Tourism and Attractions

Island Hopping

  • Baon-Baon Islands (Seven Islands, Plaridel)
    Each island uniquely blessed with beauty, greeneries and fine sand beaches.
  • Papaya Island   (Plaridel)
    Splendid waters; with amenities that will suit visitors needs.

 

Attractions

  • Misamis Occidenta Aquamarine Park
  •  Lake Duminagat (Don Victoriano)
    Still unpoiled, it boasts of natural ecology and wildlife, famous for unique flora and fauna
  • Sunrise Beach (Balingao)
    Stretch of fine, white sandy beach, best for swimming and boating.
  • Bulawis Spring and Swimming Pool (Calamba)
    Numerous cold springs and swimming pool.
  • Azcuna Beach Resort (Lopez Jaena)
  • Cotta Beach (Ozamiz City)
    The beach where Fort Triunfo is located, with picnic huts and clear blue sea.
  • Dela Paz Beach (Panaon)
    Clear, fine beach, ideal for picnics.
  • El Triunfo Beach (Oroquieta City)
    Has shades and picnic huts to accommodate and provide shelter to picnickers.
  • Lake Duminagat (Don Victoriano)
    Still unspoiled. It boasts of natural ecology and wildlife, famous for unique flora and fauna.
  • Panguil Bay and Fish Traps (Tangub City)
    Famous for panoramic view and tiger shrimps for export.
  • Romero’s Beach (Oroquieta City)
    Noted for its crystal clear water and fine beach with cottages to accommodate picnickers.
  • Sibucal Hot Spring (Oroquieta City)
    Natural hot spring located 10 kilometers from city proper.
  • Hoyohoy Highland Park (Tangub City)
    Panoramic view of Panguil Bay and the surrounding cities and towns about 13 kilometers from the highway.

RELIGIOUS AND MAN-MADE TOURISTS ATTRACTIONS

  • Old Spanish Catholic Church (Jimenez)
    Located in Barangay Taraka, this church has all the characteristics of most Spanish churches in the Philippines.
  • Baliangao Mangrove Walk (Baliangao)
    Approximately half a kilometer of board walk inside the mangrove / marine sanctuary.
  • Circiaco Pastrano Hanging (Oroquieta City)
    A 75 linear meter hanging bridge with 20 feet elevation connecting barangay Layawan and Taboc Norte, overlooking the sea and the whole market area.
  • Oroquieta City Plaza (Oroquieta City)
    Located in front of the Oroquieta City Hall considered as the mini Luneta Park of the province.
  • Provincial Capitol (Oroquieta City)
    Built in 1935 and adjudged as the most beautiful capitol and park in 1973 in the whole Philippines).
  • Naomi’s Botanical Garden (Ozamiz City)
    Fruits and ornamental plants in 9 hectare area, ceramics shop; accepts catering and hotel accommodation

Special Interest Tours

  • Sinacaban Bird Watch (Sinacaban)
    15 minutes ride on pump boat to a white sandbar where nature lovers can watch migrant birds passing every morning and afternoon.
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Fitness and Exercise

  • Shotokan Karate Academy   (Jimenez)
    Karate is a martial art of Japanese origin.  It is often used as a way of self-defense,a sport and a way of keeping fit and healthy.

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