Malindang Mountain Resort
A favorite tourist destination of big groups who want to commune with nature. The place is owned and managed by Rogelio Mabanag, one of the most outstanding farmers in Zamboanga del Sur.
A big island has an area of 1.1057 hectares and is a 7-10 minute ride by motorboat from the seaport. It has artificial coral reefs and is ideal for swimming, boating and fishing.
A smaller, still underdeveloped, island is submerged during high tide and also ideal for swimming and fishing.
A stretch of white sand beach just five minutes via motorboat southeast of the seaport. Clear, deep, blue waters (even at low tide) are ideal for swimming and diving.
Found in the town of Labangan, 12 kms. from Pagadian City, and covering an area of 400 square meters. It is the source of water for the Labangan irrigation system. Two kilometers from the area is the 134-hectare Home Defense Center. The falls can be reached easily by any motor vehicle. With the opening of the PADAP road, Pulacan Falls became a beautiful camping and picinic site. It now has a permanent Boy and Girl Scout site with facilities and has been the location of regional and provincial jamborees.
Located in barangay Bomba, about 2 kms. from Pagadian proper, available for fishing and swimming with a bomba bridge and shed as well as a coral reef. Under study for development.
Mt. Susong Dalaga
Found in barangay Lourdes, 32 kms. from Pagadian proper and 10 kms. from the barangay center, Susong Dalaga is a semi-perfect cone with good forest cover. It can be reached by horseback.
Also located at barangay Lourdes, about 32 kms. from Pagadian proper. Ideal for bathing.
This one's in barangay Lison Valley, 42 kms. from the Pagadian poblacion. Mt Pinokis is 2 kms. from Mt. Susong Dalaga as 12 kms. from barangay Lourdes. The mountain features virgin forests inhabited by monkeys and gorillas. It can also be reached by horseback and is now under study for development.
Located in barangay Manga, just 7 kms. from the Pagadian poblacion. This is a two-layered cascading fall surrounded by huge trees which are home to white monkeys. Still under study.