Pulacan or Pulakan Falls is located some 12 kilometers from Pagadian City, in the town of Labangan. It covers an area of 400 square meters and is the source of water for the Labangan irrigation system.
It can be easily be reached by any motorized vehicle. Since the opening of the PADAP Road, the Pulacan Falls has been getting good press, with people choosing to camp and picnic ther ...
Pulacan or Pulakan Falls News
Ah, waterfalls and Mindanao has lots and lots of it! But did you know that there are a few very accessible waterfalls around the island and it's island provinces? So accessible that you can just drive, park by the roadside and already see this wonder of nature. This is perfect for the lazy traveler who doesn't want the steep ascent and descent just to see one!
1. Aliwagwag Falls
It's considered the longest waterfall in the country and with the most number of levels! Aliwagwag Falls in Cateel, Davao Oriental is just by the roadside and the bridge which it passes under is already a great vie ...
A more or less 30-minute ride from the capital city, Pagadian, will lead you to a must visit or a should say a "worthy stopover spot", just along the national highway covered by Barangay Upper Pulacan in the municipality of Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur. Yep, I'm talking about the simply majestic Pulacan Falls!
The waterfall is one of the interesting spots in Zamboanga del Sur I've been longing to explore since I was assigned in Northern Mindanao and in Zamboanga Peninsula. I've been tempted so many times to drop in the area to have its closer look, but (oftentimes) my schedule doesn't permit ...
Location : Labangan, Zamboanga del Norte
Date : August 15, 2015
The falls is already visible by the road. From Pagadian city drive via Pagadian Dipolog road for approximately 15KM you will pass the 1st Infantry Tabak Division headquarters, if you're already at the steep ascent road and you pass the colored blue water filter station is Upper Pulacan The falls is already a few meters away. Park beside the road, there are no signage but you can already hear the sound of the falls.
proceed to the end of the road to reach the view deck of the falls. The roads are all cemented.
The Philippines is full of many things to see - palm trees, beaches, mountains, volcanoes, and yes... waterfalls! Here's a list of the top 7 waterfalls you absolutely must see in the country:
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It was a trip to Pagadian from Ozamiz many years ago that I got I glimpsed upon Pulacan Falls in Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur. What attracted me to this cascade was that it was just beside a national highway and pretty much accessible. I will really come back for you!, I muttered.
It was two years from that promise that me and a friend from Iligan decided to visit Pulacan Falls. But it was out of my radar. I forgot the place and its exact location that we just hopped on a bus for Pagadian from Ozamiz, where we stayed for a few days and asked the conductor. But woe, he didn't know where it is ...