3 Waterfalls to explore in Northern Mindanao
Northern Mindanao is an administrative region in the Philippines, officially designated as Region X. It is blessed with natural wonders: large, protected forests white sandy beaches, coral reefs, and sheltered bays rich with aquatic life.
Limunsudan Falls is a two-tiered waterfall that was located in the Iligan city of Lanao del Sur. It was one of the Philippine's highest waterfalls with a height of 80 feet. it is also one of the hikers paradises in the Philippines. The areas surrounding the falls have been occupied by immigrants from Kalamlamahan of Barangay Rogongon of Iligan City since 1995.
The Maria Cristina Falls is located in the suburbs of Iligan City on Mindanao Island. It’s the star landmark of Iligan City. There are over 20 waterfalls in the area, but Maria Cristina Falls is the grandest with a height of 98 meters. It’s fed by the River Agus.
Tinago Falls provides a serene getaway deep within the jungles of Mindanao. Tucked within a forest-fringed ravine, this mighty waterfall’s name fittingly means “one that is hidden.” It is about 240 feet high. Its basin features a stunning blue-green pool of water. It is one of the beautiful places to see in this province.