Baganga Sunrise Boulevard is located in Brgy. Dapnan, Baganga, Davao Oriental. It is only one of the many infrastructure developments that the province has been implementing as it takes off with its tourism industry.
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Our trip to Baganga, which is known as the first class municipality of Davao Oriental Province and is located at the easternmost province in the country, has been amazing. After the Balite hot spring and the Campawan falls, our next destination is Bagangas beautiful Sunrise Boulevard.
This waterfall, much like everything in this world, will be unknown to you until you experience it
Baganga is a first-class municipality in the province of Davao Oriental. According to the 2010 census, only 53,426 people reside in its 945.50 square kilometers of land.
It could be remembered in 2012, the municipality was one of the areas that was hit by Typhoon Pablo and, Baganga Sunrise Boulevard has become a symbol of hope of the aftermath of the typhoon.
The town also has a hot spring along the highway of Kinablangan where you can rest your tired muscles after a long road trip.
Sunrise Boulevard in Baganga, Davao Oriental funded by the Provincial Government in support to its eco-tourism development program.
Baganga's Sunrise Boulevard rises amidst the havoc brought by Typhoon "Pablo".
Passing by the coastal road of Baganga, Davao Oriental, you will see a park where whitewashed mangroves stand starkly against the sea and the sky.
It's a reminder of how the mangroves staunchly defended Baganga's shore from the surge that Typhoon "Pablo" created. They are testaments to how mangroves protect the environment at the risk of their very lives.
Some of the trees are showing signs of life with the green leaves sprouting from their branches; A fitting symbol of how the people of Baganga and Davao ...
Baganga is a first class first class municipality in Davao Oriental, Philippines.
Aside from the town of Baganga, one can also explore Mati and Cateel for various tourist spots.
The town has a population of more or less 60,000 according to the 2010 census.
I went to Baganga for my water falls chasing adventure. Unfortunately, Typhoon Seniang was in Mindanao during the time of my visit but it did not deter me from exploring Baganga's tourist spots.
I hired a habal-habal ride to explore the town and I was able to find out that Baganga offers the following tourist spots, namely: