The island is the second-largest island in the Philippines with amazing natural wonders, and heartbreaking travel adventure activities, but unfortunately, even the best sights in Mindanao are not as visited as other tourist destinations in the Luzon regions, and Visayas. The immensity of the land area as well as the fact that most of the provinces of Mindanao are surrounded by land, traveling, and going around the big island to see tourist hotspots.
1.Cagayan de Oro (CDO)
This happens to be the famous city in the south of the Philippines and is the gateway to the most important tourist sites in the province of Mindanao. It has its national airport and a seaport which make life easier for each traveler. One of the most favorite things to do in CDO is the whitewater adventure. This adventure is not for the faint-hearted because you have to sail on the river in a small inflatable boat, while fast menace to overturn your fellow adventurers. The best pasalubong food or local delicacy of CDO is pastel, this bread with sweet sweetness and roasted peanuts of Chedeng.
Lanzones (a local fruit), the underwater cemetery, the Hibok-hibok volcano, the white sand beaches, the simple rural life are the main tourist attractions of this small island in the northern part of Mindanao. Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of Camiguin and admire your eyes on the relaxed island landscapes.
The province of Davao is the economic and commercial center of Mindanao where you can explore many things in Davao City, the capital, such as The Pearl Farm resorts in the Philippines, as well as the popular island of Samal with white sandy beaches, and a range of resorts, to suit all budgets. It is a major producer of fruit for the country, from durian with a strong but tasty smell too sweet and sour pomelo, through marang, and worthy bananas. The night light buzzes on the Matina square in Davao in the center. The lovers of the wildlife can not be disappointed as many conservation centers in Davao focus on the Philippine crocodiles and Philippine eagle.
If you dream of these huge rippling waves and 9 barrels head to Siargao, an island that overlooks the Pacific Ocean and the depths of the Philippines in the northeastern part of Mindanao. Siargao Island is the surfing capital of the Philippines and quickly becomes one of the best surfing paradises in the world. Each year in October, the island organizes an international surf competition that attracts the best surfers in the world. Surigao Del Sur, on the other hand, offers hidden gems such as Tiny-an Falls in the city of Bislig.
Bukidnon is home to the largest pineapple plantation in the country, not only that the vast plains and mountains allow the wealthy locals to gather horses, and establish haciendas if you want to see cowboys in the Philippines, your best bet is to go here province.