Hoping to see some unique tourist spots in Mindanao? Misamis Oriental has got your back. With its numerous natural wonders and historical tourist spots, you’re sure to discover a whole new side to the country.
Don’t miss out on seeing this 180-foot tall waterfall nestled among the greeneries of Jasaan’s municipality.
Although tourists aren’t allowed to swim in its deep waters, the local government has developed the place into a resort. It’s now built with pools for those who want to swim safely beside the waterfall.
Take a trip down memory lane and Immerse yourself in 20th century Philippines while looking through the Pelaez’ unique collection of memorabilia. One of the museum’s current goals is to educate the youth and future generations about the Filipino lifestyle during the 20th century.
Within Mapawa Nature Park’s wide expanse, you’ll find stunning views, waterfalls, pools, ziplines, horse fields, and trails where you can hike to your heart’s content.
Malasag Eco-tourism Village is a park owned and managed by the Philippine Tourism Authority. It highlights replicas of tribal houses in the region. You’ll also find a museum, a swimming pool, a restaurant, and cottages within this 7-hectare reforested property.
St. Augustine Metropolitan Cathedral is a century old gothic-inspired church and a must-see in Cagayan de Oro. It’s intricate exterior design draws in both devout and the simply curious.
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Go start chasing those waterfalls!