Butuan City is known to be the gateway into Northern Mindanao together with it's spectacular jewels.
When you get to visit Butuan, you can rediscover the origins of the Philippine civilization by visiting the Butuan National Museum. The Museum is located in Doongan, Butuan City. You can view here some of the most valuable archaeological findings In Philippines History. The Balanghai Shrine, an extension of the National Museum shelters one of the authentic relics ofbalanghai, a big sailing boat used by our ancestors to navigate the vast seas for trading with other early civilizations in Asia and Polynesian Islands
If you are done feeding your knowledge with history at theButuan National Museum, it is now time to nourish yourself with some adrenaline rush. Make your way to the zip line at theDelta Eco Park for some death defying experience. The zip line is 1.3 kilometers in length which will definitely satisfy the adventurous side of you.
Unleash your wild side as you visit the habitat of the largest Philippine Salt Water Crocodile named “Lolong” which is theAgusan River. This river is one of the longest in the Philippines which makes it a must-visit place in Butuan. Not only can you get to see the home of the biggest salt water crocodiles when you go to this river. If you cruise in the Agusan River in the late afternoon, you will witness the beautiful sunset that surely seals your trip in Butuan City.
Explore outside the box, Beyond Cebu!