Chasing Waterfalls: Sagpulon Falls, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental

Chasing waterfalls could really become my lifestyle.  I’m loving all the falls I have been to and this one is no exception. Sagpulon Falls in Barangay San Isidro, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental is a 150 feet drop of cascading vertical waters. Surrounded by mountains and coconut trees, the easy access to the falls made it a favorite hangout both for the locals and the visitors.  The way to the falls is paved and cemented, so no worries about bumps and humps on the way.  Parking area is large and safe.

There are several man-made swimming pools in the area if you are scared of swimming in the falls’ catch basin.  The waters from the pools are flowing and are coming from the nearby springs.

One must pay a PhP50.00 for entrance fee and walk ahead for 300 meters to reach the falls. Small cottages dotted the area for a price and there is a viewing deck constructed by the LGU of Jasaan.

HOW TO GET THERE

From Cagayan de Oro,  proceed to the Agora Terminal and ride a bus or a jeepney heading to Jasaan.  Ask the driver or the conductor to drop you off at Spring View Resort along the highway in Jasaan.  From Spring View you can hire a habal-habal to take you there.

From Butuan City, proceed to Langihan Terminal or Robinsons Mall Terminal and ride a bus bound for Cagayan de Oro. Ask the conductor to drop you off a Spring View Resort along the highway in Jasaan. From there hire a habal-habal to take you to Sagpulon falls.

 

 

 

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