Iligan City Things to Do

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Iligan City Things to Do

  • Entrance Fees......

    &b I took a snapshot of the entrance fees applied before a tourist enters the site of the Ma. Cristina Falls...I hope It will help all the persons who will see my Travel page..;)

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  • See the Ma. Cristina Falls

    Make time to see the famous Ma. Cristina falls when you are here in Iligan...:):)Its a great opportunity for any Filipino traveler to see this magnificent view..;)I am just lucky at that time because I was accompanied by an officemate who knowsa person working there.....so everything is kinda well prepared....from the car to the people to talk...

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  • Iligan City Department Of Tourism

    Situated high atop Buhanginan Hill in the Pala-O Barangay ( bourough ), one of the highest locations within the city proper you will find City Hall and the entire municipal complex of Iligan City. As you ascend the beautiful approach along the roadway leading up the hill, you will pass the Anahaw Amphetheater on the right and the Municipal building...

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  • Looking Your Best In Iligan City

    I have heard and read many times about getting a haircut in The Philippines. After hearing advertisements on the worldwide webstream of Iligan Citys DXMA 95.9 FM " The EDGE " radio station ( see a review on this station on this website ) for a place called " Reyes Haircutters " it gave me the idea of getting a haircut there on my visit in late...

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  • Saturday Morning " Hataw " At The Plaza

    You may need an early morning wake up call or dual alarm clocks for this one but it is a fun event for working off a bit of weight that may have been gained from many of the great places to eat in Iligan City." Hataw Na " which I believe translates to "Exercise Now " began in Feb. 2011 initiated by City Councilor Atty Marlene L. Young. From 6 to 8...

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  • Meet Greet Eat & Enjoy at Iligan...

    Early in 2011 Iligans Night Market premiered and has become a primary weekend attraction ever since. Night Market takes place at City Plaza ( aka Rizal Park ) Friday and Saturday nights from approx. 6 PM until 2 AM. The streets running parallel to the plaza are blocked off from traffic and on one side of the plaza are set up with a wide variety of...

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  • Dalipuga Falls

    + PUBLIC: Ride a Dalipuga line Jeepney and tell the driver to drop you off at the Dalipuga Checkpoint. It's the next "kanto" after the KALUBIHON Entrance.Ride a tri-sikad to bring you to the starting point of trek for the Dalipuga Falls. Just tell the driver that you are heading to the Dalipuga Falls. You will actually pass by the underconstruction...

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  • The Sinulog Festival now Diyandi...

    September 29 - Sinulog The Sinulog is the most attended and popular of the fiesta highlights. Performed only in the afternoon of the feast day, this ritualistic street-dance drama (also called eskrima) mimics the celestial battle between Lucifer and San Miguel. It is an improvised dance on the street and anybody from the crowd is free to join in....

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  • DXMA " Tourist Friendly Radio " in...

    Fm Broadcast station DXMA 95.9 FM began broadcasting in Iligan City about mid year 2010 and soon after that began broadcasting to the world through its webstream. This is the only full time radio station in Iligan City broadcasting locally and to the rest of the world via webstream in English Language. I always like to bring a radio with me when...

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  • Zipline at Iligan NPC Natures Park

    There have been many additions to NPC Natures park located a few short miles from the city proper. It is accessable by car, taxi or jeepney. NPC Natures Park is the home of the famous Maria Christina Falls, an Iligan landmark as well as being one of the prime attractions Iligan City has to offer. One of the most popular additions to the park in the...

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  • tinago falls

    it's an arduous trek down hundreds of steps but the "hidden" waterfalls is definitely worth each knee-wobbling step. ;)swim in its cold blue waters or rent a bamboo raft and pull yourselves towards the falls itself. either way, seeing tinago falls is definitely an iligan city must!no public transport roams the area so renting a jeep or a motorcycle...

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  • cultural

    one good thing about not being as "developed" as the booming CDO is that more and more people here appreciate the beauty and importance of art...and it's varied forms.Dance: the resident cultural dance troupe of MSU-IIT, IPAG is reknowned worldwide. the guild specializes in dance and theatre...by the way, they have a dance interp of the tale of...

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  • Hiking

    Iligan City is A City of Contrasts! Coastal areas with flat plains and mountainous areas! and Most of the waterfalls are in hilly areas that you have to hike up and down to visit these wonderful works of nature so when you are in iligan city. Walking and Hiking is just Natural!

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  • Iligan Bay

    Iligan Bay is the Area Around iligan City and nearby provinces of Zamboanga and Misamis Occidental. From Iligan City, there are ferry services to these areas and you can also swin here since the water is crystal clear (but the sands are brown). The bay aslso is a nice spot for pictures.

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  • Timoga Cold Springs Resort

    Timoga Cold Spring Resort is obviously a mountain spring resort hence it has icy cold waters flowing from the springs that you can have a bottle of beer dipped in the water and in 30 minutes viola! it's near ice cold!. It is also the most famous getaway in iligan City with about 5 resorts subdividing the whole water spring area. Entrance fee is 50...

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  • Macapagay-Arroyo Ancestral House

    The Ancestral House of The Current President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is here at the National Highway, just beside timoga cold springs resort. Although the president is from pampanga province, she grew up here in Iligan City. At Present You Can Take Pictures of the Place Outside since the place is off Limits to visitors.

