Information about Sinipit Falls
Sinipit Falls is one of the waterfalls in the town of Diffun and is located in Brgy. Baguio Village. This particular village is also home to at least three other falls, namely Ganano Falls, Nantugaw Falls, and Sabarang Falls.
To reach Sinipit Falls, you'll have to trek from the provincial road through wild forests and flowing streams and rivers. As you reach the foot of the falls, you'll see the presence of slippery rocks of different sizes and a stream formed by the cascading waters.
Speaking of which, the water cascading from Sinipit Falls isn't as long as the other falls in the village, such as Nantugaw Falls, but basin-wise, the one in Sinipit Falls is wider. In fact, Nantugaw Falls doesn't form a basin at the bottom. This makes Sinipit Falls ideal for swimming since the deepest that the pool gets is about chest level despite waters flowing from different sources or directions.
On one side atop Sinipit Falls, there's a misplaced boulder that splits the flow of water before it goes down into the basin. It's not uncommon for Sinipit Falls to serve as the background of photoshoots featuring not only people on group tours but also couples having their prenup snapshots.
How to get there
Take a bus directly to Diffun from Cubao. Take a tricycle to Baguio Village after you get in Diffun. Register for your journey and hire a guide. Sinipit Falls is just a few minutes off from the trail leading to Ganano Falls, the highest one in Baguio Village.
Best time to visit
You can visit this waterfall any time of the year.