Iligan City Tour

Upon booking this tour, you will be taken to the following places:

  • Maria Cristina Falls


Brief history/description: Also called “Twin Falls,” it is one of Iligan City’s main landmarks – and the reason as to why Iligan City is also called “The City of Majestic Waterfalls.”  There are many speculations, in the form of legends, as to how the falls acquired its name.

  • Tinago Falls


Brief history/description: Its name, Tinago, means “hidden” in English, with the falls being hidden in a deep ravine in Barangay Ditucalan in Iligan City. The falls is also known for its clean, picturesque waters and its incredible height of 240 feet.

  •  Cheding’s Peanut Store Inc.


Brief history/description: This particular store has been in Iligan for decades. These peanuts have been commented on several times as “tasty” and are considered as the pride of Iligan City. Hence numerous tourists and travelers flock the store to take home its delicacies there.

  • Macaraeg-Macapagal Ancestral House


Brief history/description: The ancestral house is considered as the first house in the Philippines where two of its presidents lived: Diosdado Macapagal, the 9th president of the Philippines; and his daughter Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the 14th president of the Philippines. Then it was declared as a heritage house by the National Historical Institute on August 14, 2002.

  • Iligan’s House of Palapa and Pasalubong Center


Brief history/description: Housed by this establishment are various wares which tourists can buy and bring home to their family and friends, like Cheding’s Peanuts, Sukang Pinakurat, and Piaya.

Rate: 3,000 php

Tour inclusions: all-in transport and diesel,


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