The Agusan provinces are in the Northeastern part of Mindanao, Philippines. The Agusan River split them into two, Agusan del Sur and Agusan del Norte, meandered from south to north by the third largest river in the country. As independent destinations, they have their fair share of exciting adventures, courtesy of their incomparable natural attractions.

For Agusan del Sur, the highlights include Agusan Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary, Managong Falls, Bunaguit Sea of Clouds, Puting Buhangin Cave, and Wawa River. It is also where Lolong, the largest seawater crocodile in captivity, was caught and, later on, died.

For Agusan del Norte, it’s the gray sandy beaches of Cabadbaran and the stunning sights of Mount Mayapay and Mount Hilong-Hilong. The Balangay Boat Building Site is also an iconic tourist attraction in the province, showcasing Butuan City’s port history.

Apart from the Agusan provinces, you may also explore the rest of the Caraga provinces, including Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, and Dinagat Islands, to discover world-class dives, fishing sites, and more.

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