Places to Visit in Cagayan de Oro

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Many people say Cagayan de Oro is boring. Well, you better think twice because checking the city out is not gonna be easy as 1 2 3. If you’re on a tourist vacation, take note of the tourist spots here in Cagayan de Oro and you will surely have experiences of a lifetime. This would be a fun place to go when I take a break from reading about the classes I want to take on Guide to Online Schools. This is a nice place to relax.

Just minutes away from the airport is the Macahambus Adventure Park where you can cross their Skybridge that runs for 135 meters across a height of 150 feet, go ziplining on the 120-meter Zip Line 150-feet above the ground, explore the famous Macahambus cave and rappel down the gorge into the forest floor. Of course, don’t forget to try whitewater rafting, tubing and Kayaking. You can also check out the Mapawa Nature Park where you, also, get to rappel along a 65-ft waterfall, walk sideways through the monkey trail, go horseback riding, and ziplining 100ft above the ground.

Photo Credit:

If you need a place to rest while enjoying nature, you can do so at the Malasag Nature Trail and Eco-Tourism Village. They have a camping ground, park, swimming pool, cottages, butterfly garden, animal sanctuary, native restaurant, souvenir shop and museum.

If you want to go for a nature trekking, you can visit the Migtugsok Falls in Cugman or The Monique Cave in Barangay Mambuaya. You can also visit High Ridge on a hilltop in Aluba if you want to see the best panoramic view of Cagayan de oro especially at night.

If you’re into a religious tour, you can visit the famous Black Nazarene housed in the Nazareno Parish Church, Carmelite Monastery located in Camaman-an’s hilltop, and the St. Augustine Cathedral. So now, get some fun, fun, fun under the Cagayan de Oro's sun.

You Might Also Like


  1. Cagayan de Oro city has lot of tourist spot that you must visit to. You can do water rafting, visit the museum, buy and visit the Vjandep Pastel. No regrets, have fun and explore CDO. Tsada dinhe.


Popular Posts