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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Breathtaking Marangig Falls at Mt. Candalaga, Maragusan, Compostela Valley

Marangig Falls Maragusan

Marangig Falls serves as an entry to climbing Mt. Candalaga. It is a system of waterfalls consisting of 13 levels surrounded by trees and different shrubs.

According to legend, Marangig Falls is home to a ship known as Donya Marangig. Once in a while, residents would hear the blow of the horn and see that the river's waters have overflown. The shifting of the water, according to the locals, means that the ship is moving but the ship is invisible.

Marangig Falls Maragusan

The province is one of the untapped natural gems of the country. Its thick, undisturbed forest serves as home to numerous endemic and endangered flora and fauna. These include the Rafflesia, the world’s biggest flower. Marangig Falls peak season is during Holy Week, as mountaineers never fail to discover what inside on this forest. You too, don't miss to visit this place and enjoy the breathtaking nature and indulging waterfalls.

Aside from this, Compostela Valley has several scenic spots waiting to be ‘discovered’ for the world to see.

Location: Mt. Candalaga, Maragusan, Compostela Valley
Provincial Tourism Office, Office of the Governor, Compostela Valley
Tel. No.(084) 376-0140

Contact them if you need a guide and help for Maragusan accomodations.

1 Responses to “Breathtaking Marangig Falls at Mt. Candalaga, Maragusan, Compostela Valley”

Francis James Mendiola said...
March 1, 2013 at 12:52 PM

can u post how to get here from Davao City?
:D


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