Tuasan Falls is a rugged and unspoiled waterfall on the west side of Camiguin. One can reach the fall by following the main coastal highway from Mambajao to Catarman. The falls is about 3.7 km east on a marked road. The road starts with paved and then turns to gravel. A small shop offers parking, food and guide services right before the trail leaves the road. The trail takes off to the right and makes its way down into the canyon before following the river up to the falls. The walking is fairly easy and pleasant and the trail easy to follow.
The canyon is cut through the volcanic mudflows which erode fairly easy so that the walls are quite steep and subject to frequent debris flows. The trail skirts these landslides or goes the gentle terraces between the recent debris flows. The falls themselves can be seen after about a 30 min walk. It is possible to swim in the pools surrounding the falls but one should be careful with the quick but clear water. The fall can also be reached by hiring locally available motor known as ' Habal-Habal '