I always include this budget so that you would know how much I have spent on my travels because I know for a fact that know matter how cheap you travel, finances are still a big part of traveling.
Without further ado here’s what I spent on our 3-waterfalls, 1-day adventure. We were only 2 persons by the way on this day.
|11 Pesos||Jeepney from Iligan City Proper to NPC||11 pesos/person (one-way)|
|35 Pesos||Entrance fee to NPC Nature’s Park to see Maria Cristina Falls||35 Pesos/person|
|25 Pesos||Vehicle Ride (minimum of 5 persons)||10 Pesos/person|
|175 Pesos||Habal-habal from NPC Nature’s Park to Tinago Falls and Mimbalot Falls||350 Pesos/habal-habal|
|25 Pesos||Life-vest at Tinago Falls||25 Pesos/life-vest|
|25 Pesos||Table rental at Tinago Falls||50 Pesos/table|
|25 Pesos||Use of raft at Tinago Falls + 30 Pesos tip||10 Pesos/person|
|25 Pesos||Staff who took photos of us while we were swimming at Tinago Falls (1 hour)||50 Pesos/staff/hour|
|15 Pesos||Jeepney from Buru-un to Iligan City Proper||15 Pesos/person (one-way)|
We already had food and drinks that we brought from where we were staying for us to lessen the cost for the day.
I hope the above information helps.
Disclosure: My travel to Iligan City was not sponsored. I went there on my own decision and with my own money. Though I did have help on planning my visit there with Lisa Marie of PinayTravelista.com.
Follow my Iligan City Series
- My Top Things to do in Iligan City (Summary)
- 10 Things you should know when traveling to Iligan City (Travel Guide)
- Dodiongan Falls (Must see!)
- Maria Cristina Falls (Must see!)
- Tinago Falls (Must see!)
- Mimbalot Falls
- Pampam Falls and Kalubihon Falls (Must see!)
- Dalipuga Falls
- Centennial Park (Sunset)
- Timoga Cold Springs
- Macaraeg-Macapagal Ancestral House