This was the same question I’m seeking answer together with friends lately. We were informed by another friend that we can ride a habal-habal [motorcycle], but since it’s kinda risky, we tried to find an alternative.
AND, WE FAILED…
When we checked out of the Kaputian Resort, the only option that we have was habal-habal. Since it’s already past 8 a.m., and the two ferries going to Sta. Ana Wharf had left, we decided to follow the itinerary.
THE HABAL-HABAL EXPERIENCE
No helmet! 😭Just to set proper expectation, only drivers wear it and they do not provide to passengers. That’s the first thing I noticed.
A habal-habal can accommodate a maximum of two passengers. The fare from Kaputian Beach to Hagimit Falls as of writing is PHP160.00 [good for two riders]. A single passenger will pay the same amount.
The ride from Kaputian Beach to Hagimit Falls is a zigzaggy one. It reminds me of the roads in Phuket, Thailand.
Despite the risk, I enjoyed the 30-minute ride and the view. Two-thumbs up!