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Talaingod, Davao del Norte | Things to do, Interesting places to visit

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Talaingod Municipality is a second-class municipality in  Davao del Norte Province, Philippines. As of the 2020 census, it has a population of 28,333. The city was incorporated under Republic Law No. 7081 on January 29, 1991. The community was formerly part of Kapalong and politically subdivided into 3 barangays, Dagohoy, Palma Gil, and Santo Niño.

Tagum City, Davao del Norte

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Tagum City is the 1st magnificent component City and capital of Davao del Norte, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a populace of 296,202 people  making it the maximum populous component town in Mindanao.

Santo Tomas, Davao del Norte

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Santo Tomas is a 1st class municipality in the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines famous for its sweetest Bananas and home to a diverse mix of cultures with Mandaya and Ata Manobo. The population is mainly Cebuano. The municipality covers an area of ​​221.80 square kilometers or 85.64 square miles, which is 6.48% of the total area of ​​Davao del Norte. The household population of Santo Tomas in the 2020 Census was 128,667 broken down into 30,750 households. The age group with the highest population in Santo Tomas is 5 to 9 and the age group with the lowest population is 80 and over.

San Isidro, Davao Del Norte, Tourism and History

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The Municipality of San Isidro is a 5th-class municipality in the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines, with an abundance of eco-cultural wonders and one of the quickest eco-tourism sites withinside the province and a getaway for fun, thrill, learning, and adventure. It has a population of 27,233 people according to the 2020 census. San Isidro was created on June 26, 2004, after the ratification of Republic Act (RA) No. 9265. On June 2, 2022, RA No. 11814, the act renaming San Isidro as Sawata, as well as it's municipal proper, Barangay Sawata as Poblacion, lapsed into law.

Island Garden City of Samal, Davao del Norte

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The Island Garden City of Samal is a 4th class city in the province of Davao del Norte,  Philippines. The Igacos or famously known as Samal is part of the  Davao metropolitan area and is two kilometers away from Davao City, the largest city and the main economic center of Mindanao. The name Samal derives from the Sama Bajau peoples, the indigenous people who were the first inhabitants of the island. It has a population of  116,711 inhabitants, according to the 2020 census.  Brief History In the past, the inhabitants of the island named a place for which this place was known; the  Peñaplata is said to derive from the word "pineapple" due to the abundance of pineapples in the area; This is a popular etymology, however, as Peñaplata literally means "silver rock" in Spanish.  Later on, Spain controlled to triumph over the island withinside the past due 1840s while Nueva Vergara (Davao City today) became established.  Japanese forces occupied the island and pressured hum

Tourist spots in Panabo City history and Celebrations | Davao Del Sur

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Panabo is a 3rd class component city in the province of Davao del Norte with a total population of 209,230 people, according to the 2020 census. Panabo City covered an area of 25,123 hectares and is also part of the Davao Metropolitan Area located between Carmen town and Davao del Sur's boundary, Davao City.  The local government unit of Panabo was created into a component city of Davao del Norte by virtue of Republic Act No. 9015 and ratified by the residents in a plebiscite held on March 31, 2001. It was bordered by the shores of Davao Gulf to the east, by Davao City to its west and south, and by some of the municipalities of Davao del Norte in the north. 

The Eco-tourism Capital of Davao Del Norte| New Corella - Mindanao

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The Municipality of New is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 57,913 people.  The municipality has a land area of 250.00 square kilometers or 96.53 square miles constituting 7.30% of Davao del Norte's total area. Based on these figures, the population density is computed at 232 inhabitants per square kilometer or 600 inhabitants per square mile. Finally, the old dependent population consisting of the senior citizens, those aged 65 and over, total 5.00% (2,743) in all. 

Things to do in Kapalong, Davao Del Norte

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Kapalong is a 1st class municipality in Davao Del Norte, Philippines, considered one of the oldest towns in the province founded on July 8, 1948, when the founding district of Tagum split, other were Tagum, Oanabi, San Isidro, Santo Tomas, and Kapalong between 1941 to 2004 respectively.   It has a five-hectare botanical lawn inside a giant banana plantation, wherein a big selection of waling-waling and cattleya orchids thrive. The city additionally has a five-hectare botanical and floral lawn internal a giant banana plantation. Various animal species, along with the endangered Philippine eagle, mouse, deer, and tarsier, are stated to wander withinside the area. Situated throughout the Municipal Hall of Kapalong is the brand new Town Square cum Theme park.    © Cham Estrera

Things to Do in Carmen, Davao Del Norte

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The municipality of Carmen is a 1st class municipality in the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines. Carmen is a coastal municipality with a total population of 82,018 people,  according to the 2020 census. Its coastal arrears are relied upon with the aid of using the fisher oldsters as an essential supply of livelihood along with dust-crab fattening and fishing. A bastion of courageous Filipino infantrymen, this once-battleground is now a historic shrine in Davao del Norte. The metropolis is likewise recognized for its great rice fields and wealthy marine resources. 

