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Baganga, Davao Oriental

The Municipality of Baganga is a 1st-class municipality withinside the east coast part of  Davao Oriental province in the Philippines. It is the biggest municipality and town in land area and the province's 1st legislative district.  It has a populace of 58,714 inhabitants according to the 2020 census making it the third-biggest city in the provincial city of the province's 1st legislative district. 

Quick scape at Mati City - Davao Region

Mati City is located in the paradisiacal fiefdom of Davao Oriental. Time to go back to the megacity center before lunch after a community visit at Barangay Tambak. This is also the time for a short stop at the notorious mountain in the megacity called “ the Sleeping dinosaur” located along the public road in Barangay Badas.

The charming Islands of Davao Oriental - Mindanao

  Rich in nature, it is labeled as “The Wonder of Water Paradise” of the Davao Region. The most popular destinations that should not miss once you visit this province are; (1) The World Heritage site and a wildlife sanctuary of Mt. Haguimitan in San Isidro; (2) The historic place of Cape San Agustin in Governor Generoso; (3) Subangan Museum in Mati City, where the 7th largest preserved whale species in the world are displayed; (4) Pusan Point in Caraga, a place with a perfect glimpse to witness the New Millenium Sunrise, and; (5) Aliwagwag waterfalls or known as the stairways to heaven in Cateel.

Best Places to visit in the East Coast of Davao Oriental

  Davao Oriental is one of the beautiful provinces in the Davao Region that is blessed with world-class Tourist attractions and stunning places, so it is known as the  Wonders of Paradise . Davao Oriental is divided into two (2) political districts; the west coast fronting Davao gulf and Celebes sea, and; the East Coast is fronting the  Pacific Ocean. Davao Oriental relies on an agricultural-based economy, which mainly produces rice, lumber, and root crops.  In 2002, when the east coast of  Davao Oriental was devastated by category 5 by typhoon Pablo that destroys major parts of the town; many families lose their homes, livelihoods, and tourism attractions.

4 Interesting Places to visit in Baganga, Davao Oriental

Davao Oriental   is gaining popularity in the terms of beautiful and stunning places, making the province one of the tourism hubs in the Davao Region. Davao Oriental is separated into two (2) different political districts, the west coast fronting the Davao Gulf and Celebes sea and; the East coast facing the Pacific Ocean. Despite it, Davao Oriental’s town is so blessed with various heritage and natural blessings that bring unique identities in every place in Mindanao tourism destination.   This travel article will bring you to one of Davao Oriental’s small towns, not so famous, but full of abundant tourism attractions that belong to  Wonders of Paradise . An exception from the hospitality of the people, which is a common behavior of Filipino, here are the most wonders that  Baganga excites you to visit.

Things to do places to visit in Mati City

Mati is a fifth-class City and the capital of Davao Oriental Province or known as the "Wonders of Paradise" blessed with many attractions and places that can be explored in short visits; featuring its beautiful islets, beaches, Historical attractions, and stunning sceneries.  Mati is from the Mandaya word   Maa-ti , which refers to the creek downtown that dries quickly even in heavy rains. Mandaya language is widely spoken by the locals, but they can also communicate using Cebuano, Tagalog, and English languages.     

The Waniban Island of Mati City, Davao Oriental

  No wonder that Davao Oriental in the Philippines adheres to its “Water Wonders” namesake; apart from awning magnificent Aliwagwag Waterfalls In Cateel and the shining Campawan Curtain Waterfalls in Baganga, this province is also surrounded by beautiful islands and panoramic beaches. 

Things you need to know before visiting Dahican | Mati City

Dahican coastline is seven kilometers stretch representing its fine sand, crescent shape beach line girded with coconut trees where you can spend your full vacation. Located in Barangay Dahican, in Mati City,   Davao Oriental   in the Philippines, Dahican Beach is known for beautiful beaches, turtle sanctuaries, skimboarders, surfers, and beach lovers. Beach resorts in front of the coastlines offer affordable accommodations either for small or large groups. 

