Location: Brgy. Santa Cruz, Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte Type: Block ledge waterfall During my ten-day Mindanao Solo Backpacking Trip on October 1-10, 2013, I visited Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte with the hope of going to its two waterfalls. But because of intermittent rains, I only managed to go to Cathedral Falls. Of course, I figured that a finer weather was required so I could cross river streams safely. And so I promised to myself that I will go back to Kapatagan quite soon. The Iligan Bloggers Society created that opportunity for me when they organized the Waterfalling Adventure Tour 3.0. And because I had threeRead More →

My Chasing Philippine Waterfalls Project got a lot further boosted. During my solo trips between February and October this year, I added into the list with several new waterfalls. And here are the top ten jaw-dropping waterfalls I visited. 1. Seven Falls of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato In one punishing yet rewarding Sunday afternoon, I was able to see, explore and get awed by the much talked about Lake Sebu’s Seven Falls. Read more here: Chasing Waterfalls: Seven Falls of Lake Sebu 2. Bomod-ok Falls of Sagada, Mountain Province Bomod-ok Falls is one of the most important and widely-visited destinations in Sagada. In May, IRead More →

Location: Brgy. Cathedral, Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte Type: Block ledge It had been raining during the first five days of my ten-day Mindanao backpacking trip. And because of that, I have not actually maximized my trip and some activities had to be rescheduled and condensed to accommodate them. As I left my 3-day stay in Pagadian City, I was hoping the weather would become great. I had two waterfalls and a provincial capitol to visit that day. When I arrived at Kapatagan, Lanao del Norte, the sky was gloomy and it was drizzling. As soon as I left the town center on board a habalRead More →