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Abra Kaparkan Falls dries up, no longer open to tourist

Updated: Oct 14, 2022


Tineg, Abra – One of Abra’s top destinations, the Kaparkan Falls, located in Sitio Kaparkan, Caganayan, Tineg has been closed to tourists.


The Local Government Unit of Tineg issued an advisory on Monday, October 10, temporarily closing the falls as ‘it started to dry up due to limited rain sustaining its water level.’


Tineg LGU said the falls is only open during the rainy season as the rainy days bring forth the best in the waterfalls.

The waterfalls, as recalled, was opened by the local government to tourist last July 15.


Also known as Mulawin falls, Kaparkan Falls was discovered by an outsider in 2015. It measures approximately 500 meters in length and 60 meters in width.


Regulated by the local government, the falls when open, only allows 100 people to stay at the tourism site given that said number is also its maximum carrying capacity.


When flocked by tourists in a day, three hours is given per batch for other visitors to experience the refreshing waters of the said natural wonder.


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