Kili Falls is one of many beautiful places in Abra that you can visit all year round. The main attraction here is not just the waterfall. Hidden behind the main cascade is a hot spring that flows into an icy-cold river. The locals had made a wading pool beside it. The temperature is perfectly warm for a dip! Most times of the year, you can have this relaxing spot all to yourself. Kili Village does not attract a lot of tourists because of its remote location in the hinterlands of Tubo, the southernmost town of Abra. The trail to the waterfall from the village crosses scenic rice fields and a few hanging bridges similar to what you would find in Banaue, Ifugao, Benguet or Mountain Province.
How to go — Brgy. Kili in Tubo is a 3 to 4-hour drive south of Bangued, the capital town of Abra. The passenger jeepney departs from “Tubo House” in Bangued in the morning, at around 8am. There is no fixed schedule and daily jeepney trips are not guaranteed. If there are no jeepney trips on the day of your visit, you have the option to charter a car or motorcycle that can take you to Kili. From Kili village, the waterfall and hot spring is an easy 20-minute walk away.