23 Majestic Waterfalls of Iligan City

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23 Majestic Waterfalls of Iligan City
Limunsudan Falls - © henyopinoy.net

We are all naturally seekers of world wonders. We travel far and wide to witness the beauty of ruins, mountains, deep blue seas and the majestic waterfalls.

If you haven’t been to Iligan City and a person fascinated with water falls, then you should consider this City a must-visit. It is a City surrounded with great waterfalls!  Not just one, two, three but there were twenty three water falls and more, undiscovered and pounding around every corner of the City.

  1. Maria Cristina Falls – is the most famous among the 23 and the primary source of Electric power for the City Industries. It is located in the southwest side of Iligan, in Barangay Buru-un and accessible via jeepney, taxi or private vehicle.
    It’s not just supplying Iligan City’s power but it goes beyond other provinces generating 70% of Mindanao’s electricity.

    23 Majestic Waterfalls of Iligan City
    Maria Cristina Falls – © travelingmorion.com

    Among other Famous waterfalls that are frequently visited not just by locals but tourist are the following:

  2. Tinago Falls – is derived from a local dialect Tinago, which means hidden.
    It is one of the most visited waterfalls and the most enchanting among the 23 falls. Tinago Falls is situated in the boundary of Barangay Purakan of the town of Linamon and Barangay Ditucalan of Iligan City.

    23 Majestic Waterfalls of Iligan City
    Tinago Falls – © thousandwonders.net

    The water comes from the outflow of the man-made Lanao Lake in the town of Baloi, flowing to the Agus River that cuts into two channels before going to Iligan Bay. One channel goes to the famous Maria Christina Falls also in Iligan City, and the other to Tinago Falls. The cold water plunges from a 240-feet high cliff into a deep blue-green natural pool that is ideal for swimming. – source: lakwatsero

  3. Limunsudan Falls –  is Located around 50kms away from the City proper, Limunsudan falls is considered as the Philippine’s highest waterfall standing at 870 ft tall. It’s an off road trip and it’s and one requires a lot of energy for the trekking and bumpy ride.
    23 Majestic Waterfalls of Iligan City
    Limunsudan Falls – © henyopinoy.net
  4. Mimbalot Falls – It is one of the most accessible from the main road. You can reach via jeepney from Iligan City to Barangay Buru-un. The area immediately under the waterfalls can be dangerous for swimming especially because of the large rocks and the strong force of the cascades.
    But I’m sure, there’s always a space for swimming and Photo shoot. Visitors can also enjoy zip lining and trekking as Mimbalot Falls is part of a Paradise Resort and Eco Park. The Eco park is located on top of Mimbalot Falls so you have to trek up to be able to reach it.

    23 Majestic Waterfalls of Iligan City
    Mimbalot Falls – © travelingmorion.com
  5. Dodiongan Falls – Situated at barangay Bonbonon Iligan City,Dodiongan Falls is around 15 kms away from the city proper. The road going to Dodiongan is both developed and undeveloped. As expected , trekking the mountainous area is still part of the tour. Dodiongan Falls is handsome in its 65 ft water drop. Massive. Daunting. Beautiful in a strong way. – Source: Pinaytravelista
23 Majestic Waterfalls of Iligan City
Dodiongan Falls – © ileikbubbles.com

Here’s the list of all 23 waterfalls in Iligan City that you can explore. There are some undiscovered, unnamed due to their location but worth a try.

  1. Maria Cristina Falls
  2. Tinago Falls
  3. Limunsudan Falls
  4. Guimbalolan Falls
  5. Kamadahan Falls
  6. Pindarangahan Falls
  7. Gata Falls
  8. Kibalang Falls
  9. Rogongon Falls
  10. Mimbalut Falls
  11. Dalipuga Falls
  12. Dodiongan Falls
  13. Kalubihon Falls
  14. Langilanon Falls
  15. Hindang Falls
  16. Pampam Falls
  17. Languyon Falls
  18. Linanot Falls
  19. Malinao Falls
  20. Bridal Veil Falls
  21. Abaga Falls
  22. Maligang Falls
  23. Malapacan Falls

 

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