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        Bounded on the North and the East by the Pacific ocean. On the South by the provinces of Agusan del Norte and Surigao del Sur. On the west is the Surigao Strait.
        Composed of Dinagat, Siargao and Bucas Grande Islands, it is comprised of 27 Municipalities and the City of Surigao in mainland Mindanao.
        The province is known as the surfing capital of the Philippines attributed to Siargao's world-class waves.
Surigao is a tempting destination for its natural wonders and friendly people.

       
Guyam Island photo by John Mark Libarnes
Daku Island photo by John Mark Libarnes
surfing Surigao del norte
diving surigao photo by John Mark Libarnes
Guyam Islet Daku Island Surfing Cloud 9 Dive Surigao
   
Surfing at Gen. Luna,
  Siargao Is., Surigao del norte
Mabua peeble beach resort
Surigao City
Sagisi beach resort ,
San Jose, Surigao City
Cantiasay San Pedro Bridge Surigao del norte
Buenavista Cave,
Hikdop Island, Surigao City
Zaragosa Rock Formation
Sibaldo Island
Lake Mainit,
Mainit, Surigao del norte 
Mapaso hot spring
Mainit, Surigao del norte
Sohoton Cave & Lagoon,
Bucas Grande Island
U.S. Landing Avenue
Loreto, Dinagat Is.
Songkoy cold spring,
Tubod, Surigao del norte
Lake Bababu
Basilisa, Dinagat Island
Del Carmen Swamps
Del carmen, Siargao Island
Luneta Park
Surigao City, Surigao del norte
Guyam Island
Gen. Luna ,Siargao is. Surigao del norte
Pearl Farm
Brgy. Nabago , Surigao del norte
Magpupungko Rock Formation
Pilar , Surigao del norte
Tak-tak Waterfalls
Santa Monica, Surigao del norte
Pig-ot Hideaway
Libjo, Surigao del norte
Biyabid Waterfalls
Sison, Surigao del norte
Alingkakajaw Island
Claver, Surigao del norte
Lipata beach
Lipata , Surigao del norte
Day-asan fishing village
Surigao del norte
Sayaw Islet
Cagdianao , Surigao del norte
 
Basul island
Surigao City , Surigao del norte
SPECIAL INTERESTS  
 
Wind Surfing Snorkeling Scuba Diving Water Skiing  
Surfing Diving Kayaking Mountain Climbing  
Fishing Biking      
SURIGAO CITY EVENTS  
 
Events:: location:: date::
Sto. Niño de Bad-asay Feast day Bad-asay January 14
Santa Cruzan Surigao City May 29
Pasyal-Aral /Study Tour Surigao City April-May
Adlaw nan Surigao Surigao City June 19
Sakay-sakay Abayan Surigao City June 1
Charter day Celebrations Surigao City August 25-31
Bonok-bonok Festival Surigao City September 9
Siargao Surfing Cup Gen. Luna,
Siargao Is.
September/October
Food Festival & Exhibit Surigao City 3rd Week September
Battle of Surigao Strait Surigao City October 25
   
TOURISM OFFICE  
 
Surigao del Norte Provincial Tourism Office
Tel: +6386 231- 9271
 
  Philippine Department of Tourism
Department of Tourism Building, T M Kalaw Street, Rizal Park, Manila 1000, Philippines
Tel: +632 523 8411-30 Fax: +632 521 7374/5 or 522 2194.
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.tourism.gov.ph

MONEY  
 
Currency:

Philippine Peso (P) = 100 centavos. Notes are in denominations of P1000, 500, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5. Coins are in denominations of P5, 2 and 1, and 50, 25, 10 and 5 centavos.

Currency exchange:

Always use authorised money-changers or banks in Manila. Outside the capital there is a shortage of facilities for changing foreign currency and rates may get progressively worse the further one goes from the city. It is advisable to carry a sufficient amount of Philippine pesos when travelling to other provinces.

Credit & debit cards:

American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa are widely accepted in major establishments throughout the big cities of the Philippines. Check with your credit or debit card company for details of merchant acceptability and other services which may be available.

Travellers cheques:

Travellers cheques and major foreign currency may be cashed in all commercial banks and Central Bank dealers. They are also accepted in most hotels, restaurants and shops. To avoid additional exchange rate charges, travellers are advised to take travellers cheques in US Dollars.

Banking hours: Mon-Fri 0900-1600.
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