Municipality of Dujali, Davao Del Norte

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Braulio E.Dujali Municipality is located in  Davao del Norte Province, Philippines with a total population of 35,729 people, According to the 2020 census. January 30, 1998, when this town was defined through the Republic Act No.8473, carved from parts of Panabo and Carmen and named after Braulio Española Dujali, leader of the first group of settlers to arrive from southern Cotabato.

Municipality of Asuncion, Davao Del Norte

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Asuncion is a 1st class municipality withinside the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines with a population of 61,893 people, according to the 2020 census.  Previously referred to as Saug, Asuncion is a landlocked municipality withinside the coastal province. The municipality has a land place of 297.39 rectangular kilometers which constitutes 8.69% of Davao del Norte's general territory. 

Davao Del Norte, Region XI

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Davao del Norte is a province withinside the Philippines positioned withinside the Davao Region in Mindanao. The present-day Davao Region is coterminous with this former province. Davao del Norte is likewise acknowledged as "The Banana Capital of the Philippines. Davao del Norte had a populace of 1,125,057 withinside the 2020 census. The populace density became 297/km2 (768/sq mi). The primary languages spoken are Cebuano and Davawenyo. English and Filipino also are extensively spoken. Talaingod is the house of many indigenous agencies in Davao del Norte, with a maximum of them Lumads and Aetas.

Engaging natures of Uma sa Taba, Carmen Davao del Norte

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  There are a bunch of places here in the Philippines that will give you a perfect bonding with your families and friends but most of us always think about those places which are famous, beautiful and well-known attractions. Why not try to go places, where popularity does not recognize but yet gives you even more breathtaking experienced than typically expensive places for your trip with the same happiness, can be given to you.

Davao Del Norte | Things to do in Bay Walk - Panabo City

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Panabo City - one of the fastest-growing cities in the province of Davao Del Norte, located in between Davao City and Tagum City. Not so famous in terms of tourism spots compared to neighboring towns like Samal Island, Tagum, and Davao City, but there are places that families and colleagues can be enjoyed with a lesser budget to spend; one of those, the Bay Walk Area!

Mindanao | Things to Do in Panabo City, Davao Del Norte

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Panabo City is a 3rd class city in the province of Davao Del Norte located on the border of Metro Davao with a population of more than 180 thousand people and one of the fastest-growing cities in the Davao Region.  It is formerly known as Magugpo (an old barangay of Tagum) and was originally inhabited by the native group of Aetas that directly engage in hunting using the bow and arrow   (Pana sa Baboy)  and root crops production as their daily diet.  In the 20th century, Panabo became the center of trade or known as Taboan, immigrated by the Christians, then later, the indigenous group moved to the highland.

Davao Del Norte | Interesting Things to Do in Sto. Tomas

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  Bananas haven, first impression that you will say when entering the municipality of Santo Tomas.  Previously known as Tibal-og, home of the "tribong lumad" called Ata-Manobo inhabited in the lush forest in current days.   Located in between the municipality of Kapalong (north), Davao City (west), Asuncion (east), and Kapalong on the east side; this town is one of the fastest-growing municipalities in Davao Del Norte province in which economy is dependent on the multi-national corporations and cooperatives connected to banana-based production while rice is very significant in helping the economic development of the community.

The hidden Gem of New Corella, Davao Region

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New Corella is a 2nd class municipality in Davao del Norte province in Davao Region, the Philippines with more than 54 thousands inhabitant. This town is known in the field of agriculture which serves as the major source of livelihood for every citizen that produces rice, vegetables, bananas, and other root crops. Most of their products are brought to Tagum City, the capital of Davao Del Norte.

Things to Do in the Island City of Samal

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The Island City of Samal or locally known as Igacos is a 4th class city in the province of Davao Del Norte located just 15 minutes away from Davao City. The city's economy is dependent mainly on agricultural and livestock production that is primarily sold in Davao City. Samal Island was tag by many travel goers as exotic and unspoiled with the priceless scenic beauty of surroundings. 

Things to DO in the province of Davao Del Norte

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Davao Del Norte is one of the provinces covered by Davao Region with a total of almost 3,427 square kilometers located in the border of Agusan Del Sur, Bukidnon, Compostela Valley, and Davao City. Its economy depends on Agriculture and gold mining, in fact, this province is the biggest producer of Bananas exported overseas, no wonder the province earns its namesake as “the Banana Capital of the Philippines”. 

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