Pulacan Waterfall is a beautiful attraction in Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur province, the Philippines offering pristine nature and an ideal place for picnic and adventure. Besides a tourist attraction; the waterfall is also part of irrigation system in Labangan.
The waterfall is different from the other waterfalls in the province because it has rock terraces and cascades down in small pools formed in the rocks. Be sure to bring the camera so you can take pictures of the beautiful waterfall and its surrounding nature.
Swimming is allowed here and you can do that in the small pools above or in the large pool at the bottom of the waterfall. Be carefull at the small pool as the nearby rocks can be slippery.
If you want to stay longer you can build your tent here as well. There is a campsite which is used for scout activities and provincial jamboree regularly.
Pulacan Waterfall is located about 12 km from the city center of Pagadian and accessible by all motor vehicles. Since the PADAP Road was opened you can reach the waterfall easily and the journey will take about 30 minutes.