1 Wednesday, 29 July 2020 08:08

Whitewater Kayaking

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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…

1 Wednesday, 29 July 2020 08:10

The Executive Building

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The present building was constructed in 1940 and it is located on the grounds where the Casa Real once stood. With Cagayan de Misamis (the old name of Cagayan de Oro) as the capital of the Segundo Distrito de Mindanao, the Casa Real wasthe seat of the Spanish colonial administration…

1 Monday, 10 August 2020 02:20

Higalaay Festival (City Fiesta)

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Higalaay Festival (City Fiesta) Cagayan de Oro's annual fiesta celebration, popularly known as Higalaay Festival, is a week-long festivity filled with a series of colorful, culturally-rich and fun-filled core events that culminate on the 28th of August , the feast day of the city's patron saint, St. Augustine.The celebration has…

1 Monday, 10 August 2020 02:34

Macahambus Cave

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Macahambus Cave Tha cave was the site of the historic Battle of Macahambus on June 4, 1900 which marked the Filipinos' first victory against the American during the Philippine - American war. A Marker of the National Historical Institute is placed at the entrance of the cave. The cave is…

1 Tuesday, 11 August 2020 01:25

Mapawa Nature Park

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Mapawa Nature Park This is a vast property abundant with magnificent waterfalls , imposing views, and exciting activities nestled in the forest park in Cugman. It offers a relaxing environment for those seeking peace and solitude as well as a site for fun and adventure for kids at heart of…

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