Umusok Falls | Things to do in Agno-Pangasinan

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Agno, Pangasinan 175
Surrounded by trees and next to an empty field, Umusok Falls is where most locals go to cool off, and even bathe. Armed with bath products and bottles of gin, many families spend entire afternoons here. While not very big, Umusok is easily accessible in that it doesn't require a long, slippery trek to get there. Once you drive through the rough roads leading to the falls, it will only take maybe 15 minutes of walking through mostly level ground to get to this watering hole.

Open: Open everyday, 24 hours.

Address: Brgy. Gayusan, Agno, Pangasinan

Fee: Free

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Nearby attractions

JE's Bagoong Factory
Attraction   4.84 km away

Just reading the word 'bagoong' tickles the nose and reminds you of that pungent, familiar, fishy smell. Filipino dishes like Pinakbet and Kare-Kare never fail to miss getting partnered with bagoong simply because every dish tastes better with it. That's why Juanito and Lily Palisoc have decided to put up a Bagoong business instead of migrating to the US. Apart from the classic shrimp paste, JE's also offers new products like Padas (Siganid) and Ginisang Alamang (sauteed shrimp fry).

Tinakayan Falls
Attraction   5.44 km away

A quick 30 minute drive from Labrador City Hall brings you to Sitio Kadampat, Labrador, where a short trek rewards you with Tinakayanan Falls, named for its resemblance to "takayan" or stairs. There are various paths that lead to the falls with corresponding levels of difficulty, but the easiest way is upriver. The lower level is framed by rocks that you can dive into the deeper pool from, but be careful of the current created by the underground cave next to it. Scaling the rocks leads to a shallower upper pool, where a shelf beneath the falls gives visitors a nice, private little spot to chill. If you're lucky, you'll catch Mang Bernardo, a local who loves diving and does cliff jumps that you should definitely not try for yourself.

Our Lady of Lourdes Parish
Attraction   6.20 km away

Founded in 1714, Our Lady of Lourdes Church, also known as Salasa Church, is the oldest church in Bugallon. Located at Barangay Salasa, the old town of Bugallon, Salasa Church can be easily seen due to its old design and infrastructure dating back to the Spanish Era. As it is one of the aged landmarks in the area, many visitors and tourists flock the church to see its surroundings, untouched. Beside the famed church is a grotto for a place of worship and events, along with well-crafted sculptures depicting the Stations of the Cross.

Things to do nearby

Motor boat ride to Cabalitian Island
Experience   Boat charter   13.18 km away
₱108.69

Motor boat ride to the island for 15-20 minutes good for 5 to 6 persons

Where to stay

Buddha Resort
Hotels and homes   5.13 km away
₱1,700

When you enter Buddha Resorts and head to the reception area, you are immediately greeted by one of many quotations by Buddha that says, "You yourself as much as the entire universe deserve your love and affection". Buddha Resorts, located along the main highway going to Pangasinan, prides itself as a hospitable, relaxing, and a-break-from-life getaway with its services. Everyone, from management to staff, have a high respect in Buddhism, so expect quality service from the people at Buddha Resorts.

El Puerto Marina Beach Resort & Vacation Club
Hotels and homes   5.23 km away
₱2,813

Famous for its rustic design, fine sandy beach, and lengthy shoreline; El Puerto Marina Beach Resort & Vacation Club is a hidden paradise neatly nestled in Lingayen Gulf Coast. A place where the clear blue sea gently rolls over the powdery volcanic sand and the sun reflects its warm rays on the glittering gold-like particles on the shore.

Mt Zion Retreat House
Hotels and homes   6.09 km away
₱650

Aiming to become one of the first religious centers in Asia, Mt. Zion Pilgrimage Mountain is an expansive area for rest, relaxation, meditation, and retreat. Situated within the hills in Bugallon, Mt. Zion offers the public a place for soul-searching and re-discovery with comfortable accommodations and a peaceful environment for moments of reflection. Statues depicting the Stations of the Cross are scattered throughout the area, along with massive sculptures of the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ that resembles the famous Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Established and developed in 2002, Mt. Zion is currently expanding its facilities to further provide a place of sanctuary for its visitors and tourists, and also to keep with the upcoming 2000th Year Jubilee of the Catholic Church.

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