Saturday, March 23, 2019

Finding Limunsudan Falls




Tucked away in the jungles of Barangay Rogongon here is the little-known two-tiered Limunsudan Falls.

Limunsudan Falls is an 870-foot wonder of nature.was just 55 kilometers South-East of downtown Iligan, the journey will take several hours.

Source:Bisdak to the Boondocks 

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Tinago Falls, Brgy. Ditucalan, Iligan City



Literally hidden in a deep ravine, the falls cascading beautifully into a basin-like pool, clean, deep and icy cold. It has a height of approximately 90 feet. It is located in the Tourism Development Zone of Iligan approximately 13.5 kms from the city proper. The waterfalls can be accessed if you take a jeepney ride from the city with markings Iligan to Buru-un. Take the motorcycle (habal-habal) at the corner of the highway going to tinago. It will cost PhP20.00 per passenger.(Panorama by Rommel Bundalian)

Source:360 Virtual Philippines

Related Post: 360 Degrees Panorama of Tinago Falls, Tinago Falls Featured in Travel Plus Magazine, Famous Waterfalls

Abaga waterfalls, Mindanao Philippines


Abaga Falls is a waterfall and ecosystem located approximately 15 km southwest of Iligan City on the island of Mindanao, Philippines. The height of Abaga Falls is approximately twice that of the more famous Maria Christina falls also located within the proximity of Iligan City. Unlike Maria Christina falls however, which is fed by the Agus river, the water source for Abaga Falls is the product of several underground springs which flow into the top Abaga falls via several tributaries.

Unlike like the more popular Maria Cristina falls, human access to Abaga Falls is severely limited due to a current lack of regularly maintained roads as well as the fact that a moderate amount of walking is required to reach the base of the falls. Unfortunately, this level of isolation has not protected the ecosystem from damage due to deforestation and over-hunting.

Source: Sudi Tourism

Chasing Waterfalls: Sta. Cruz Falls


Located in the town of Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte, Sta. Cruz Falls is locally labeled as the “Little Niagara Falls” of the province.

Sta. Cruz Falls is one of Kapatagan’s popular tourist destinations. It is approximately two kilometers from the national highway and is surrounded with lush vegetation. The trail leading to the falls is a bit challenging. You will have to cross a river and hike for about an hour before reaching the waterfalls. But, once you arrive at the foot of the falls, you’ll realize that the time spent and the hardship going there was all worth it.

Interested to know more about Sta. Cruz Falls? Read my post at : Sta. Cruz Falls on (By:Glen Santillan)

Source: Choose Philippines