How to Get To Iligan City
From Manila, the fastest and most convenient is to take a flight bound to Cagayan de Oro City.From Cagayan de Oro, take either bus, a taxi or rent a car and travel 89 kilometers to Iligan City or an estimated one hour drive.
The City’s public seaport serves passenger ships taking the Iligan-Cebu and Iligan-Manila routes.
Best time of the year to go and why:
- May 28 (during the National Flag Day), June 12 (for the Independence Day) and June 16 for the Charter Day Celebration. This is also known as the City’s Grand Triple Day Celebrations.
- September first week until the 29th is the City’s Diyandi Festival Sa Iligan. It is being celebrated as a folklore depicting the City’s patron saint, St. Michael, as the protector of peace.
- December – During the Christmas Season, the City is bustling with many activities.
Top Five Must Do's in the City:
- Visit Maria Cristina Falls, Mimbalot Falls, and Tinago Falls. Drop by the Macaraeg-Macapagal Ancestral House.
- Swim at Timoga Swimming Pool.
- Eat a city’s variant of Lechon and Buy Cheding’s Peanuts and Suka Pinakurat.
- Visit the Iligan City Hall and the Anahaw Amphitheater.
- Climb Mt. Agad-agad for a grand view of the city especially at night.
For more travel information, please contact the Iligan City Tourism Office with telephone nos. (063) 221-3426 c/o Bahay Salakot, Buhanginan Hill, Brgy. Pala, Iligan City. Visit the city website at www.iligan.gov.ph or at http://iligancitytourism.yolasite.com. Email queries at firstname.lastname@example.org
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