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Iligan City Waterfalls: 20 of the most majestic waterfalls in the Philippines

What is a waterfall? How does it look? Is it safe to swim in them?

Waterfalls are beautiful natural wonders that are found throughout the world. They are formed when water flows over rocks or other obstacles, creating a series of cascading drops. Some of these falls are very large, and some are quite small and in Iligan City, there are a lot! We explore the top 20 in this post!

Waterfalls are formed when water flows down a steep slope. The force of gravity causes the water to flow faster, causing it to fall into a series of smaller drops. This type of waterfall is called a cascade.

A waterfall can also form where two different types of terrain meet. One example is where mountainous terrain meets flat land. In this case, runoff from the top of the mountain will run off onto the side of the mountain and then continue on as flowing water to reach the bottom of the falls.

The falls may be only a few inches wide, or they may be several feet across. It depends on how far the ground has eroded and what kind of rock formation exists below the surface.

In addition to being a source of beauty, waterfalls provide many important things for people to enjoy. For instance, many people find peace and tranquility by taking time to sit near a waterfall and reflect upon their lives and the world around them. Others use the opportunity to fish, kayak, canoe, raft, hike, picnic, climb, or just relax and take in the scenery. Many people consider visiting a waterfall one of the most memorable parts of traveling abroad but in the Philippines, there is no need to travel abroad, Iligan City has a lot of them, and it will take time for you to visit all of them and even lucky to be able to swim in some of them!

This list will give you the Waterfalls and address of each one with GPS coordinates to find them.

Here the best 20 Waterfalls to explore in Iligan City!

WaterfallsName of WaterfallsAddress of waterfallsLatitudeLongitude
Maria Cristina Falls55MV+7X4, Misamis Oriental – Maria Cristina Boundary Rd, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.1831476124.1949463
Tinago Falls555P+P95, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.1592735124.1859979
Limunsudan Falls4G6F+XF8, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.1124124124.5237147
Mimbalut Falls55JC+45R, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.1803653124.1703853
Kalubihon Falls872G+P2C, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.3018145124.2750129
Dodiongan Falls78C7+Q98, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.2719241124.3134532
Lumbatin Falls676M+7Q3, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.2106279124.2844338
Dalipuga Falls875G+R4H, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.3095527124.2753605
Pampam Falls875H+J7Q, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.3090837124.2782322
Poldo Falls8837+2F2, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.3025039124.3136515
Abaga Falls5629+XC9, Barangay Abaga, Overton-Abaga Boundary Rd, Baloi, 9217 Lanao del Norte8.1524134124.2186141
Hindang Falls Layer 1884R+M9H, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.3066857124.3409738
BAHI FALLS875G+XQ6, Sitio Kalubihon, Barangay, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.3099241124.2768779
Hindang Falls Layer 3884R+JRF, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.306556124.3420427
Nalra Falls875H+VVR, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte8.309745124.2796475
Balatok Falls6FG7+RMF, Minsaliding, Iligan City8.2270715124.4641848
LUBILAN WATERFALLS99WX+RH7, Manticao, Misamis Oriental8.3970446124.3989308

In conclusion, if you’re looking for a fun family activity, consider visiting the beautiful waterfalls around Iligan City. There are many different types of waterfalls to choose from, including cascading falls, plunge pools, and even a waterfall inside a cave. And if you’re lucky enough to visit during the rainy season, you might see a spectacular rainbow over the falls.

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