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  WOW Philippines :: Explore Philippines :: Description
Cagayan is the Regional Seat of the Cagayan Valley Region.
The province is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the east, on the south is Isabela province, on the west is the Cordillera Mountain, and on the north by the Balintang Channel and the Babuyan Group of Islands.
Cagayan has a total population of 993,580 as of the year 2000 census of population, or 110.36 persons per square kilometer.
www.tourism.gov.ph /explore_phil/place_details.asp?content=description&province=5   (437 words)

  Cagayan River Summary
The Cagayan River is the longest and largest river in the Philippines.
The Cagayan Valley in Luzon is covered by the deep alluvium deposited by the river and its various tributaries, the main ones being the Chico, Ilagan, and Magat Rivers.
Both the Cagayan River and all its tributaries are subject to extensive flooding during the heavy rainfall that occurs during the monsoon and also the typhoon seasons.
www.bookrags.com /Cagayan_River   (307 words)

  Cagayan Valley region, Philippines   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Its boundaries are Bashi Channel on the north, the Pacific Ocean on the east, the Cordillera Administrative Region on the west and the provinces of Aurora and Nueva Ecija on the south.
Cagayan River Basin, the longest and the largest river in the country, is the main waterway, flowing towards the north from the southern end of the valley and emptying into the Babuyan Channel in Aparri.
Cagayan Valley, located at the northern part of the country, is surrounded by mountain ranges (Caraballo Mountain Range in the south; Cordillera Mountain Range in the west; Sierra Madre Range in the east).
home.comcast.net /~maesteban/island_groups/luzon/region2/cagayanvalleyregion.htm   (297 words)

 Cagayan - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Cagayan, also called Río Grande de Cagayan, river in the Philippines, on the island of Luzon.
The Cagayan is the longest river on Luzon and one of...
Cagayan de Oro, chartered city, southern Philippines, a port on the northern coast of Mindanao island, capital of Misamis Oriental Province.
ca.encarta.msn.com /Cagayan.html   (72 words)

 The Provincial Profile of Cagayan
The pacification and settlement of the Cagayan proceeded slowly because of the hostility of the natives who were indisposed to colonization.
The Cagayan Museum is a repository of the province’s cultural heritage.
The winding Cagayan River irrigates the alluvial plains and enriches it with sediments.
www.geocities.com /lppsec/pp/cagayan.htm   (1619 words)

Cagayan is the Regional Seat of the Cagayan Valley Region.
Be that as it may, the fact remains that before the Spaniards came to Cagayan the natives had already been in contact with foreigners who enriched their life and culture with encrustations from their own.
That the early inhabitants of Cagayan lived in villages which were properly organized and which maintained trade and security relations with one another give proof of the kind of culture which existed among them already at that time.
www.freewebs.com /articulo2/aboutcagayan.htm   (1007 words)

 CROC - Location (Cagayan Valley)
The low-lying, flat floodplains of the Cagayan Valley are intensively cultivated.
The climate in Cagayan Valley is characterized by a relatively dry season from January till May and a wet season from June to December.
The Cagayan River is the lifeline of the valley.
www.cvped.org /croc_locationcv.php   (371 words)

 Cagayan De Oro, Philippines top Destination
Cagayan de Oro is base to multinational companies such as Del Monte Philippines (formerly Philippine Packing Corporation).
Cagayan de Oro City is the center of education in Northern Mindanao.
This is where SM City Cagayan de Oro, Hotel Koresco, the 18-hole Pueblo Golf Course, and a host of middle to high-end residential areas are located.
www.philippinestravelandtours.com /TopDestination/CagayandeOro/index.html   (1111 words)

 GlobalPinoy, Travel - Cagayan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cagayan, as one article describes, is "A Land of Beauty, the Queen Province of the Valley".
Cagayan is a melting pot of races from the "Cagayanes" composed of native Ybanag, Itawes and Malaueg people, to the "Cagayanos" of the present, a fusion of the Cagayanes and the migrants from neigboring towns, the Ilokanos, Tagalogs, Pangasinenses, Pampanguetos and as far away as the Visayans and Muslims.
Cagayan's climate is largely affected by the province topography.
www.globalpinoy.com /travel/province/cagayan.php   (550 words)

