The next day, we woke up early for our scheduled “tour”. We talked to the caretaker of Villa Bienvenida and managed to rent an van going to Tamaraw falls and two other locations for P2,000. The agreement was, the driver would take us to the market first so we could buy food. He would drive us to the falls and would grill food for us. After that he would take us to two more locations.
It sounded like a good deal, so we took it.
Tamaraw Falls is just one of many in Oriental Mindoro. This one is found along the road and is composed of small waterfalls meeting and cascading in a waterbed which I wasn’t able to see. Because before the waterbed comes a resort at the foot of the falls. It is a welcome change from White Beach’s salty water.
The entrance at the resort is P20 per person. Not bad.
We were still celebrating Ykaie’s 4th birthday here. Come see what we had for lunch, click here.
Ykaie loved the water. To say that she enjoyed her birthday is an understatement. She was very happy, she wanted to extend our stay. She just wished daddy’s here to celebrate with us.