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Tagnote falls is a two-tiered waterfall located at Sitio Tagnote, Barangay San Antonio in the municipality of Remedios T. Romualdez, also known as RTR. The beauty of the place is a masterpiece of God’s great creation because of the serene lush forest, tumbling waterfalls, cool and clear waters you will experience around the vicinity.

Its magnificence is due to its crystal clear water that perpetually pours in astonishing volume. Near the area is plenty of trees that serve as a shade for any visiting tourists. Around the vicinity are big and flat rocks that can be used as tables and chairs by the campers. It is an ideal site for camping.
The falls’ basin is 10 square meters wide and can accommodate 15 persons at a time. The falls has two natural pools on top of it while another lies at the water drop.

From Barangay San Antonio, it is an easy 30 to 45 minutes walk through creeks, a flat land filled with plants and trees, culminating in a short uphill stride envelope by Mother Nature before reaching the two-tiered waterfalls.

It is a gem for anybody wants to see when visiting Remedios T. Romualdez.

Location: Remedios T. Romualdez (RTR), Agusan del Norte, Caraga Region
How to get there: From Butuan City by bus or van or jeepney and drop to RTR town proper, specifically at the crossing where you can find Rose Bakeshop. Then from the town proper, you can hire a bicycle or habal-habal for a ride to barangay San Antonio for about 7 kilometers, then have a walk for 1.5 kilometers to Tagnote Falls.

Distance: It will have an estimated 30 minutes from Butuan City to the town of RTR using public utility bus or van or jeepney or private vehicle. From the town proper, you can hire habal-habal or bicycle for 15 minutes ride in going to barangay San Antonio, then walk for about 30 to 45 minutes before reaching Tagnote Falls.(source:caregion.com/2016/10/08/exciting-tagnote-falls-rtr-agusan-del-norte/)


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