At 15m or so this is the shortest of the falls on Camiguin and one of the most difficult to reach. You can go on your own or with a guide arranged through your accommodation. Do not try this hike during or soon after rain: the road and path can get extremely slippery and treacherous. Landslides up here aren't uncommon.
Coming from the west, the turn-off for Binangawan is just past the Sagay National High School; from here it’s another 9km or so uphill until the road splits; veer left (a sign marks the way). Most motorbikes can make it with no problem, though it's extremely steep the last several kilometres.The path starts opposite a small concrete building. There's a gap with a several steps hacked out of the sand. After about 50m there's a clearly visible trail on the right side. When you reach a water installation (big tank with a couple of pipes), the trail to the left goes steeply down to the lower falls and the right gradually to the upper falls (can take a strong hiker over 1¼ hours to reach the latter).