I felt so bored for that weekend so I messaged sir JP if he is available. Fortunately, he is not busy and I mentioned to him if we can visit the Puray/Panas Falls. I’m always fascinated to witness a waterfalls! Thankfully, he agreed that he will accompany us and serves as our guide. Sir JP always wanted to explore the other part of Puray so when I sent him a message was just the right time to do it! I can’t remember how many times Sir JP and I planned this adventure, we've set it way back 2014 but were not pushed through because of bad weather condition and sometimes he's busy with his travels around the Philippines. Another adventure for me and my loving partner. Yey! I invited also my other friends but they woke up late.. so it's just the three of us.
We met at Jollibee Commonwealth Market at 6:00AM, after our light breakfast we rode a jeepney going to San Isidro Rizal from the terminal located beside Jollibee Commonwealth Market. The fare is fix 25.00 malayo or malapit the term for that is deretso. I think its less than 1-hour of travel time from Commonwealth Market to San Isidro and it depends on the traffic, then at San Isidro terminal we rode a trike going to Barangay Mascap, and from Mascap we waited a trike designed for off-road but the trike going to Puray were mostly occupied/full. The locals from Mascap adviced us that it’s better to walk and follow the trail beside the river and a lot of locals also leaves in the area going to Puray whom we can ask if ever we lost track. They said that we don't need to worry because they will tell us the way going to the Falls. The river is shallow and not too rough because it didn’t rain for that day.
At 7:30AM we started our hike at the cemented road going to the intersection in across elementary school, we turned left to the shortcut and crossed the river for many times and at the right area, the wide rough road where the off-road trike used.
Start of our hike