The Campawan Falls of Davao Oriental - Mindanao

  No wonder that Davao Oriental earned the namesake “Wonders of Paradise” in the provinces of Davao Region, Philippines. From abundant landscapes, white-sand beaches, and beautiful Islets that marked Davao Oriental in Tourism heaven in years to come.   Aliwagwag falls in Cateel marked the highest waterfalls in the Philippines while another water nature reserve from the first-class municipality of Bangaga is known to be the widest and best curtain falls in Davao Region.       

The highest waterfalls in the Philippines | Aliwagwag falls, Davao Oriental

  Aliwagwag Waterfalls is part tropical lowlands rainforest of Aliwagwag Protected Landscape located in the 2nd class Municipality of Cateel, East Coast of Davao Oriental in the Philippines.  Cateel is much known when it comes to Agriculture to support the needs of more the forty (40) thousand populations. But in 2012, the town is severely affected by category 5 typhoon Pablo that destroys major parts of the town; many families lose their homes, livelihoods, and the Aliwagwag Falls. 

The Triplets Lighthouse and the Parola Beach of Cape San Agustin, Governor Generoso - Davao Oriental

Cape San Agustin is situated in Barangay Lavigan town of Governor Generoso, the farthest point in the Philippines fronting the Celebes Sea while Davao Gulf is on the other side. It has three lighthouses built that served as the guide to all ships passing through the Gulf. Waves observed sound roaring wild elegantly playing with coral rocks while wind whispering throughout the Cape.

Hop time at Puhada Island in Mati City, Davao Oriental

  Puhada is an Island located in Mati City, Davao Oriental, a 30 minutes boat ride to the community of Dahican. The Island has 150 hectares wide most partly are forests with a small fresh lake at the center and the finest white sand around the shore.  It is privately owned, underdeveloped but yet still one of a virgin Island I been visited this year.

The historic Pusan Point - Caraga, Davao Oriental

  Pusan Point   is a 15 minutes ride from National Highway with about a 9-kilometer distance from its point. L ocated in Brgy. Santiago, Caraga, Davao Oriental; almost a two-hour drive from the Capital City of  Mati . Pusan Point was once recorded in world history catching the perfect glimpse of   “First Millennium Sunrise”  in the year 2000.

Davao region | The best resort in Banaybanay, Davao Oriental - Bonhomie Leisure resorts

Davao Oriental is a province in the Davao Region in the Philippines that is famously known for the World Heritage Park- Mt. Haguimitan situated in San Isidro, Aliwagwag Waterfall in Cateel, and the Surf Capital of Davao - the Mati City. However, most towns in this province are trying to cope up with tourism development spots particularly the beach resorts.

Camiguin | Morning grind at the White Island

Situated in the Northern Island of Mindanao, Camiguin is considered the second smallest province in the Philippines. Camiguin Island has seven (7) volcanos in total including the famous Mt. Hibok Hibok that erupted in the 1950s. Old folks believe that this island exists throughout volcanic eruptions way back in time. With namesake “Islands-born of fire”.  Yet the volcanic Island of Camiguin is described as the most peaceful Island paradise in the country, blessed with several tourist attractions, spring, beaches, waterfalls, and the people that make tourists are mumble staying here.

The underrated tourists attractions of Davao Oriental

Davao Region is very famous for many spots that can offer to every tourist plus people's hospitality and generosity. You could enjoy and bump into many resorts, the finest restaurants, and nightlife. Aside from that, Davao has a lot of places you could take your memorable vacation experience especially if you travel outside the Central City. If you looking for many attractions, historical places, and beaches you should explore the Province of Davao Oriental definitely worth for your budget this summer

Visiting Cateel amid Pandemic - Aliwagwag Falls, Hanging bridge

After visiting the town of Lingig in Surigao Del Sur, we headed straight to Cateel in the province Davao Oriental for an hour and a half drive. Town of the famous and the highest waterfalls in the whole Philippines - the Aliwagwag Waterfall. Cateel is a 2nd class municipality located on the east coast part of Davao Oriental. It has a population of 44, 207 people according to the 2020 census. 

Governor Generoso; The new tourism heaven in Davao Region

Governor Generoso is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Davao Oriental and named after Sebastian T. Generoso, a former governor of the Davao Region. The total population estimates of more than 51 thousand people covering 20 barangays; Tibanban serves as a commercial center of the town.  

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