Kanapulan Falls

Naawan, Misamis Oriental

Kanapulan Falls, sometimes called Kanapolan Falls, are located in Tagbalugo, Naawan, Misamis Oriental. The falls can be only be reached by a single motorcycle. You'll pass a river path full of large rocks but with minimal flow of water. At its end, 20-feet high waterfall can be seen flowing through a wide dark gray solid rock.

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    How to get there: (by car - pick up)
    Note : On this post, I am indicating the road condition to guide travelers with cars on the accessibility of the falls
    Date: August 21, 2014

    Naawan can be reached from Cagayan de Oro City (63km) and from Iligan City (28km). Starting at Naawan public market proceed to Paulino Ong Street and drive going to Brgy. Tagbalogo. The roads are all cemented up to the jump off point of the 20 minute trek going to the falls.

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