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Northern Mindanao

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Northern Mindanao. Discover the top attractions and hidden gems that this region has to offer. Plan your adventure now and immerse yourself in the wonders of Northern Mindanao.
♥♥ Famous Waterfalls, Beautiful Waterfalls, Northern Mindanao, Iligan City, El Yunque National Forest, Hydroelectric Dam, Paradise Falls, Largest Waterfall, Yosemite Falls

Tinago falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iligan, the city of waterfalls. It is renowned after the most famous Maria Christina Falls. Tinago Falls is located in the heart of the deep ravine between Brgy. Ditucalan and the Municipality of Linamon Lanao del Norte. It is one of the most visited tourist destination in the city right after Maria Christina Falls. It has a total height of 73.152 meters (240.0 ft). Tinago is a Visayan term that means "hidden", the falls being hidden in a…

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Its abundant vegetation, natural springs and high elevation contribute to the region's cool, mild and invigorating climate.  Economy  The economy of Northern Mindanao is the largest regional economy in the island of Mindanao. The economy in Northern Mindanao is mainly agricultural. Philippines Tourism, Regions Of The Philippines, Lanzones Festival, Northern Mindanao, Iligan City, Armed Struggle, Valencia City, Hydroelectric Plant, Boat Race

Its abundant vegetation, natural springs and high elevation contribute to the region's cool, mild and invigorating climate.  Economy  The economy of Northern Mindanao is the largest regional economy in the island of Mindanao. The economy in Northern Mindanao is mainly agricultural.

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Davao Del Norte, Davao Del Sur, Zamboanga Peninsula, Davao Region, Northern Mindanao, Batanes, Indigenous Group, Philipines, Philippines Culture

In this modern-day Philippines, the Filipino people are so diverse in terms of origin and culture. There are actually more than 185 ethnolinguistic groups in the Philippines, each with its own language, identity, and history. Our history is so vast that they interwind with each other and span over centuries. However, perhaps one of the oldest groups of people who lived in the country and still is right now are the Lumads.

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