It is a three-tier waterfalls with a combined height of approximately 450 feet (in the photo is the lowest tier). It stands majestically in the midst of mostly untouched jungles of Datagan and Dagum in Bayog, Zamboanga del Sur, making Lupisan Falls' waters potable.
As of the moment, a river trail is the fastest way to the falls from the nearest settlement, which involves hopping over mossy rocks and crawling underneath misty woodland.
Truly, with its might, power and beauty, Lupisan Falls will put every beholder in complete awe and admiration. It can easily snatch the title as the highest, most majestic and most promising waterfall in this part of the country. (Writing credits to Alvin Rex M. Lucero.)
HOW TO GET THERE?
From Pagadian City, ride a Van to Bayog at Pagadian IBT. Fare is P120.00. If you are from Zamboanga City, you can get to Bayog through Buug, Diplahan or Imelda. From there, you can ride a Habal Habal to Bayog. Upon reaching Bayog Van Terminal, ride a Habal-Habal to Barangay Datagan. Fare is Php 300.00 (back and forth).
Ask the Driver to drop you at Datagan Barangay Hall. Upon reaching the place, coordinate immediately with the Barangay Officials and let them know of your purpose. CVOs will gladly escort you to the falls or ask a local to guide you to Lupisan Falls . No standard rates for guides.