Local Government Websites Mindanao


Surigaodelsur
DAVAO TOURISM
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Cagwait
CAGWAIT
An attractive, diverse and sustainable environment as a Tourist haven and consolidation center of the province with healthy, empowered and peaceful inhabitants living in a competitive and progressive community and a governance that is effective and transparent.



Augusan
AGUSAN DEL SUR
Agusan del Sur is a promising paradise found in the northeastern part of Mindanao. It is the land of the proud and brave Agusanons, a land of multi-ethnic and cultural diversity. It is hidden in the vastness of 896,550 hectares of endless green carpets and undulating forest cover which envelope its half a million people with fresh mountain air. The long winding Agusan River passes through the middle valley of Agusan del Sur.
 
Bislig
BISLIG CITY
One of the widest in the country that is noted by most people as "the Niagara Falls of the Philippines". It has a 3 tiered falls with a total height of 55 meters and a bathing width area of 95 meters. Others features are presence of 3 islets at the swimming ground, cool atmosphere with presence of dipterocarp trees, ferns, orchids, and vine along bank of river; multi layered riverbed of stones skillfully crafted by nature; and formation of rainbow rays from 9 am to 11 am.
 
Bukidnon
BUKIDNON PROVINCE
Bukidnon - where lovely mountains high and forests old and grand, has a very rich cultural heritage that lingers in the present, made more pronounced in its annual celebration of the only authentic ethnic festival in the country, the Kaamulan.


Butuan
BUTUAN CITY
Welcome to a City that has seen over 1,683 years of recorded history! The original site of the First Easter Mass in Philippine Soil, here, the present nurtures the past and vice-versa. While the future waits promisingly in the wings. Come up close!


CabadbaranCABADARAN CITY
More than the historical attractions of preserved cultural heritage showcased by colonial period ancestral houses and 13th-14th century archeological artifacts, Cabadbaran City is likewise a budding ground for ecotourism with must-experience destinations like a trek to Mt-Hilong-hilong - Caraga’s highest peak or finding tranquility amidst the silence and beauty of the prayer mountain, a plunge in our breathtaking waterfalls, or the exciting journey inside mile long tunnels among many other adventure sites that awaits you.

Cagayan De Oro
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Whitewater kayaking in Cagayan de Oro river, Philippines is a totally different experience compared to whitewater rafting. The thrill and excitement is more intense than rafting because you are on your own. You can stay longer in a particular rapids or location as compared to a raft. You can even paddle upstream if the current is not strong enough. Making the most of it and having fun. It's a confidence building experience from put-in to take-out point. But we do it as safe as possible.

CotobatoCOTOBATO CITY
Cotabato City is a chartered City geographically surrounded by the Province of Maguindanao that belongs to the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). Yet the City is considered part of Region XII, not of ARMM. Based on the 2001 Plebiscite.  The city is situated in the lowest portion of Maguindanao province. The City of Cotabato with its 37 barangays spans an area with marked landscapes of flat, level to nearly level, very gently sloping to gently undulations to moderately sloping or rolling.

DavaoDAVAO CITY
Right at the pulse of the city in close proximity to the major points of commerce & recreation, rise the multitude of attractions that lures both local & foreign visitors. New standards of hospitality & service also await the business & leisure travelers as they visit Davao City’s places of interest, may it be historical, cultural, educational, manmade attractions, religious sites & other modern conveniences in beautiful settings.There’s always something to do in Davao City.

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GENERAL SANTOS CITY
Right at the pulse of the city in close proximity to the major points of commerce & recreation, rise the multitude of attractions that lures both local & foreign visitors. New standards of hospitality & service also await the business & leisure travelers as they visit Davao City’s places of interest, may it be historical, cultural, educational, manmade attractions, religious sites & other modern conveniences in beautiful settings.There’s always something to do in Davao City. Whether you prefer a quick tour around the metro, a more leisurely trip to Davao’s countryside, or shop for souvenirs, the possibilities for fun and adventurous activities are endless.

