Kalubihon Falls is located in Sitio Kalubihon, Brgy. Dalipuga, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte. It is surrounded on all sides by cavernous rocks secret waterfall hidden by walls of boulders and a watery cave rises to only about 20 feet in height.
Kalubihon Falls News
I have not updated this blog for quite a long time, that's 20 days and 12 hours to be exact, my last post was about my travel to Iligan City for the Waterfalling Adventure Tour 1.0. It must be the lack of inspiration the past weeks :) But now I'm back! Hello I don't want October to just passed with only a single post in this blog. Here are some photos of the waterfalls I was able to visit together with the participants of the Waterfalling Adventure Tour 1.0. We visited a total of seven out of the 23 identified waterfalls in Iligan City during the 5 days of WAT 1.0.
During the first d ...
Iligan City is known as the city of Majestic Waterfalls, it has 23 waterfalls around vicinity, some are easy to visit and some requires adventure quest and there is even a waterfall that needs 2 days trekking.
I had to 2 days to sojourn the city, and on the first day, we visited the so-called Tourism Triangle which includes, Maria Christina Falls, Tinago Falls and Mimbalot Falls, all these 3 are just nearby and easy to go to
Maria Christina Falls
As my journey began, went first to the most famous waterfall which happens to be the source of electricity in Mindanao, it is also considere ...
Until recently, I've been to eight of Iligan's two dozen or so waterfalls. Twice I was commissioned by the City Tourism Office to document the waterfalls in pictures ??" first in the early '90s, and then 20 years later.
Being spread all over the mountainous parts of the city, it wasn't easy documenting these falls. It took days, even weeks. Lots of driving, on four- or two-wheeled vehicles, and long walks, too.
I was able to photograph Maria Cristina, Tinago, Mimbalut, Dodiongan, Langilanon, Limunsodan and Mimbalut Falls. I had seen Ikog Falls in faraway Barangay Rogongon, but unfortuna ...
We're still mid-way from a day of waterfalling in Iligan City and Iligan Bloggers Society still has a couple more in store for us. Satiated from lunch at Pampam Falls, the group was ready to move to the nearby Kalubihon Falls. It took us about a quarter of an hour's hike, from gradual ascending hills to steep rock walls with some natural pools coming from a stream above. From the looks of the trail, this promises to be an interesting one.
Through a Cave to Kalubihon Falls
"We have to go through there" I asked when we reached a cave with a low crevice. Now this seems exciting. We left al ...
Pampam Falls, one of the more than 20 waterfalls in Iligan is located in Barangay Dalipuga, Iligan City. It is about 13 kilometers away from the city proper and about 20 minutes from the jump-off point in the barangay proper to the waterfall. It is one of the most accessible waterfalls in the city.
Pampam Falls was the first stop of our waterfalling adventure tour in Iligan City. We chartered a jeepney from the city proper going to Barangay Dalipuga. It took us about 15 minutes to reach the jump-off point. We rested for a bit, ate some snacks and then we started trekking to Pampam Falls.
35 kilometers away from the city proper. It is a breathtaking two-tiered falls. The lower cascade alone is higher than the 320 feet Maria Cristina Falls. It has a total height of 870 feet. It is close to the eastern boundaries of Iligan, Bukidnon and Lanao del Sur. To reach the waterfalls, one has to trek for 2 days from Kalamalamahan, Barangay Rogongon, Iligan City.
65.60 feet high, cascading down to a concrete-like boulder. Its tranquil, cool waters and lush vegetation make it a real haven for nature lovers. The pool at the foot of the falls is ve ...