Waterfalls have a special place in this blog. I seek them out whenever I can. Here are some of my most favorite waterfalls:

Waterfalls of Mt. Romelo (Siniloan, Laguna) never fail to amaze me. Such a great collection of waterfalls in just one location. From the campsite, you'll be able to trek to three: Buruwisan, Lansones, and Batya-Batya within a few minutes.

Check out the falls of Mt. Romelo here.
This twin cascade of Balagbag Falls in Real, Quezon is a sight to behold. This is always a great falls to visit, especially on the rainy season. 

More photos of this beautiful cascade here.
If you like shooting waterfalls, then Lake Sebu in South Cotabato is the place for you! They have countless waterfalls there (the most famous of which are the 7 Waterfalls). The photo on the left is Hikong Alu (1st Falls).

Check out more of Lake Sebu and its waterfalls here.
Buntot Palos Falls (aka Hidden Falls) in Pangil, Laguna is favorite spot for mountaineers because of the huge falls (still raging even when its drought) and its vertical walls that are great for rappelling. Its quite accessible - just a 2 hour hike from the trail head (or maybe a little bit longer if the trail is muddy).

More photos here.
Kaangrian Falls CascadesKaangrian Falls This one's worth the 10-hour bus ride to Burgos in Ilocos Norte. Its wide configuration and countless mini-cascades will leave you breathless.

More photos here
Anuplig Falls DownstreamAdams in Ilocos Norte is one of those places blessed with gorgeous waterfalls, all within hiking distance from the town. The most popular of the falls there is Anuplig, but there are countless more.

See some of the waterfalls of Adams here
Imugan Falls 2If you want a waterfall with an easy and scenic trek, the Imugan falls is for you. Located more than 900 meters above sea in a sleepy village of Imugan, this waterfall will leave you breathless with its beautiful cascades

Check out the Imugan falls here.
Tinuy-an RockDown south in Mindanao in the small logging town of Bislig (Surigao del Sur) is a 95 meter wide falls, with 3 major layers. Its name means "to visit with intent" in the local dialect. It used to be quite a challenge to reach this falls (the reason for its name) but now it has become the main tourist draw of the province.

Check out the Malabo/Pulang Bato Falls here.
Malabo FallsIts blood-red rocks make it a surreal beauty.  You should not miss this if you are in Dumaguete City in Negros Oriental. Its just 30 minutes away in the the nearby town of Valencia

More photos of Malabo/Pulang Bato Falls here.

If you want to explore the rest of the waterfalls I've been fortunate to visit, follow this link.