Balanghai Festival

Performers give their best dance moves as they take part in the Theater Float Competition highlighting Butuan City's Balanghai Festival.

Magellan's Anchorage in Butuan

Located in Masao Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte, this site is believed to be where Magellan landed and made blood compact with Raja Siaiu.

Pearl Farm Samal Suites

The Samal Suites are luxurious 2-storey Muslim-inspired suites that’s perfect for a small family or group.

White Island Camiguin

White Island off the volcanic island of Camiguin in the Philippines is an uninhabited white sandbar located about 1.4 kilometres (0.87 mi) off the northern shore of Mambajao. 

Mindanao Traditional Dress

To see typical traditional dress in the Philippines, it is worth to bring a visit to the more remote areas.

Davao International Airport

Davao International Airport (IATA: DVO), is the main airport serving Davao City and the busiest airport in the region of Mindanao.

Surfing in Mindanao

Whether you're a newbie trying to learn how to surf, or a veteran eager to conquer the waves, here's a list of 6 surf spots in Mindanao.

Dakak Beach

A longtime favorite for many beach goers, the nationally acclaimed Dakak Beach Resort maintains world-class services that when it comes to pampering its visitors, the classic hangout remains top of the rank.

Dahican Beach

A popular surf spot in the bustling city of Mati in Davao Oriental, the phenomenal white waves of Dahican attract a good horde of surfers and skim-boarders from across the country.

An Island of Beautiful Scenery

Explore Mindanao. Take a peek at Filipinos' history and culture mirrored by century-old churches, ancient forts and modern museums. See the best of nature in our white-sand beaches and three-layered virgin forests.

The Grand Mosque

The Grand Mosque occupies 5,000-square-metre area within a five-hectare prime property donated by the Dilangalen family, about 9 kilometers away from the city proper.

Tricycles in Mangagoy, Mindanao

Motorized tricycles are an indigenous form of public transport and built in a variety of styles which differ from city to city. All are built around an imported motorcycle. One variety has a cab completely enclosing the motorcycle and rider.

Halo Halo Filipino Dessert

Halo-halo (Tagalog: [haˈlo-haˈlo], "mixed together") is a popular Filipino dessert with mixtures of shaved ice and evaporated milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans, jello and fruits. It is served in a tall glass or bowl.

Kadayawan Festival

Davao City has often been thought of as place where everything seems to be “bigger than life.” It’s the country’s biggest city, it has the country’s largest bird, Philippine Eagle, and it has the Philippines’ highest peak, Mt. Apo.

Sta. Cruz Island

It’s really one of the country’s most beautiful stretch of beach! and we do have a lot of them.

Gumasa Beach

Now if you’d rather stick with the all-time favorite fine white sand beaches, then you can’t go wrong paying a visit to Sarangani’s famous Gumasa Beach.

Traditional Filipino Boats (Banca)

Bancas (traditional Filipino boats) are relatively robust if they run to ground since they have no deep-set keel or a centre board (sailing boat).

Lake Sebu

Visiting Mindanao wouldn’t be complete without going to one of Philippines’ cultural landscapes – Lake Sebu.

Philippines Jeepney

The Jeepney was once called the "Undisputed King of the Road". . . . . . but no longer. Indeed, once it was the symbol of Filipino creativity, innovativeness and ingenuity.

Fishing Boats on Beach

For stability in rougher waters, canoes can be fitted with outriggers. One or two small logs are mounted parallel to the main hull by long poles.