It is considered as one of the highest water falls in the country because of its seven-tiered cascading white foam. It is estimated to have a total height of 800 feet from the top. The first catch basin could be a nice place to bath but another catch basin forms below where hundreds of bathers could refresh from the scorching heat of summer. It is accessible only by foot trail.
Tucked-away deep inside the barrios of Malilipot, Albay is Busay Falls, a favorite gathering place for the locals, especially during the hot summer months (March – June). The water plunges approximately 91 meters from its highest point, and the last 40m cascade is visible from the clear shallow pool at the bottom.
Although Busay is smaller in size when compared to other popular waterfalls in Albay, the enclosed surrounding area, the forest canopy and sound of the plunging water makes for a cozy and relaxing ambience. It is largely undeveloped.