Name: CEDAR, meaning Center for Ecological Development and Recreation
Location: Impalutao, Impasugong, Bukidnon
Features: CEDAR, in Impalutao, Impasugong, Bukidnon is another adventure spot in the province. It is situated just beside the highway. It is equipped with a very cool manmade swimming pool, sourcing from the natural springs surrounding the area. CEDAR is also a reforestation project site of the tribe-dominated town of Impasugong. It has a camping site, venue, basketball court and picnic amenities. What makes CEDAR a popular tourist destination in the province is being home to three major waterfalls with three different river sources--- Gantungan Falls, Natugbasan Falls and Dila Falls.
|Gantungan Falls, 20 feet high|
|Natigbasan Falls, 30 feet high|
|Unnamed Falls, 15 feet high|
|Dila Falls, 50 feet high|
For more photos and adventures, please click CEDAR: Another Bukidnon's Weekend Getaway.
HOW TO GET THERE:
From Malaybalay City, take a bus bound to CDO. A 30-minute travel will take you to Brgy. Impalutao, Impasugong. Right beside the highway, a CEDAR sign board is clearly visible. From there, just hike around 1 km to reach all the major waterfalls.
From CDO, travel time to Impalutao takes about 2 hours by bus.