Sagpulon Falls – The Alluring Waterfalls of Jasaan, Misamis Oriental

Sagpulon Falls is another magnificent tourist spot that you should not miss aside from Agutayan Reef and White Island which is particularly located in Brgy. San Isidro, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental.

The area is already developed before typhoon “Pablo” came and struck the area that caused several damages of the facilities. They turned it into a small resort provided with different facilities like cottages for rent, picnic tables at the minimum price and created a big basin or a man-made mini pools for the tourist who would like to go for swimming.


The waterfall is very unique and definitely stunning. It is different from the other falls that I’ve seen. It has a natural beauty having the widest wall covered with moss that filters falling water. It is surrounded by the trees and beautiful rock formations.

To give you idea how big the Sagpulon falls is, check out the photos below.

The closer look of Sagpulon falls covered with moss

Despite ‘no swimming’ signs, some can’t resist taking a dip in water like us. hahaha

Sagpulon Falls view showing the one-fourth of the entire height of the waterfall.

So if you wanna go swimming, make sure you bring your own life vest and rash guard because the water is very cool and deep. There is a restricted part in the falls the you should pay attention to avoid any accident like hit by the falling rocks.

Aside from swimming you can do fishing as well.


How to get there?

It takes almost an hour travelling from Cagayan de Oro to reach Jasaan. You can ride a jeepney or bus from Agora Terminal that will cost you 25 pesos and tell the driver or conductor to drop you off at the Spring View Resort. From there, you can ride “habal-habal” to reach the area which is situated few kilometers from the highway. Don’t worry because the road is already paved and very accessible.

As of now, the place is currently under construction and managed under government’s officials. It’s a big advantage for the tourists who would like to visit the place because it has no entrance fee. They will only allow the tourist to enter the premises for sightseeing but not open for swimming and bringing foods. The caretaker will inform you upon entering the place.

They built hanging bridge as another addition for the resort.



  1. Thank you for posting about this. I was told by one of my friends that there was a falls in Jasaan but we don’t know where it’s located and how to get there. Maybe, on my next visit, I’ll go there and it’s done being developed.

  2. Hi Krishna.. thanks for dropping by . The place is very accessible and majestic… and Im sure you will love the place… Actually it’s under construction with no swimming sign but they will still allow you to enter the place for sightseeing…

      1. Dili paliguan pero pwede ra maligo? 🙂 hehe

        Bitaw unza manang dili pwede mag dala ug pagkaon so magutman ta ana pud.. ehhe
        ka lisod mag picnic walay kan on ka gutom pud

        1. hi Sir,

          Sa among pag adto dadto, g ignan na me sa tigbantay nga ang place is good for sight seeing only since kmulo pa cla construct… pero kami sa among amigo wla me ktiis , naligo jud me maskin bawal.. dli lang kau me pduol jud sa falls ky basin ny mga bato manghulog ba.. madisgrasya.. pakilid lng me adto… pwede ka magdala og foods dadto ..

      2. Ask kulang po pwedi napo ba maligo at magdala ng pagkain po ba dyan gusto po kasi ng magulang na pomunta kami. Dyan kasama ng family ko at mga kaibigan ko

  3. Thanks for visiting and sharing one of the wonders of Jasaan Vic. 🙂
    Have you been to Agutayan White Island and our 180+ old Church?

    1. We are planning to go there, maybe this year… just heard na kailangan pag permit to visit agutayan… So far wla pa me time.. Hopefully mkalaag ko dha and knang 180+ old church…

    1. Bro..

      byahe ka davao to agora terminal cdo.. from agora sakay kag Pa jasaan na jeep. igna ang driver nga hunong ka sa springview resort. since sudlunon mana, pwede ka mka hire og habal2 pra maka-adto dadto sagpulon falls.. entrance fee 10 pesos.. 🙂

  4. Bro – ask ko pwde ba maligoan ang falls karon? Naa ko kaila ingon nga hugaw daw kuno kayo ang tubig ug dli safe gahapon… tinood na?

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