Surfing Capital of the Philippines - Siargao Island7969346
Surigao del Norte is a province situated in Caraga Region of Mindanao in the Philippines. Its capital is known as Surigao City, the province is also consists of two major islands, which is the Siargao Island and Bucas Grande Island. These islands are just a small region in the northern tip of Mindanao. Surigao is also the house of Mamanwa Ethnic tribe and during the Bonok-Bonok Festival they showcase their personal ethnic dance. Bonok-Bonok is a local festival that is held annually on September 10 at the feast of San Nicolas de Tolentino, it shows gratitude to God for bountiful harvest and great well being. The Significant dialect is called Surigaonon but majority can speak Tagalog and English.
Surigao is very rich in nature, in fact mangroves is the significant theme in the coastal locations and is the biggest reserved mangrove forest in Mindanao. If you are interested in fishing or spear-fishing you can attempt to visit the seas along the tuna route. There are so numerous different sorts of species caught their each year. There are also some caves and tunnels that are half-submerged and can only be accessed throughout low tides. The city managed to preserved its natural marvel atmosphere through the years.
The city is extremely popular not only to nearby, but as well as to foreign country because of its surfing breaks with a world title of becoming the top Surfing Waves. The place is known as "Cloud nine" and is now the Surfing Capital of the Philippines. Cloud nine is located in 1 of the significant islands of Surigao, which is the Siargao Island. It is a tear-drop shaped island, but has hidden beauty of waves. It also has different beautiful places to remain and 1 of the tourist spots in Surigao.