Elizabeth Benolaga, Oslob Tourism Officer, said water from the drapery falls ordinarily diminishes amid the late spring because of absence of downpour.
"Water from Tumalog Falls may not shape its drapery like intrigue since downpour is uncommon amid summer. It just returns once the blustery season comes," said Benolaga in a telephone meet with Cebu Daily News Digital.
The blustery season normally begins on May or June.
Tumalog Falls is one of the prominent attractions in Oslob, a fourth-class town found 118.3 kilometers southeast of Cebu City, because of its blind falls.
The issue with respect to the diminishing of water from the Tumalog Falls became known after a photograph of the falls losing its acclaimed drape like intrigue made adjusts via web-based networking media.
The Oslob Tourism Office denied charges that inhabitants in Oslob are sourcing their consumable water from the water body that interfaces with Tumalog Falls.
"There are numerous springs that add to the supply of water of Tumalog Falls. Furthermore, there are likewise different springs expected for utilization," said Benolaga.
"We have ensured that springs that supply water to Tumalog Falls are proposed for the falls," she included.
Defer extra charge
Benolaga said they are sitting tight for directions from Oslob town Mayor Jose Tumulak Jr. to discharge a warning for voyagers who are wanting to visit Tumalog Falls.
"The civic chairman for the most part prompts the general population, each March," she said.
The Oslob Tourism Office is additionally wanting to postpone the extra charge to the falls as a result of this issue.
Extra charge to Tumalog Falls should be at P20 per individual. To achieve the falls, sightseers should take a 20-minute ride from the expressway in Oslob's town legitimate.
Oslob is additionally well known for its whale shark-watching exercises