eyes. Currently, some Dumagats still live in the place preserving their culture and acting as its protectors.

Due to the Dumagat Trail being naturally preserved, tourists can visit and enjoy the nature trip going to the Kaytitinga Falls in a 40-minute walk.

THROUGH THE LENS

PLANNING YOUR VISIT?

  • Swimming
  • Nature Photography
  • Sightseeing

For commuters, you may follow these instructions:
📍 From SM City San Jose del Monte, go to Licao-Licao Jeepney Terminal.
📍 Ride the jeepney and drop off at Dumagat SJDM Trail Assistance Desk.
📍 The Dumagat Tour Guide will guide you to the trail up to the Mt. Balagbag Summit.

For motorists, you may access the following address in Google Maps:
📍 Dumagat SJDM Trail Assistance Desk
📍 Purok 6, Barrio Licao Licao, Brgy. San Isidro, City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan

For commuters, you may follow these instructions:
📍 From SM City San Jose del Monte, go to Tungko – San Jose Jeepney Terminal.
📍 Drop off at the jeepney stop which is just exactly across the church.

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Yakal Street Brgy. Minuyan IV, City of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan 3024

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