Where can you find world-class waves that rival that of the world’s best surfing spots, the country’s largest marshland and fourth largest lake and a thousand-year-old city all in one region, within a few traveling hours from each other?
The Philippines’ 13th region, the CARAGA Administrative Region is home to Siargao, the country’s surfing capital; the Agusan Marsh, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the picturesque Lake Mainit where over 33 various kinds of species thrive; and the historic city of Butuan which claims to be first discovered by Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan.
All these and more of CARAGA’s unspoiled natural beauty, world-class tourist attractions, rich history and distinct people are being unveiled to the public in a rare cultural-cum trade show at the "Philippines’ Best" in Intramuros, Manila. [READ MORE]
By: Zimmbodilion Y. Mosende