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Why Senator Ninoy Aquino town is the Ultimate Destination for Adventure Seekers | Sultan Kudarat

Senator Ninoy Aquino (SNA) or famously known as Culaman is a small town withinside the province of  Sultan Kudarat, Philippines. Located in the southern part of the province, it is famous for its vast agricultural areas and natural attractions. Culaman's history dates back to pre-colonial times when it was inhabited by various indigenous groups including the T'boli and Manobo. Kulaman is a region of the Philippines known for producing high-quality Arabica coffee beans. The area is in Sultan Kudarat Province, which is part of the larger Mindanao Island. The coffee produced in Kulaman is grown at high altitudes, which helps give the beans their distinctive flavor profile. The climate and soil conditions of the region also contribute to the quality of the coffee.  Kulaman coffee is often described as having a smooth and balanced taste with hints of chocolate and fruit. It is typically medium to full-bodied and has low acidity. The local coffee industry in Kulaman has been growing

Safety Tips and Travel Guide to Tulunan, Cotabato for First-time Visitors.

Tulunan is a 3rd-class municipality located in Cotabato in the southern  Philippines. According to the 2020 Census, the city covers an area of ​​370.51 square kilometers and has a population of about 50,000. Tulunan is made up of 22 barangays (villages), each with its own identity and character. The city is known for its diverse cultures and ethnic groups, including the Maguindanao, Maranao, and Ilonggo peoples. The economy of Tulunan is primarily based on agriculture, with crops such as bananas, coconuts, and mangoes being the main products. The town also has a number of small businesses and enterprises, including sari-sari stores, eateries, and other retail establishments. Tulunan is home to several natural attractions and popular tourist destinations in the region. The town also has a number of cultural and historical landmarks, such as old churches and colonial-era buildings, which serve as a testament to its rich history and heritage. Tulunan is also home to a number of cultural a

A Guide to Exploring Magpet's Natural Wonders | North Cotabato

Magpet is a municipality located on the eastern side of the province and is bordered by the municipalities of Arakan to the north, Kidapawan City to the west, and President Roxas to the south.  Magpet, formerly known as Magpete, is a municipality located in the province of North Cotabato in the Philippines. The town was originally part of the municipality of Midsayap but became an independent municipality on September 17, 1956, by virtue of Executive Order No. 209 issued by President Ramon Magsaysay. The name Magpet is believed to have originated from two local words, "mag" which means "people" and "pet" which means "a place where water is abundant". This reflects the town's history as a place where people settled due to the abundance of water from the various rivers and springs in the area. Magpet has a rich cultural heritage that is deeply rooted in the traditions of the Manobo and Ilonggo tribes. The town's cultural diversity can be se

The Top Attractions to Visit in M'lang Cotabato

M'lang is a municipality located in the province of Cotabato, in the southern part of the Philippines. M'lang is situated in the central part of Cotabato province. It is bordered by the municipalities of Carmen to the north, Midsayap to the east, Tulunan to the south, and Aleosan to the west. According to the 2020 census, M'lang has a population of around 98,000 people. Brief History The area was originally inhabited by the Manobo people, who were skilled hunters and farmers. The Manobos lived in small, self-sufficient communities and were known for their resistance against the Spanish colonizers. During the American colonial period, M'lang was part of the municipality of Midsayap. It was only in 1959 that M'lang was officially declared a separate municipality by virtue of Executive Order No. 370. The town was named after a river that flows through the area. In the early years of its existence as a municipality, M'lang was primarily an agricultural town, with mo

How to Spend a Perfect Day in Libungan, North Cotabato

Libungan is a municipality located in the province of Cotabato, in the southern part of the Philippines. Libungan is situated in the northwestern part of Cotabato province. It is bordered by the municipalities of Alamada to the north, Midsayap to the east, Pigcawayan to the south, and Carmen to the west. According to the 2020 census, Libungan has a population of around 57,000 people. Brief History Libungan has a rich history that dates back to the pre-colonial period. The town was originally inhabited by the Manobo people, who were skilled hunters and farmers. The Manobos were known for their fierce resistance against the Spanish colonizers, who arrived in the area in the late 1800s. During the American colonial period, Libungan was part of the municipality of Kabacan. It was only in 1948 that Libungan was officially declared a separate municipality by virtue of Executive Order No. 109. The first mayor of Libungan was Datu Bua Tamayo. In the early years of its existence as a municipali

Exploring the Rich Culture and History of Kidapawan City: Fun things to DO

Kidapawan City is a city located in the province of Cotabato on the island of Mindanao in the southern Philippines. It is the capital city of the province of Cotabato and is part of the Soccsksargen region. Kidapawan City is located at the foot of Mount Apo, the highest mountain in the Philippines. Kidapawan City covers a total land area of 336.40 square kilometers and is composed of 40 barangays or villages. As of the 2020 census, the city has a population of around 151,000 people. The economy of Kidapawan City is largely agricultural, with rice, corn, coconut, and various fruits being the main crops grown in the area. The city is also home to several industries such as furniture-making, handicrafts, and food processing. In recent years, Kidapawan City has been promoting its tourism industry, particularly its natural attractions such as hot springs, waterfalls, and natural parks. The city is also known for its annual Timpupo Festival, which celebrates the bountiful harvests of the cit

