Babatngon is a town of 29,000 people (2020) in the northern part of the island of Leyte, Philippines, along the shore of Carigara Bay. Babatngon is known for Busay Falls, a three-tiered cataract which is an attraction for picnickers who flock to Babatngon during the summer months. A massive bowl of solid, moss-covered rock catches the cool waters of the third fall.
It is situated on a small plain set in a semicircle of mountain ranges and nestles in the northern mouth of the San Juanico Strait, which separates Samar from Leyte. Boats coming in or going out of Tacloban City have to pass by it through the pilot station of Canaway, one of the islets along the strait. Small coconut covered islets fringe its coast along San Juanico Strait, the most important of which are Rizal, Magsaigad, Tabigue, almost all of which extend from east to west.
It is 33 km (21 mi) north-west of Tacloban City and about 10 km (6.2 mi) north of the town of San Miguel.
- 1 Busay Falls, Brgy. District 3 (a 20-min walk south of Babatngon Public Market).
- 1 Babatngon Public Market.
- Rafael's Farm, Brgy. Pagsulhogon, ☏ . 10AM-8PM.