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  • Tinago Falls

    Iligan City is known as the City of Majestic Waterfalls because it has 27 known waterfalls inside it's jurisdiction. Tinago Falls is one of those waterfalls, although smaller than the famed Maria Cristina falls at around 140 feet (Maria Cristina has a height of 870 feet), it is still quite an attraction due to the clear waters around it. It is...

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  • Tip for all foreigners: Please visit...

    I visited Tinago Falls in early October 2007 with my fiance. I have always been fascinated with waterfalls and their beauty. Coming from Canada, the only spectacualr waterfalls we have is the great Niagara Falls....and I wouldn't recommend swimming under them! But to swim near Tinago Falls was like a dream come true. It was just how I would imagine...

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  • Ride a Tartanilya

    Iligan is one of the few cities in the country where the calesa (local name: tartanilya) is still used as public transportation. Now mostly restricted to trips between the Pala-o Public Market and Tambakan area, a tartanilya typically can hold 4 passengers. Fare is PHP2.50 per person. Ride one now before they finally phase these out.

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  • Taking pictures~

    Tinago Falls is one of the most amazing waterfalls in the Philippines and of course in Iligan. A visit in Iligan wouldn't be enough if you can't pay a swim in this 55 ft. deep lagoon with the water flowing in the side! I recommend you to visit this one!

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  • Mimbalot Falls 2

    Another photo for this Falls! Most of the Iliganons haven't discovered this or haven't been here yet as nobody expects that this another falls will erect and of course with amazing cool waters..

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  • Mimbalot Falls 1

    A view of the rocks from the other side of the falls is beautiful..take alot of pics, I did and of course for VT and my satisfaction;-)

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  • Mimbalot Falls

    This amazing another waterfalls is just about 10 to 15 mintues walk from our house in Buru-un. It's another must see places in Iligan and worth it!

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    The last but not the least, thanks for taking the journey with me..A visit in this place is worth a while! did I say, my legs were shaking for steps down? Well, you can imagine, how did I do the steps to go back up?;-)

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    I will be back again and again..to witness the ever changing colours of this amazing beauty we can boot! Another pose with the Hidden Falls!

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    Another photo with the stunning waterfalls...even my pictures and words cannot do justice with this wonder!

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    The moment I saw the Amazing wonder for over 6 years again...It's still a breathtaking and indeed beautiful, is it?

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    The Tinago Falls as it was named, because it's Hidden throught the vast areas of trees and it really is situated in between the two mountains. A view from a far. I was trying to have a shot from the steps bt due to the shaking legs from there, I hardly even realized the it's one of the best part of going down...;-)

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    My gosh..I was thinking of going down there as fast as I could but mind you..my legs and feet are shaking! And until now, I still have body and legs pains..but it's worth everything;-) the stairs to paradise?

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    So, let's start the steep steps down! This place is very nice when I first went out last 1997, it was well-developed and even has nice garden and has a little zoo and playgrounds for childrens but due to the mis-management of the past owner the resort was being sherifed and closed for almost a year or two. Then, they just opened last January and...

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  • Take a journey w/ me in Tinago...

    Before proceeding to the lagoon, be sure to read this very important billboard before steeping for the very steep journey of 365 steps down!

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  • Take a journey with me in Tinago...

    We went out with my family around 2 in the afternoon as it's best to go down the stairs in not too hot. Before you get to the bottom part, you have to pay first the entrance fee of 15 pesos/person. The vehicles are free for parking. So, let's begin! The photo is the monkey, my li's sis gave him a banana!

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  • Religious Trip

    Another photo of the St. Michaels Cathedral outside. Pay a visit and roam around the small city. You can even buy some Maranao's best, a " Malong" for pasalubong!

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  • St. Michael's Cathedral

    Pay a visit to this Cathedral when visiting Iligan and ask for anything with these miraculous Snr. San Miguel de Archangel;-)

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  • Local People

    It's really nice and touching to pay a visit to those people living near the beachside where most of them witness the amazing sunsets and sun rises all over their lives! Some of them are taking care with their chickens;-) And some of their clothes are hang near the small boats;-)

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  • Ancestral Home

    Roots of our current President is located here in Iligan which is right beside @ Timoga Swimming Pools. The house is taken cared by the city officials.

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  • Splendid Swimming Pools

    After awhile of not being here, swimming was the first plan! Family and friends meeting was one of the best time in going home;-)

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  • Iligan City Fiesta!

    September 27-29 - Viva Sr. San Miguel The most awaited annual event by the Iliganons because of its being the biggest and most colorful showcase of cultural heritage of Lumad, Muslim and Hispanic Cultures. It is also a from of religious release for them.September 29 - Sinulog The Sinulog is the most attended and popular of the fiesta highlights....

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  • View the Tinago Falls

    Tinago Falls or Hidden Falls was named as "the sanctuary for weary souls who want to commune with nature",is very near in the place where I used to live. It means Tinago since its hidden around the big trees and is 300 steps down from the ground. Its blue water will capture your heart and its the time to relax more...The place also has a cave, I...

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  • The Famous Waterfalls in Iligan

    Maria Christina Falls, which is the main source of power for the surrounding districts and nearby provinces. Only 9 kilometers from the city, you can reach it by taking a jeepney ride from the pier to the Agus Bridge. From here, you can walk the rest of the way for about half an hour. The falls is more than 300 feet high and plunges into the...

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