Discovering Tampakan's Hidden Gems: Off-the-Beaten-Path Destinations Worth a Visit

Tampakan is a municipality in South Cotabato province situated at the foot of Mt. Matutum and is home to diverse ethnic groups, including the T'boli, B'laan, and Maguindanao. It is known for its rich natural resources, including minerals, forests, and bodies of water. Tampakan's economy is mainly driven by agriculture and mining.  The name Tampakan is derived from the B'laan word "tampak," which means "mine." The area is known for its rich mineral deposits, including copper and gold, which have attracted mining companies to the area. Aside from its mineral resources, Tampakan is also known for its natural beauty. The town is surrounded by mountains and forests and is home to several bodies of water, including Lake Sebu and the Seven Falls. The T'boli people, who are the largest ethnic group in Tampakan, have a rich culture and tradition. They are known for their colorful costumes, intricate beadwork, and music. The T'boli also have a unique l

A Guide to the Top Tourist Spots in Sto Nino, South Cotabato

Sto. Niño is a municipality located in the southern part of South Cotabato province, Mindanao, and it was formerly a part of the municipality of Tampakan until it was established as a separate municipality in 1980. Sto. Niño is known for its scenic natural attractions, including Lake Holon, a pristine crater lake located at the peak of Mt. Melibato, and the Seven Falls of Lake Sebu, a series of seven cascading waterfalls located in the nearby town of Lake Sebu. The town is also known for its rich cultural heritage, which is reflected in its traditional crafts, music, and dance. The economy of Sto. Niño is primarily based on agriculture, with the production of rice, corn, and various fruits and vegetables being the major sources of income for the people of the town. In recent years, the town has also seen the development of small-scale industries, such as handicrafts and food processing. Santo Niño is a small municipality in the province of South Cotabato, Philippines. It is located app

Things to do in Tupi, South Cotabato

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South Cotabato is one of the provinces in Soccsksargen, Mindanao in the Philippines, well-known for various kinds of attractions such as lakes, natural parks, waterfalls, and diversified culture. It gains popularity as the summer capital of southwestern Mindanao. Alongside is the infamous town of Tupi, located between Koronadal City and Polomolok. With a total population of 73,459 people, according to the census 2020. Tupi is nestled at the foot of Mount Matutum blessed with fertile land and the coolest weather which is dominantly in the agricultural economy. This town primarily produces various kinds of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. They have the largest pineapple plantation in the province.  No wonder why they became the fruit basket capital of South Cotabato

Strawberry and Guyabano Farm (SG Farm) in Tupi, South Cotabato

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With a completely unpredictable climate circumstance throughout the whole state at the same time as being in lockdown for months, I guess we're all itching to get out of the residence and do something different.  Glamping cuts throughout the listing and hits all of the sweetest spots. It’s continually withinside the super outside and nearly continually withinside the maximum coveted and delightful natural destinations. If you’re used to motel accommodations, that is an ought to attempt for you. You can have your very own personal area at the same time as being one with nature – that is the maximum important.

The Holy Land in Tupi, South Cotabato

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When getting tired, we often long for a short break to regain our focus, not just both physically and mentally but also need to give our inner selves to reconnect with the Creator we believed in.  So I quickly leaned back in my seat and fiddled with the phone looking for a spot that can be visited until I came across a picture that caught my attention – A huge cross at the top of the mountain that’s why planning for a weekend was not so long drive has begun.

Exposing the beauty of Hikong Bente Waterfall - Lake Sebu

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  Hikong Bente is the 2nd majestic waterfall that can be explored in the province of South Cotabato. Located in Barangay Seloton in the small town of Lake Sebu, Hikong Bente is known to be the highest and the most beautiful among the seven magnificent waterfalls in the province with  70 feet high.  Lake Sebu is 102 kilometers or about 2 hours drive from General Santos City, the closest Airport to reach this incredible and historic place. 

The Summer Capital of South Cotabato - Lake Sebu

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  Lake Sebu is a first-class Municipality and a home of more the eighty thousand people covered by the province of South Cotabato, Philippines. Nested with natural beauty, surrounded by hills, mountainous landscapes, and virgin thick forests covering 42,450 hectares of land area. It is also a home of several Indigenous tribes (T’boli, Ubo, Tiruray, and Manobos), maintain their cultural identity, and is known for their unique skills in weaving, brass casting, and fishing activities. The community living on the lakeshore engaged in aquaculture mainly produces Tilapia and other freshwater harvests while the Agriculture sector contributes the major shares to their economy.

Visiting Mariano's Blooming Agri-Tourism Park in South Cotabato

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Tupi is a municipality in South Cotabato province located in between General Santos City and Koronadal City with less than 70 thousand inhabitants, basically, engaged in Agriculture and farming. This place was once considered the fruit and vegetable basket of South Cotabato province. and known for its super sweet pineapple, flower garden, and a perfect place to take the great view of the stratovolcano called  Mount Matutum.

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