Limunsudan Falls

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A two-tiered waterfall located in Sitio Limunsudan, Barangay Rogongon, Iligan City.

Height: 870 feet (265.176 meters; 290 yards)
Location: 55 kilometers away from Iligan City proper

How to get there:
1. Through Cagayan de Oro City, then Talakag, then to Barangay Pigcutin. This is the quickest route.
– If you don’t have a private vehicle, you must prepare 500 pesos for habal-habal (motorcycle transportation), that’s already two-way.
– If you have your own transportation, use a 4×4 or a 6×6 all-terrain vehicle.

2. Through Iligan City, then to Digkilaan, then Barangay Rogongon, would take so long because of the inaccessible road for vehicles. One must walk getting there, and it would take days.

READ:  Move on na tayo boys!

It’s a one adventurous bumpy ride of a lifetime.

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Limunsudan Falls

  1. Dear

    I live in Belgium and in August, I travel to the Philippines with a friend of mine. We have Limunsudan Falls on our bucket list too, we really want to see this waterfall! But I have a few important questions about this.

    If we go through Cagayan de Oro, how long will it take to get there?
    Can we just ask someone to take us there?
    Is it safe to go there via this route? Cause I read a few comments and reviews about its safety…

    Thank you!

    1. You have to tell their village chief once you get there, to let them know about your presence. This is respecting them, and also for your protection, they might mistake for somebody else.

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