Gingoog
GINGOOG CITY
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Hinatuan

HINATUAN

The municipality is composed of 24 barangays including the four zones in the poblacion. Located in the eastern part of the municipality are the coastal barangays of Baculin, Harip, Campa, Portlamon, Cambatong, Talisay, San Juan, Tidman, Loyola, Lacasa, Aquino and Sto. Niño. On the northern part of Hinatuan River are barangay Pocto, Dugmanon, and Tiwi. On the southern part of Hinatuan River are barangay Roxas, Pagtiguian (Bitoon) and Maligaya.

Iligan
ILIGAN CITY
One of the more significant highlights of the fiesta celebration is an Iliganon tradition and cultural heritage — the San Miguel Comedia. The religious musical play is one of the country’s last surviving zarzuelas and considered a priceless heritage. Sadly, it is not particularly popular among the younger generation of Iliganons and needs wider exposure. The San Miguel Comedia depicts the fall of the proud and rebellious Lucifer over God’s faithful servant warrior St. Michael the Archangel.

Kidapawan
KIDAPAWAN CITY
Two hours away from Davao City is the City of Kidapawan, North Cotabato. As a city that lies at the foot of the majestic Mt. Apo, it offers adventure seekers with awesome sights, trekking destinations and other man-made and natural wonders. There are a lot of tourist spots and attractions, sights to enjoy and activities to do in Kidapawan City. One could enjoy strolling around the city, trekking to Lake Agco, swimming and nature-tripping, among many others. - See more at: http://www.pinoyadventurista.com/2013/07/kidapawan-north-cotabato-travel-guide.html#sthash.6WkAKMpT.dpuf
This majestic mountain offers adventure seekers with awesome trekking destinations and a lot of natural and man-made wonders. During your climb, you’ll pass by different environments – from swamps to grasslands, mossy forest and pine forest. You’ll also meet some interesting and exotic wildlife. Of course, there are no traffic jams or noise pollution here – only the simultaneous chirping of 272 species of birds, 111 of which are endemic to this mountain. And if you’re lucky enough, you may get to see the endangered Philippine Eagle.

Two hours away from Davao City is the City of Kidapawan, North Cotabato. As a city that lies at the foot of the majestic Mt. Apo, it offers adventure seekers with awesome sights, trekking destinations and other man-made and natural wonders. There are a lot of tourist spots and attractions, sights to enjoy and activities to do in Kidapawan City. One could enjoy strolling around the city, trekking to Lake Agco, swimming and nature-tripping, among many others. - See more at: http://www.pinoyadventurista.com/2013/07/kidapawan-north-cotabato-travel-guide.html#sthash.6WkAKMpT.dpuf
KoronadalKORONADAL CITY
Koronadal boast of its favorable geographical location, rich human and natural resources, and potentials conductive for trade business and Industry. It is endowed with scenic spots with high potential for tourist attractions. Among them are waterfalls in Barangay Saravia and Barangay San Jose, Caves in Barangay San Jose, a golf course in Barangay Mambucal and wildlife sanctuary in Sitio EL Gawel, Barangay Saravia.


Malaybalay

MALAYBALAY CITY
Malaybalay is established in June 15, 1887 from a mountain helmet into a pueblo, under the Spanish crown and was named “Oroquieta del Interior,” it became a sub-province of Agusan in 1910 and later separated as a new unit and became a province of Bukidnon with Malaybalay as the capital. On March 22, 1998, by the act of congress authored by the Late Congressman Reginaldo Tilanduca; RA 8490 signed by President Fidel V. Ramos declared Malaybalay City as the first component city of Bukidnon.

Mati
MATI CITY
It is no longer a secret that majority of the most beautiful places to explore in the Philippines are situated in the farther reaches of the country. And one of the several untainted tourism jewels that are yet to be recognized are those nestled in Mati City. Undeniably Mati is a great mixture of natural wonders, featuring several well-preserved white-sand beaches and a premier location for a lot of water sports activities such as skim-boarding, surfing, diving and snorkeling.

Oroquieta
OROQUIETA CITY
The town is quite extraordinary to visit. This is where one can enjoy nature, waters, sitting at the park and cultural festivals. Annually, various pageants and parades are held in the main boulevard featuring groups of townsfolk elegantly clothed reflecting the town’s ethnic roots.


