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Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

Compostela - Cateel Rd, Cateel, Davao Oriental, Philippines

Waterfalls

About Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

Considered to be the tallest of its kind anywhere in the country by hydraulic engineers for its series of 84 falls, each step of which measuring an average of 69 feet, the Aliwagwag Falls truly stood out for its kind as a towering piece of nature. They recently developed a park that will surely boost the region’s tourism. It was now one of the famous tourist attractions in this area.



Attractions near Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

Tinuy-an Falls48.68km from Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

Tinuy-an falls is the widest, multi-level waterfall in the Philippines located deep toward the rainforest of Bislig at Barangay Burboanan, Surigao del Sur of Mindanao. It features a ravaging yet magnificent clear waterfall emanating from the rainforest that separates Surigao del Sur and Agusan del Sur. It supplies water to the Bislig river and flows towards the Philippine Sea and the Pacific Ocean.

El Salvador del Mundo Parish54.3km from Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

The San Salvador del Mundo Church is the parish church of Caraga, Davao Oriental. When the Jesuits took charge of the spiritual administration of the town in 1871 from the Augustinian Recollects, a stone and wooden church was built in 1877 to serve as mission station of Spanish Missionaries in propagating Christianity in the eastern side of Mindanao. When it was completed in 1884, the church was dedicated to San Salvador del Mundo .

Enchanted River80.13km from Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

The Hinatuan Enchanted River in Mindanao, Philippines, is a flawless saltwater river that flows into the Pacific Ocean. It is around 80-feet deep, and just barely long enough to be considered a river, yet the flow attracts visitors from around the world who want to experience the beautiful waters that locals have long thought to be miraculous.

Monfort Bat Sanctuary92.78km from Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

The Monfort Bat Sanctuary is home to 1.8 million Geoffroy’s Rosette fruit bats  – the largest known colony of the species in the world. The bats all live in a single cave – guests aren’t allowed to enter, but they can peer over bamboo railings into any of five openings where the seething masses of sleeping fruit bats can be seen coating the cave walls. it was one of the beautiful attractions in this area.

Long Hua Temple103.84km from Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

Lon Wa Buddhist Temple is one of the biggest temples in the Philippines and probably the biggest in Mindanao. Renowned for its intricate architecture and interiors, this shrine is definitely one of the must-visit attractions in Davao City. A short stopover to this shrine is a worthwhile experience especially for those who are interested in the teachings of Buddhism or for those who simply want to marvel at the temple’s architecture and interiors.

Pujada Island105.82km from Aliwagwag Falls Eco Park

This 156-hectare island of lush mountainous greenery that rises to a height of 558 feet surrounded by a shoreline of powdery white sand beach, lies within the pristine blue waters of Pujada Bay. Despite the Island is a major tourist attraction, it remains undeveloped, with no resort or even a single cottage that would shelter visitors. The bay has been declared a marine protected area known as the Pujada Bay Protected Landscape and Seascape.

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Davao Oriental is the easternmost province in the country. The province is the top producer of coconut and copra in the country, earning the province the title "Coconut Capital of the Philippines".