Food. History. Outdoor adventure. Get front-row seats in this activity-packed full-day excursion.
There’s more to Iligan than being Marawi’s neighbor. Challenge your impression. Break the stereotype. We are safe, and our community is thriving. Find out why the City of Majestic Waterfalls is worth a day trip.
The tallest waterfalls in the Philippines, Maria Cristina stands 98 meters and proudly provides 70% of Mindanao’s electricity. Legend has it that a tragic love triangle between sisters foretells the falls’ double water-drop structure. A popular landmark, Maria Cristina’s majestic beauty makes an excellent backdrop to any selfie (or two).
Considered as the first house where Philippine Presidents lived, the Macapagal-Macaraeg Ancestral House was declared a heritage site in 2002. This well-maintained abode is where the infamous portrait of a young Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the 14th President of the Philippines, can be found.
Any aspiring foodie will appreciate the various degustation the city offers. While Iligan is home to the famous Sukang Pinakurat and Cheding’s Peanuts, there are several secret food jaunts that only locals know: native lechon that rivals Cebu’s best, fried chicken that outtaste’s Chickenjoy, a café run by a Switzerland-trained restaurateur, and pizza that’s easy on the palette and the pocket.
Pick-up at your Iligan Hotel or Bus Terminal
Visit Iligan's Majestic Waterfalls
Visit the Ancrestral House
Picnic Lunch with Lechon
A short trek to Mimbalot Falls
Photostops at Iligan City Hall, Anahaw Amphitheater and St. Michael's Cathedral
Chedings peanuts, Pinakurat vinegar, Iligan Lechon
Selfie stop at scenic coastal signboard
Drop-off at hotel or bus terminal
The basic travel package includes everything you need to leave your boring life (for a few days).
Tour Exclusions: Airfare, other meals, transportation, baggage fees and tours not stated above
It's free! Just kidding, you have to pay.
Starts at ₱ 2,488 / pax