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Cagayan de Oro
A regional center and business hub of Northern Mindanao, Cagayan de Oro is a first-class and highly urbanized city.
Calbayog is a coastal city in the province of Samar, and considered a religious and educational center in the region.
The second largest city in the country, Cebu is an economic center in the country, as well as a top tourist destination.
Located in Zamboanga del Norte, Dapitan is historically significant as the place where Jose Rizal lived his days in exile.
Dumaguete is the capital of the province of Negros Oriental, and is often referred to as a university city for its four universities and number of other colleges.
Located in Lanao del Norte, Iligan is known as the City of Majestic Waterfalls—there are 24 in the city, including the well-known Maria Christina Falls.
More than just a business hub in the region, Iloilo City is a popular tourist destination for its heritage sites, signature dishes, and nearby beach destinations.
Jagna in Bohol is a port town, and is known for its Spanish-era town church, spring reservoir, and a marine sanctuary just off the shore.
Located in Southern Leyte, Maasin is the commercial and religious center of the region.
Masbate is known as the Cattle Capital of the Philippines, with wide and beautiful landscapes home to herds tended to by cowhands on horseback.
A small town in Agusan del Norte, Nasipit is a great place to start exploring the region, like the neighboring Butuan City.
A city in Misamis Oriental, Ozamiz is known as Mindanao’s nature front for its fine beaches, fertile mountains and lush forest reserves.
Located in Leyte, Palompon has gained popularity among tourists for the beautiful Kalanggaman Island.
The capital of Surigao del Norte, Surigao City is a business hub in the region, and the jumping off point for nearby tourist spots.