Tag: Davao Oriental Province

  • Aliwagwag Protected Landscape in Davao Oriental Province

    Aliwagwag Protected Landscape in Davao Oriental Province

    Aliwagwag Protected Landscape is a haven of natural beauty and biodiversity waiting to be explored. Covering an area of over 10,000 hectares, this protected landscape is a treasure trove of ecological wonders, offering visitors a glimpse into the beauty of life thriving within its boundaries. Aliwagwag Protected Landscape boasts a diverse range of ecosystems, from…

  • Mati City in Davao Oriental Province

    Mati City in Davao Oriental Province

    Mati City is the capital of the province of Davao Oriental in the Philippines. Mati is known for its stunning beaches, lush landscapes, and natural attractions. The city is surrounded by mountains and fertile plains, making it a diverse and ecologically rich area. The city is a popular destination for tourists seeking pristine beaches and…

  • Aliwagwag Falls in Cateel, Davao Oriental

    Aliwagwag Falls in Cateel, Davao Oriental

    The Aliwagwag Falls is referred to as the “stairway to heaven” due to its multi-tiered structure. It is a series of 84 cascading waterfalls, each with varying heights and rock formations. The waterfalls’ stepped formation is a result of natural rock formations and vegetation. This makes it both a natural wonder and a visual spectacle.…

  • Mount Hamiguitan – a living sanctuary in Davao Oriental

    Mount Hamiguitan – a living sanctuary in Davao Oriental

    Mount Hamiguitan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site showcasing a diverse and unique ecosystem that has captivated scientists and nature enthusiasts alike. Rising to an impressive height of approximately 1,620 meters (5,315 feet) above sea level, Mount Hamiguitan is a dormant stratovolcano, characterized by its rugged terrain and lush forests. The mountain’s slopes are adorned…