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Iligan City (City of water falls)

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If we hear the name of Iligan City what come first in our mind is that this city is the city of water falls. Yeah its true it is the city of water falls, the city has the following following falls Maria Cristina Falls is probably the most famous of Iligan’s attractions. it is sometimes referred to as “twin falls” because the water is split in two by a large rock at the brink of the 320 feet drop. Other waterfalls are Mimbalut falls, 20 minutes away from the city, Limunsudan Falls, 54 kilometers away from the city proper, Abaga Waterfalls, 15 kilometers from the city, Dalipuga Falls, 12 kilometers from the city, Dodiongan Falls, 14.5 kilometers from the city, Gata falls 28 kilometers from the city, Guimbalolan Falls, 29 kilometers rom the city, Hindang Falls, 14 kilometers from the city, Kalisaon Falls, 16 kilometers fron the city, kamadahan falls, 26 kilometers from the city and Kibalaug falls, 31 kilometers from the city.

See that there are 12 falls in the city. I think only Iligan city has12 falls around the Philippines. So there is no doubt that this city was called a city of water falls..

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  2. Falls Hopping At Iligan (City Of Majestic WaterFalls) « My Personal Travel and Tours Around Philippines including the Promotion of Cagayan de Oro

    […] next water falls we visit is the “Tinago Falls” which is located at the Southern part of the Philippine Island of Mindanao. This is one of the tourist attractions in Iligan City. Some trivia on this falls, Tinago is a […]

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