 Cagayan Valley, Region II, Philippines
The Province of Cagayan occupies the lower course of the river, and the northeast corner of the island of Luzon (with a few offshore islets).
Cagayan's area is 9,003 sq.km., its population 952,000 (by the 2000 census) in twenty-nine towns, of which Tuguegarao is the capital.
Cagayan has much to offer visitors: beaches, swimming, snorkeling, skin-diving, fishing in the river and the sea, hiking in primeval forest, mountain-climbing, archaeological sites, the remarkable collection of the provincial museum, the Callao Caves, and many fine churches.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ph-ii.html   (1478 words)

 Province of Cagayan Website :: GEOGRAPHY
Cagayan is a vast expanse of plains and valleys, bordered by mountains, running north to south both on its east and west ramparts.
The larger tributaries of the Cagayan River are the Pinacanauan River in Peñablanca in the southeast; the Dummun River in Gattaran and the Pared River in Alcala, both in central Cagayan; and the Zinundungan River in Lasam and the Matalag River in Rizal, both in the west.
Similarly, the northeastern and northwestern parts of Cagayan are strips of level land, hemmed in by the sea on the north and by the mountains and hills on the south.
cagayano.tripod.com /geotopo.html   (670 words)

 Cagayan De Oro Philippines
Cagayan de Oro and Northern Mindanao will soon have the Laguindingan International Airport that will cater international flights to South Korea and other parts of the world.
Cagayan de Misamis (or present Cagayan de Oro) became the capital of the district.
Cagayan de Oro City is one of the fastest-growing cities in the Philippines.
www.wowphilippinestravelagency.com /Cagayan-de-Oro.asp   (1049 words)

 The Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro
The province of Misamis Oriental is strategically situated in the center of the northern part of Mindanao, bounded on the north by the Mindanao Sea, on the south by the borders of Bukidnon and Lanao del Norte, on the east by Agusan del Norte, and on the west by Iligan Bay.
In 1939 the Diocese of Cagayan de Oro was divided again with the creation of the Diocese of Surigao comprising the provinces of Surigao and Agusan; and in 1951 was divided again with the creation of the Diocese of Ozamiz comprising the provinces of Lanao and Misamis Occidental.
Later the Apostolic Prefecture of Sulu, the Prelature Nullius of Marbel, the Prelature Nullius of Tagum, the Diocese of Butuan, the Prelature Nullius of Malaybalay, the Prelature Nullius of Iligan and the Diocese of Tandag became suffragans of the Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro.
www.cbcponline.net /cagayan_de_oro   (880 words)

Cagayan de Oro was also cited in a 2000 study by the Washington Sycip Policy Forum -- a think tank of the Asian Institute of Management -- because of its "focused vision for its economic future."
The study said Cagayan de Oro's competitiveness was enhanced by its strong economic ties such as with the Northern and Central Visayas regions, Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Corridor (CIC), and the Brunei Darussalam-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA).
Besides retailers, light and medium industries are also finding Cagayan de Oro and its satellite areas an ideal home with its mix of affordable industrial parks, reliable and affordably priced utilities, and central location linked to the rest of the country and the ASEAN region with seamless transportation and communications.
cagayan.elizaga.net /index.html   (900 words)

 Mindanao, Cagayan de Oro
My first impression of Cagayan de Oro was it's relatively clean streets compared with other philippine cities.
Cagayan de Oro has a little nightlife scene, although it isn't comparable to Cebu and not to Manila.
One the new year's day I thought the live in the city is nice, but the sea is the paradise and so I went out to look for the beach.
www.statiknet.de /cagayan.html   (1987 words)

 Cagayan de Oro travel guide - Wikitravel
Cagayan de Oro is known as "The City of Golden Friendship".
Cagayan de Oro is served by a domestic airport in Lumbia.
The Port of Cagayan de Oro is the busiest in the region.
wikitravel.org /en/Cagayan_de_Oro   (742 words)

 Cagayan de Oro travel guide
Cagayan de Oro is a city located at the North of Mindanao.
Cagayan de Oro is known as "City of Golden Friendship" because the people here are friendly.
Cagayan de Oro is one of the progressive cities of Mindanao.
www.world66.com /asia/southeastasia/philippines/mindanaoisland/cagayandeoro   (182 words)

Cagayan de Oro is situated 491 miles (810 air kilometers) south of Metro Manila, an hour and twenty minutes away by plane and thirty minutes from Cebu.
Many years ago when Spanish colonists added the words "de Oro" ("of gold") to the name of the old coastal settlement of Cagayan, they were referring to the specks of gold they had discoevered in the Cagayan River.
To reach Camiguin island, take a ferry from either Cagayan de Oro harbor or Balingonan town; flights directly to the island may be available from Cebu.
www.asiatravel.com /philippines/cagayandeoroinfo.html   (309 words)

