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These are located in Cateel, Boston, Baganga, Tarragona, San Isidro.
Located in Mati, Manay, Tarragona, Lupon, Baganga, Gov. Generoso, San Isidro.
Rubilinda Falls (Campawan, Baganga, 20 km. from the Poblacion)
Mandaya Tribe (Barangay Pichon, Caraga)
The Mandayas’ unadulterated culture and traditions are still very evident in their day-to-day lives. More info about Mandaya Tribe...
Located in the middle of the forest at Brgy. Aliwagwag, Cateel, it is considered as one the most beautiful waterfalls in the country. More info about Aliwagwag Falls...
A 15-minute ride by car from the heart of Mati, it is iIdeal for picnics with its white-sand beach, tranquil and gently blowing breeze from the Pacific Ocean. More info about Dahican Beach...
Masao Beach Resort
The resort is located in Brgy. Masao in Mati. Cottages and picnic huts are on stilts. More info abou Masao Beach Resort...
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