Ozamiz
OZAMIZ CITY
As an emerging tourist destination, the City Tourism Office is now exploring the potential  attractions for  both  domestic and foreign visitors to be enticed to come and visit Ozamiz City. Mayor Reynaldo O. Parojinog Sr. has ordered  Mr. Jaime Tomada  Local Government  Department head-1 who is now  working  on the program  for the tourism  to promote  the newly discovered waterfalls (Cobra)   at  Sitio Tipan, Barangay  Stimson Abordo.


PagadianPAGADIAN CITY
Bounded by mountain ranges, tourists would notice that Pagadian’s topography is a bit like that of Hong Kong. You’ll find that most houses in Pagadian would have rising steps which lead to gated properties or houses. To me though, Pagadian’s hilly terrain is reminiscent of Baguio city. I always tell my mom that being in Pagadian is like being in Baguio because of the mostly overcast days, and the houses with rising steps at their doors or gates.


SamalSAMAL CITY
The home of the pristine beaches in Mindanao, Island Garden City of Samal- as what its name suggests, houses the awe-inspiring sceneries and bountiful natural attractions you surely need in your next getaway. It is a ferry away from Davao which you can readily access for a quick escape from the bustles of the city. Samal Island has been a tourist spot for decades because of its white sand beachline and well preserved laid back culture.

Siargao
SIARGAO ISLANDS
The best known surfing wave on Siargao with a worldwide reputation for thick, hollow tubes is "Cloud 9". This right-breaking reef wave is the site of the annual Siargao Cup, a domestic and international surfing competition sponsored by the provincial government of Surigao del Norte. The tide of Siargao is diurnal with tidal curves typically present especially on the east coast of the island.

 
Surigao Del Norte
SURIGAO DEL NORTE
Surigao del Norte consists of two major islands—Siargao and Bucas Grande—in the Philippine Sea, and a small region at the northernmost tip of the island of Mindanao. This mainland portion borders Agusan del Norte, and Surigao del Sur to the south. Surigao del Norte is a province of the Philippines located in the Caraga region in Mindanao. Its capital is Surigao City.

SurigaoSURIGAO CITY
Experience the warmth and hospitality of the Surigaonon people as you embark on an island hopping adventure - from the picturesque Basul Island, the mecca of game fishing in the Island of Danawan, a journey through the "floating" village of Day-asan, paddle along the emerald waterways amidst the lush mangrove forest of Manjagao and dip in the crystal blue waters of Sagisi Island. Explore the underwater wonders of Punta Bilar, Nonoc and other dive sites dotting the Surigao Strait.

TagumTAGUM CITY
Aside from Santacruzan, a variety of festivals are held almost each month.  There’s the famous Musikahan Festival in the month of February which showcases the musical talents not only of  those from Tagum but from the rest of the Mindanao region and even other parts of the country.  In March, the city becomes upbeat as it celebrates Panagtagbu Festival, the city’s founding anniversary. The month of May features the annual Summer Sports Festival while in August, the Durian Festival showcases the abundance of the exotic fruits.

TacurongTACURONG CITY
Talakudong Festival [September 18]. Also dubbed as the festival of hats, Talakudong Festival is a historical and cultural spectacle. It features the talakudong or kudong, a native head covering worn by the early settlers of the area and are still worn mostly by farmers in this present time. The festival is highlighted by street-dancing and field demonstrations that showcase the history of Tacurong from being a barrio of Buluan, Cotabato into a multi-cultural municipality of Sultan Kudarat and eventually into a progressive city. The dances are accompanied by the sound of bamboos and drums.

Tandag
TANDAG CITY
Tandag City is one of the oldest settlements in Caraga with great wealth of natural resources. The twin Islands of Linungao are said to be the living witnesses of the early Tandag. It is considered as the city’s icon. These are big and small islands with veritable havens of white sand, multi-faceted rocks fringed with skyscraping trees dominated by monkeys, species of birds and interestingly the habitat of age-old bats.

ZamboangaZAMBOANGA CITY
After all that sightseeing you might want to head to Pasonanca Park.Today though the quaint and cosy feel that the park used to have is gone. The small park has now been transformed to a huge park complex with three natural swimming pools (its water comes from the mountains), a flower garden, an aviary, and a butterfly farm. The surrounding area is known for its great dining and entertainment. The park, even transformed into something very modern and contemporary is still worth checking out though. Allot a full day in Pasonanca Park as it is a huge place. You might also want to pack food because there are not a lot of food stalls inside.


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