The most popular destination from Badian is the Kawasan Falls, if you are staying right in Kawasan Falls please inform the resort the possible time of your arrival so they can send personnel to meet you at the arrival point. If you are taking a bus please inform the bus helper or the bus driver that you are going to Kawasan Falls, they know the place. Kawasan Falls is a 15 to 30 minutes walk from the national road. Note: As with all tourist attractions there will be pests offering a guide service which is totally not needed and they just irritate you anyway then ask for cash.
Kawasan Falls is a must see attraction while you’re in town, it’s a three-layered waterfall system located at Barangay Matutinao. The water is fresh and crystal clear. The magical landscape of Kawasan Falls is very cool and refreshing, an ideal paradise to anyone who loves and want to get intimate with nature. Enjoy the cold swim in the fresh, crystal clear spring water of Kawasan Falls.
Kawasan Falls is the most popular tourist destination in the town. It is well visited by both foreign and local tourists. Kawasan Falls is a three-tiered cascade of crystal clear waterfalls. It is the highlight of Barangay Matutinao located in the municipal of Badian. The waterfalls makes up the Matutinao River System, also awarded many times as the cleanest inland body of water in the country. The water coming from the falls is clean and crystal clear.
From Cebu City Kawasan Falls can be reach by bus right at Cebu South Bus Terminal or at Librando Trans Inc. It will take 3 to 4 hours travel to reach Matutinao, a barangay in Badian where Kawasan Falls is located. You need to hike 15 to 30 minutes from the entry point in Barangay Matutinao to Kawasan Falls. The riverbank will lead you to the very heart of Kawasan Falls. Along the way you can view several wild tropical plants, birds etc. Kawasan Falls is surrounded by lush, green rainforest and its magical landscape is truly a magical paradise.
At the highest accessible point of Kawasan Falls, the source can be found. It is called Kabukalan "The Source", the fresh water rushes from a small cave and pours over the stones. Climbing up to Kabukalan needs a bit extra energy because it’s quite far from the second level.
A very cold swim at Kawasan Falls
Getting tired of the approximately two kilometer uphill walk from the entry point? Relax for a while, enjoy the scenery and reward yourself with a very cold swim on fresh crystal clear water from the falls.