3. Ambon-Ambon Falls
Just a few more trekking footsteps from Malagaslas is the magnificent Ambon-Ambon Falls–its name coming from the shower of water droplets even before you reach the actual falls. The falls actually consists of two consecutive water drop-offs, with the first one causing the water to spray all over and with the help of the wind, cause the phenomenon of ambon or light rain showers. During the summer season, the water is very clear and safe to swim in the river it creates. In the rainy season, the water may at times be muddy because of flooding and the river may rise. The view there is just spectacular, with special mention to the tunnel-like river pathway leading to the falls, enveloped by the trees above and the river cutting into a very large rock.
There is also a cave in Barangay San Gabriel which was made into a chapel. The locals named it ANTONA. Thousands of pilgrims went to this sacred place for Holy Week devotions. The place could be reached by land transportation around 15 minutes from the Municipal Hall.