Iligan City is located in the southern coastal part of the Philippines, a first class city in the province of Lanao del Norte that plays a vital role in the progressive industry in Mindanao, housing more than ten industrial plants. The second largest city in Northern Mindanao next to Malaybalay in Bukidnon. It is a predominantly Christian settlers about ninety percent of the total population but a mixture of Muslim community. Home of the country’s steel industry, Mindanao’s electric power source and two elected Presidents of the republic, the Macapagals. Rich in cultural heritage as it showcase during Dyandi Festival, a festivity of its patron saint San Miguel Archangel in the month of September. Blessed by nature with twenty three waterfalls within its territorial landscapes earning the moniker ‘City of Majestic Waterfalls’.