I am glad that we were able to experience swimming on a unique falls like this. The water is clear and cold. It was relaxing after walking from our accommodation as the place is remote that transportation is very seldom. As we arrive on this place, there is an entrance fee of Php 10.00 each. There are picnic cottages that you can rent if you would like to have picnic with your family or friends while enjoying the place. They costs less than a 100 pesos. They also have rooms that you can rent if you would like to have more privacy or stay overnight on this place and hear the therapeutic sound of water from the falls. As you swim, there is another fee that you will have to pay for Php 5.00 each. It is somehow called as "barangay tax." Nonetheless, going here is still not that expensive.
The place stands out once the sun shines because you will see how clear the water is eventhough there are basins are very deep. But not all basins are deep. As I can recall, there are 3 out of 7 falls that has depth of over 10 feet. Since we were there late in the afternoon, we are planning to go back to this place one of these days to see more beauty of the falls.
By the way, it would be better if you are wearing trekking shoes or diving shoes to protect your feet from the stones.
Since this is a remote area, the best way of exploring this place is through bicyle, motorcycle, tricycle or to walk (like most of the natives do!)
But if you will be coming from the city or Tangalan Market place, the only way to go to Barangay Jawili is through a tricycle.