Iligan is a city that you’ll never forget once you will visit the place. I wrote this blog to feature the beauty of Iligan City. The city is being tag by the locales as the City of Waterfalls. When I have a visitor from other places I would always bring them to the three waterfalls that are readily accessible all the time. I refer to the renowned Maria Cristina Falls, the Mimbalut Falls, and the hush-hush Tinago Falls. Your visitors will never forget their visit to Iligan once you will bring them to these places. I remember how grateful my two classmates in the seminary that I brought them to these places. They said to me that we could easily attract tourists just by these three waterfalls. I told them there are still a lot of waterfalls in Iligan but these three waterfalls are easily accessed. You can finish visiting these three waterfalls in just 4 hours but if you want to relish the moment while you are in these three waterfalls you can stay at least a day.
The Maria Cristina Falls is one of the grandest among the waterfalls in the Philippines. This waterfall is much known because aside from being majestic, this is also called the mother of all industries. More than 80% of the electricity in Mindanao is being generated by Maria Cristina Falls. Tinago falls as well is very known not only because of its splendor but also film makers feature this as one of their shooting places.
You have two options when you want to go to Iligan. If you take by plane from Manila, your arrival must be the airport of Lumbia in Cagayang de Oro then take a taxi to the bus terminal and take a bus to Iligan. If your option is to take a travel by ferry boat then get a ticket to disembark direct to Iligan. Share my blog if this would help your travel. Welcome to Iligan.