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Lanao del Norte - The Rushing and Raging Mimbalut Falls


No two waterfalls are alike; and this makes me more excited to visit another. Mimbalut Falls is another must-see when visiting Iligan City. Located at Barangay Buru-un, near the boundary between Iligan City and the municipality of Linamon, it is frequented by locals and tourists because of its accessibility from the national road. At approximately 90 ft high, this breathtaking falls with cool refreshing waters is an ideal place for swimming and enjoy its strong water gushing from the top.



It is so lovely, untouched and natural. Surrounded by lush greens that makes it more alluring.




There are also picnic tables available for those who want to while away some time, enjoy the quiet scenery and listen to the sound of the strong water rushing down the stream.


HOW TO GET THERE
From the city proper, take a Buru-un route jeepney. Tell the driver to drop you at Iligan City National School of Fisheries or simply at the corner road to Mimbalut. Fare is 13.00 PHP and travel time is about 15-20 minutes. From there, take a habal-habal (motorcycle) and ask the driver to take you to the falls or you may walk for a few minutes by taking the off road trail beside the School.

ALSO READ:
A LOCAL'S GUIDE TO ILIGAN CITY: 8 Tips and Tricks for First-Timers


This is a part of my trip to the cities of Marawi, Iligan and Ozamiz last September 16-18, 2011. Iligan City in Lanao del Norte is the 38th province on my list and a part my 10th solo trip. Discover the places I've been to, the friendships I've made, the food I tasted and the experiences I gained as I explore the city of majestic waterfalls!
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18 comments :

  1. kakaiba talaga ang ganda ng falls.the sounds of the rushing water is relaxing.

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  2. wow!
    malamig yata dyan sa falls.

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  3. i met someone from iligan, and she bragged that their place have the best waterfalls.
    basing on your pictures, it looks true! via CDO daan right?

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  4. ang ganda ganda namaan dito .

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  5. Nice photos and angles! especially since Mimbalut Falls is so hard to photograph.

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  6. nahiya naman ako sa sarili ko. waaa once a week akong pumupunta ng iligan but i havent been here! >.< nice photos btw! GB on your adventures <3

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  7. @Simurgh - medyu po.. ramdam ko nga yung splash eh sa lakas ng waterfalls...

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  8. @Chyng - true! pwede ang CDO, 2 hours ways by bus.. pwede din via Ozamiz, mga 2 hours din... :)

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  9. @roman leo reyman - ahahaha!!! oo nga... lakas ng bagsak ng tubig talaga,..

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  10. @Marcos - hirap nga... hehehe!!! wow! thanks Marcos... :)

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  11. and because of this post im going to make sure that ill be able to visit the waterfalls! Godbless.

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  12. @THE NOMADIC FASHIONISTA - yeah, it's a must-see waterfalls and easiest to reach... :)

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