 Welcome to the City of Cagayan de Oro : Seal and its Meaning
However, Cagayan de Oro City shall remain in the vanguard in our collective search for peace full ways and means to permanently resolve this bloody controversy that is denigrating our national honor and dignity and undermining our struggles for national socio economic prosperity and political stability.
This stresses as it also perpetuates Cagayan de Oro’s status and accolade as the City of Golden Friendship in due recognition of the spontaneous camaraderie and open hospitality that are inherent and traditional traits of its people.
It also signifies the fact that Cagayan de Oro is among the most peaceful and safest cities in the country and that the city is fast becoming a premier convention city and preferred tourist destination in Mindanao.
www.cagayan-de-oro.com /legendseal.htm   (1054 words)

 Philippine Communication Centrum Foundation - Cagayan de Oro Media History
Cagayan de Oro City, a highly urbanized city with a population of more than 500,000 is the regional center for Northern Mindanao that also includes the cities of Gingoog, Malaybalay, Valencia, Ozamiz, Oroquieta, Tangub, Iligan and Marawi and the provinces of Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental, Bukidnon, Camiguin and Lanao del Norte.
Cagayan de Oro City had its first taste of the power of mass media to harness the resources of people to confront a problem.
It was in response to this concerns that the Cagayan de Oro Press Club conducted a conference attended by representatives from all sectors of society to examine the problems confronting mass media in the city.
www.aijc.com.ph /PCCF/mediamuseum/timeline/timeline-cagayan-de-oro.htm   (5014 words)

 Cagayan Valley Region   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1990, the population was predominantly rural,76.5% compared to an urban population of 23.5%.
The Cagayan Special Economic Zone and Free Port (CSEZFP), together with the Cauayan Regional Agro-Industrial center and Batan Island Ecozone in Batanes province form a network for development of the region.
Region II’s major urban centers are the capital town of Basco in Batanes, Aparri and Tuguegarao in Cagayan, Ilagan in Isabela, Bayombong and Solano in Nueva Vizcaya and Cabarroguis in Quirino.
www.evis.net.ph /subregions/subregion2.htm   (755 words)

 Cagayan de Oro   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cagayan de Oro, the capital of Misamis Oriental, is one of Mindanao抯; most progressive cities, and one of its most picturesque.
Cagayan de Oro is located along Macabalan Bay in Central Coast of Northern Mindanao.
Cagayan de Oro has a climate characterized by relatively dry season from November to April.
www.computerspecialist.co.uk /cagayan_de_oro.htm   (596 words)

 Pamplona, Cagayan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
However, owing to the continuous flooding by the mighty Cagayan River, the creek got connected to the Agusi River.
According to history, the name of this community was Dugiao, Malube, Abulug, Cagayan, but it was separated from the town of Abulug when Claso Sabbun lost his congressional seat because the people of Pamplona did not support him.
And that was the way Tabba got its name remaining up to this time still the land of promise to be made into a town but which promise was broken because a man could not fulfill his commitment.
home.comcast.net /~iifurung/pamplonacagayan/history.htm   (5608 words)

 Save the Longest River in the Philippines
Cagayan River is the longest and widest river in the Philippines.
It is the lifeline of the people of the Cagayan Valley.
Its combined interests cover approximately 150,000 hectares of land to include the headwaters of the Cagayan River.
www.geocities.com /cagayan_river   (380 words)

 Cagayan de Oro Hotels - TravelMart.net
Pre-War folks said that Cagayan came from “Cagaycay, ” an ancient Bukidnon word meaning to rake in the earth either with one’s bare hands or with a piece of wood.
Gold have always been abundant in the Cagayan River gold ores are still found in the nearby of Cagayan as Tumpagon, Pigsag-an, Tuburan, Taglimao and other nearby places.
Another version of how Cagayan de Oro got its name is told in of that story of a Bukidnon chieftain on the eastern side of Cagayan River (whose name according to old folks was Mansicampo), once had a quarrel with a Muslim Datu across the river (now the RER Subdivision), his name was Bagongsalibo.
www.travelmart.net /cagayan-de-oro-hotels.htm   (1298 words)

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