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Surigao City - Wikipedia

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A scene during the opening of the Davao Regional Athletic Association Meet at . the Caraga Regional Athletic meet in Tandag City on February , Surigao City, officially the City of Surigao is a 3rd class city and capital of the province of Surigao del Norte, Philippines. According to the census, it has a population of , people. Located at the north-easternmost tip of Mindanao, it has a total land area of km2 which is roughly % of Caraga region. They were met by a docile village chieftain named Solibao. A Publication of the Caraga Regional Development Council Caraga Council of Deans and Business Educators Association link websites PAGE . Dottie's Place Hotel & Restaurant, JC Aquino Avenue, Butuan City, Friday, airport of Area Nine to Airport Regional Center for Caraga Region with Tandag, Siargao, Surigao.

Economy[ edit ] Intersection of Rizal and Amat Streets as of March 1, Surigao City underwent rapid economic growth that spanned nearly two decades beginning in the late s. This was a boon to the city as it generated commerce to meet increasing demand for goods and services. Towards the late s, Surigao attained first class status. The rest of the province also saw increased mining operations, primarily extracting gold and copper.

The city became the nexus of mining activity in the entire Northern Mindanao Region Xat the time among Philippines' largest regions encompassing nearly half of Mindanao Island. Philippines' Bureau of Mines and Geosciences moved its regional headquarters in the city at Km. InMMIC ended commercial operations due to financial losses and heavy debt as a result of plummeting prices of nickel and high operating costs. Copra processing plant Surigao Coconut Development Corp.

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Surigao's weakened economy was further affected when typhoon Nitang internationally codename Typhoon Ike struck the city in September Seventy percent of the buildings and infrastructure were destroyed. Commercial activities declined, relying on basic services, small-scale industries, agriculture and fishing.


From the mid 80s until the turn of the 21st century, Surigao's economic woes mirrored the rest of the nation as it saw some of its original families leave for opportunities in other places, both local and overseas. Surigao Mining Map During the last decade, the city saw improvement of its key macroeconomic indicators. Increased retail activity was evident downtown as new stores opened and existing ones expanded.

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The success of major restaurant chains like JollibeeGreenwichChowking closed in but reopened in May and Mang Inasal opened the floodgates for more investments in the city. McDonald's also opened in March after 5 years, it opened its second branch in October followed by Goldilocks in March and finally, the 2nd branch of Red Ribbon in June Hotel rooms doubled with the opening of new hotels and expansion of existing ones, with adequate convention facilities.

Port expansion was completed inincreasing its handling capacity. Today, it is one of the country's key seaports for gross registered tonnage handled, mainly from its mineral exports [5]. Agriculture and Fishing[ edit ] The city's primary agricultural produce includes rice, corn, vegetables, rootcrops, coconut, copra and bananas. It is a major supplier of fish and crustaceans; its exports reach buyers as far as Hong KongJapan and China.

An integrated fishport is planned which includes functional facilities such as fish market, gear and commercial shops, administration building and fish container storage facilities. A new uptown shopping district is developing in the city's Barangay Luna. Regional malls opened in early one of which is Gaisano Capital Surigao, opened in December Mining[ edit ] Nonoc Island has been identified as a special economic zone Ecozone by the national government, a boon older residents are quite familiar due to its once prosperous nickel ore production.

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This project is aimed to put the island's existing infrastructure, including a meter concrete airstrip and two 60, dwt seaport, back in operation. InChina's Jinchuan Group Ltd. However, its insistence for another feasibility study and disagreements over the operating structure shuttered the deal with Philnico who owns the mining rights for the island. Tourism[ edit ] This section is written like a travel guide rather than an encyclopedic description of the subject. Please help improve it by rewriting it in an encyclopedic style.

If a travel guide is intended, use of Wikivoyage is strongly suggested. A small collection of ancient burial coffin jars and antique Chinese kitchenwares are showcased in this museum. Some of the artifacts were unearthed at an archeological dig in Panhatungan, Placer.

It also contains a significant collection of various rocks and minerals found in the province. Host to annual events, gatherings, and concerts for over a hundred years, it is a Spanish-style park with few acacia trees fronting the Surigao Cathedral.

A three kilometer cave with three entrances located in Hikdop Island. From the main entrance in Pagkawasan, Buenavista, visitors wiggle through a collapsed boulder into a grand chamber complete with what locals call the Kings Throne.

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A knee- deep pool culminates the subterranean trek approximately meters from the main entrance. It has an array of impressive stalactites and stalagmites and is home to some unique species of cave bats and snakes. Unique rock formations approximately 20 feet high stands out against a backdrop of dense coconut trees and nipa palms Nypa fruticans and covers an area of one hectare. Also a known burial ground.

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Not too distant is another rock formation called Tamulayag that resembles a giant vase with trees perched on top. The island has among the world's rarest phenomenon- a simultaneous interplay of high and low tides.

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The alternating tides occur roughly every six hours. Locals take advantage of this occurrence by picking sea shells on one side of the island during low tide and continue doing so on the other as the tide reverses.

These maelstroms of various dimensions are almost all occurring during ebbtide. They have a characteristic behavior to pull, twirl, and suck into their vortices anything that comes near them. They are called magic whirlpools due to their peculiar behavior to appear and disappear at certain nature-designated time intervals. The appearance of Pahibongan, as they are called locally, are usually followed by almost inaudible explosions and just as quickly vanish after the explosions.

Dense forest of mangroves dominate a cluster of villages built along shallow water channels. Instead of tricycles, locals use wooden boats as their prime mode of transport.

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Two foot bridges traverse across swift moving channels. Accessible only by foot, approximately minutes trek from Mapawa village. Inclusive growth has three critical elements, namely: The attainment of inclusive growth requires the implementation of the following key strategies which are consistent with national development agenda: It was also learned that in the revision of said plan, the council has undergone a series of consultations with the various stakeholders of the five provinces and six cities of the region.

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The comments generated during the consultations were considered in the draft plan. Also, the committees under the RDC have favorably endorsed the revised plan during its third quarter meetings. Meanwhile, the revised RDP also expected to be presented to the President in the fourth week of November. The study was participated by Ivory.

As a result, the Ivory. Their main products are the water hyacinth sandals and slippers in various colors and designs. During the study, the time and movements spent by the craftsmen in making sandals were recorded and analyzed. In retrospect, the bottom-line of the study is to enhance the value chain of water hyacinth processing sector in Butuan City through technology infusion.

Other project components include the development of value chain for this handicraft sector and capability building through technology trainings. The project also involved provision of equipment that enable its members to improve product quality and design.