Naliyagan Festival is held annually from June 12th ??" 17th in the town of Prosperidad province of Agusan del Sur. It celebrates Agusanon culture and heritage of the natives, showcasing skill and grace in tribal dances and rituals.
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Filipino wooden boats in Agusan Del Sur are actually known as "Baruto". They are commonly found in the marsh areas and provide a form of transport for the locals in this part of Mindanao.
In this video you will see these amazing wooden boats being raced by Filipinos as part of Naliyagan Festival in Agusan Del Sur, Mindanao. You will also see the Fighter Boys ending up on stage, where Mike absolutely rocked dancing in front of thousands of Filipinos. This was one amazing party night, and one amazing filipino boat racing day!
Naliyagan Festival in Agusan Del Sur is AWESOME!
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How to celebrate festivals in the Philippines? Well that is actually very easy. Just throw on a big smile, get energized, and be prepared to share a lot of laughter, and happiness!
That is exactly what happened to the Fighter Boys on this day of Naliyagan Festival in Agusan Del Sur, Mindanao. In this video you will see a bunch of foreign nationals having a lot of fun during festival activities! From street dancing, to unique boats, to just walking around and soaking in the festival vibes.
Celebrating Festivals in the Philippines is simply one of the greatest things you can do!
I was stopped by Filipino Police at a Festival in Agusan Del Sur Mindanao, but it wasn't what you are thinking...
They recognized me and were hoping I could give them my 50 peso sunglasses!? VERY COOL!
In this video you will see the Fighter Boys continue our adventure to the Province of Agusan Del Sur where we decided to check out something called "Naliyagan Festival". This Filipino Festival had an amazing set up right in the Provincial Capital! There was a lot going on, and you will see Bret Maverick and I exploring some of the local cultural houses in this first video.
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Find out why Agusan del Sur is not your typical getaway.
Remember the giant alligator "Lolong" was caught in Bunawan in Agusan River in 2011? Measuring 6.17 meters and weighing kilograms, he was declared by the Guinness Book of World Record as the longest of its kind.
For more than a year, people from all over the country trooped to this sleepy town to see this wildlife sensation up close at the Bunawan Eco-Park. He died in February 2013, and there are talks that he is undergoing animal preservation and will be returned to same place.
A landlocked province in the Caraga Region or nort ...
"With the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Philippine Army, we have ensured peace and security for this year's Naliyagan Festival from June 12-17, 2016."
This was the statement of Dr. Manuel Murillo Rosaut Jr, provincial tourism council chair and president of Naliyagan Foundation in Agusan del Sur during the 49th Founding Anniversary of the province and grand opening of the 24th Naliyagan Festival on Sunday.
According to Agusan del Sur First District Representative Maria Valentina Plaza, the Naliyagan Festival serves as an opportunity for all of the Agusanons to work together, sh ...
The Naliyagan Festival is held annually in the town of Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur from June 12 June 17. It is a celebration of the Foundation anniversary of Agusan del Sur, a week long socio cultural and arts exposition of indigenous tribes in the entire Agusan valley and displaying their skills and gracefulness in dancing as part of their ritual activities.
Naliyagan Festival is said to be the Festival of all Festivals as it represents the best of Agusanon's tribe. It is held every second week of June in commemoration of the birth of Agusan del Sur, a booming province in the heart of Mind ...