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  • The Less Visited Lumondo Falls

    The Less Visited Lumondo Falls

    I have discovered a priceless treasure in Barangay Budlingin, Alegria, Surigao del Norte - the less visited Lumondo Falls. The waterfall which is about 10 meter-radius from the actual water drop or 20 feet up the rift of the river is justifiable to be called as "environmentally-raw". Less visited, its natural beauty is preserved and close to untouched.

    What to See

    Cascade of small lagoons with crystal-clear waters embedded on huge rocks is an opening salvo as one approaches the location of the waterfall. Huge Rocks' formations are naturally set-up and engineered. The waterfall is lit ...

  • Chasing Waterfalls Lumundo Falls

    Chasing Waterfalls Lumundo Falls

    Location: Brgy. Budlingin, Alegria, Surigao del Norte
    Types: Segmented, Fan horsetail

    Only the second waterfalls that I have seen in already five stays of traveling around Northern Mindanao and the Caraga Regions, the waterfalls in the hinterlands of Alegria, Surigao del Norte proved to be a worthy destination. After an approximate two kilometers of habal habal ride, I found myself hiking with my stuffed bag on my back. The motorcycle cannot negotiate the slippery and muddy road.

    Standing at about 30 feet, Lumundo Falls is inside a 22-hectare community watershed which falls under the Na ...

  • Lumondo Waterfalls Of Surigao Del Norte

    It was brown out the whole day (7AM-5PM) in Surigao City, so me & my cousin decided to check out these tourist spots (Lumondo Waterfalls & Tinago Lagoon) in Surigao del Norte )

    FYI: The road going to Lumondo Waterfalls (to my surprise) is already concrete / cemented / paved all the way from the highway to Lumondo Falls Information Center @ Brgy. Budlinging, Alegria ^_^ Just be careful / on the look out for electric posts being installed in the MIDDLE of the road??? Really? WTF contractor? hehe An accident waiting to happen for someone whose not alert!

    Our overall expense was, guess what ...