The Mount Inayawan Range Natural Park, also Mount Iniaoan Range Natural Park, is a protected area of forested mountains in the Northern Mindanao region of the Philippines. The park encompasses the mountain range also known as Mount Iniaoan located in the landlocked municipality of Nunungan in Lanao del Norte and covers a total area of 3,632.74 hectares with a buffer zone of 889.04 hectares.
The park is situated in the barangay of Inayawan in Nunungan, some 115 kilometres southwest from the city of Iligan near the border with the province of Lanao del Sur and some 14 kilometres north from Magapu Point and Illana Bay. It is centered around Mount Iniaoan, a conical mountain which is the highest in the province at an altitude of 1,586 meters.
Lake Nunungan at 1,535 metres is one of the highest lakes in the Philippines and is also found within the park. It consists of three other lakes which supply water for the municipalities in the Kapatagan Valley and holds an abundant supply of fish.
The Mount Inayawan Range Natural Park is home to a diverse fauna. They include endangered and rare species such as the Philippine eagle, Philippine deer, Mindanao flying squirrel, Mindanao scops owl, white-collared kingfisher, Philippine warty pig and Mindanao hornbill. Wiki
Mount Inayawan Range Natural Park also Mount Iniaoan News
Following the natural divide of the Lanao mountain range, the old Lanao was broken in two provinces: Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur. Today, Lanao del Norte has become one of the top vacation destinations in the southern part of the Philippines, and for a good reason.
Lanao del Norte continues its effort in uplifting the quality of life of its people, both in the urban and rural areas through the promotion of its Integrated Agriculture and Economics Tourism Development Programs. These plans aim to create conditions that will improve the economy of the province, which can be achieved by pr ...
Mt. Inayawan is a mountain range located in the heart of Nunungan, Lanao del Norte ??" the biggest municipality of the province in terms of its area. It stands with an astonishing height of 1,535 meters (5,036 feet) above sea level. Alluringly, Mt. Inayawan is the heighest mountain in the province of Lanao del Norte. The mountain which also showcase a beautiful twin lake called Lake Nunungan offers the inhabitants a vast expanse of freshly abundant flora and fauna.
Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo issued Presidential Proclamation No. 1344 declaring Mount Inayawan Range Natural Park ...
The word Lanao came from the Maranao word "Ranao" which means a body of water and this instance- the second largest lake in the Philippines (Lake Lanao/Ranaw) which is while located in Lanao del Sur, Lanao del Norte shares a huge affinity through the indigenous people living around the lake which is considered as one of the world's foremost ancient lakes (An ancient lake is a lake that carried water without any interruptions for more than 1 million years. Aside from Lake Lanao- other lakes that fit this category are Lake Baikal in Siberia, Lake Titicaca in South America, and Lake Tanganyika in ...
Lanao del Norte is a province of the Philippines located in the Northern Mindanao region. Its capital is Tubod. The province borders Lanao del Sur to the southeast, Zamboanga del Sur to the west, Illana Bay to the southwest, Iligan Bay to the north, Iligan City to the northeast, and is separated from Misamis Occidental by Panguil Bay to the northwest.
The Provincial Government of Lanao del Norte has been exerting its best effort to uplift the quality of life of the people in the rural and urban areas in the province through the promotion of Integrated Agriculture and Economics Tourism Devel ...
On September 23, 2011, soldiers from the 35th Infantry (Makamandag) Battalion led a group of nature lovers in a trek towards Mount Inayawan in the interior town of Nunungan, Lanao del Norte.
Composed of out-of-school youths, local media, Youth for Development (Y4D) leaders, NGOs, POs, and some government employees, the group aimed to rediscover Mount Inayawan's scenic beauty and appreciate the abundance of its flora and fauna.
One of the highlights of the three-day camp is a visit to renowned Lake Nunungan. With its calm crystal clear waters complemented by the cool mountain breeze, the ...
Located in the Northern Mindanao region is the province of Lanao del Norte. Unlike what most people would think, Lanao del Norte is actually predominantly Catholic with a people mix of Maranaos and Cebuanos. And while the province, along with the rest of Mindanao, struggles with security issues associated with terrorism, Lanao del Norte attracts a large number of tourists because of the world famous city of majestic waterfalls, Iligan.
Iligan City used to be the city capital of Lanao del Norte. However, in 1977, former President Ferdinand Marcos transferred the provincial capital from Iliga ...