The first thing which comes to mind when someone mentions Iligan City in Lanao del Norte is the majestic Maria Cristina Falls which is one of the most replendent among the falls in the Philippines. It stands 320 feet high and is the veritable source of industrial power in the region. Trust me, there's more to Iligan than just the Maria Cristina Falls... There's also the two-tiered Limunsudan Falls which is the highest in the country that measures 870 feet and several other waterfalls which are all worthy of a visit.Located at the northwestern coast of Mindanao, bounded on the south by the municipality of Linamon of Lanao del Norte; on the north by Lugait, Misamis Oriental; on the east by the territories of Lanao del Sur and Bukidnon; and on the west by Iligan Bay.
From Luzon or Visayas, the fastest and most convenient way to get to Iligan is by air to Cagayan de Oro (CDO). From CDO you can take a bus and travel 86 kilometers to Iligan.
Othere Points of Interest in Iligan:
Macapagal-Macaraeg Ancestral House - The ancestral house of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
Anahaw Open Amphitheater - It is the biggest open amphitheater in Mindanao and it is the best site to view Iligan City.
Timoga Cold Spring - It has pristine, cool and crystal clear waters freely flowing towards several swimming pools
"Adlaw sa Iligan" festival commemorates the founding of the city every 16th of June and every 27th of September the city holds the "Kasadya Festival" (literally means merry making) features Iligan's best dances.