Otso-Otso Falls

Located at the Dumagat Trail, Otso-Otso Falls is the nearest among the Trio Falls. Because of the shape of its stream, its name was derived from the Spanish word ocho which means eight.

It is estimated around 10-15 feet high which is also surrounded by a vast amount of trees. Visitors will enjoy some deep waters in the falls as it splashes to its base.

Since, Otso-Otso Falls is considered to be a preserved eco-tourist spot, tourists are expected to observe CLAY Go (Clean As You Go) to preserve its beauty.

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

Tour Guide Fees:

  • Mt. Balagbag Day tour –  Php 350 per Group (Maximum of 5 pax) – 6-hour Tour. 
  • Trio Falls (Burong Falls, Otso-Otso Falls, at Kaytitinga Falls) – Php 350 per Group (Maximum of 5 pax) – 6-hour Tour. 
  • Mt. Balagbag Tour + Falls (Any falls) – Php 500 per Group (Maximum of 5 pax) – 8-hour Tour.
  • Overnight at Mt. Balagbag – Php 750 per Group (Maximum of 5 pax) – 3PM-6AM.

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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For inquiries, you may contact us at (044) 323-7480 or visit our office at
Yakal Street Brgy. Minuyan IV, City of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan 3024

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