The Bridal Veil Waterfall in Kennon Road, Baguio
Bridal Veil waterfall along Kennon Road is a tourist spot that travelers should not miss. Nevertheless, travelers going up in Baguio City will hardly miss this waterfall because of its prominence and attention grabbing appearance similar to a wedding veil worn by the brides – starting a thin vertical flow from the mountains followed by the sudden gush of water flowing violently and cascading down the smooth boulders forming a cool mist.
This is one of the top attractions that you must see while on vacation. Since you can easily do your Manila hotel booking online, I suggest finding a place to stay that is close to this magnificent body of water.
According to our tour guide and a friend who frequently travels to Baguio, this waterfall is likely to be dried up in the future. The water flow used to be rich and strong 2 to 3 years ago compared to what we’ve seen at that point in time.
Crossing the bridge was the biggest challenge we faced here; elevating approximately 800 meters on the rocky river, getting near the waterfall might not be for fainthearted individuals.
Upon which our feet was set at the end of the bridge, we found a lot of goats and at the same time, their poops are everywhere. A friend before he got to the bridge back, accidentally slipped over a hollow rock filled with water and poop. So be extra careful when stepping on the rocks should you decide to get near the falls.
The view of the Bridal Veil Waterfall from Kennon Road
Old but sturdy bridge
Going to the waterfalls wasn’t always easy.. I wonder why.
It was said that by inhaling the mist of bridal veil falls, you will have a healthy marriage life.
Inhaling more mist lol.
Teh bride and the bridemaid
Before we headed back to the city, we had snack and watched the lovely sunset from Kennon Road. At the end of the trip, I suddenly missed my fiance. I was booked to Japan the week after that and couldn’t wait to see him again, and next year, you’re all invited to my wedding! 😀
The Bridal Veil Waterfall Tour Information
Address: Along Kennon Road, 2.5 kilometers from La Union – Benguet Boundary
Entrance fee: None.
You can either ride a bus or a jeep going out the City to La Union – Bengeut boundary or book a Baguio Tour from your hotel and include Bridal Veil waterfalls in your itinerary. Travel time is around 45 min to an away from Baguio City and Victory Liner Terminal. Some hotels in Baguio also include a tour in Bridal Veil waterfalls. Like in our case, it was arranged and organized by Azalea Residences.
Planning a trip to Baguio? Discover the joy of traveling without the worry. Let Azalea Residences (azalea.com.ph) guide your way in Baguio. Visit their website or Agoda website to book your stay.