Pagayawan Falls are mini water falls located at Pagayawan, Bacolod, Lanao del Norte, 32 kilometers away from Tubod. It has a tributary falls cascading beautifully bed of volcanic rocks before it implies to the main fall estimated at around 25 meter drop.
Pagayawan Falls News
In a few days Kumar and I will be leaving our home in the Philippines and heading to Hong Kong. But because we have a few days before that adventure... We decided to go on a random BecomingFilipino Mindanao Travel Mission!
We headed out of Cagayan de Oro on our motors and started road tripping towards a new Province that we haven't visited in Mindanao. Along the way we found an incredible waterfall in Bacolod, Lanao Del Norte.
This is another random adventure...
BecomingFilipino in Mindanao. We have five days before we have to get ready for Hong Kong!
Lanao del Norte is indeed a province of waterfalls! When you're in this part of Mindanao, never ever miss to check one of the province's less-known waterfalls, the beautiful Pagayawan Falls in the Municipality of Bacolod.
Road to Pagayawan
When we usually talk about waterfalls, it's commonly associated with long motorcycle/habal-habal ride or extensive trekking. But here comes a beautiful Pagayawan Falls that's just more or less 10-15 minutes (easy) habal-habal ride from the town proper of Bacolod. But despite of being accessible, the waterfall is one of the province's less-known/visited ...
Lanao del Norte has about 30 waterfalls. While the Maria Cristina Falls in Iligan City remains unmatched in terms of beauty and splendor, there are "low-key" waterfalls that could probably give Maria Cristina a run for its money, so to speak.
Located in Linamon, the first town of Lanao del Norte, Tinago Falls is well hidden by thick vegetation and can be reached only by descending a stairs of 420 breathless steps. The only problem is climbing back up, but you won't be too concerned about it anymore because excitement builds up as you negotiate the concrete steps.
Going down, the steps ha ...
Situated against the backdrop of Mt. Agad-Agad, Iligan City is a paradise of must-see destinations. Aptly and deservedly called the "City of Majestic Waterfalls," Iligan is blessed with numerous stunning waterfalls which are visited by many local and foreign tourists alike. They are rewarded by the sight of natural wonders that continues to amaze and insipre everyone.
The province alone has over 20 waterfalls. Some of these waterfalls have been tapped into as sources of industrial power in the city, as well as bringing in revenues from tourism to the city.
Maria Cristina Falls