With its stunning green rolling hills, rocky mountains, diverse forests, impressive waterfalls, scenic coastline, and zestful people, the village of Idio in Sebaste, Antique doesn’t seem to run out of hidden wonders. Last Sunday morning was a perfect day for chasing waterfalls. Typhoon Ompong has just left and the sun was out, smiling. We took a scooter ride to Barangay Idio, Sebaste, Antique to visit the amazing Bulwang Falls located in one of its jungle’s interior. During our hike to Mt. Balabag last month, our guide Tay Lucrito told us that he knows a massive waterfall in Idio that hasn’t been explored yet. The hidden waterfall is located out of way from the trail so we planned to explore on our return.
Tay Lucrito was waiting for us on the roadside when we arrived. We followed him to his home and after gathering his stuff, we started hiking with his grandson, Eric. We walked over hills with grand vistas of the highways, farms, coastlines and the northwestern view of Mt. Balabag. After we descended from the hills, we walked across rice paddies into the