The Bagobo constitute one of the largest groups among the indigenous peoples of southern Mindanao. They are composed of three sub-groups, namely the Tagabawa, the Clata or Guiangan and the Ubo. Although they belong to one socio-linguistic group, Bagobo, they also differ in some ways, such as the dialects, dance steps, costumes and their color preferences to mention a few.
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referred to as ethnic because they are the people whose distinctive identity is rooted in history. From the beginning and up to the present, the Bagobo are the predominant inhabitants of the vast areas extending from the west coast of Davao Gulf to the high reaches of Davao's famous and significant mountain ranges of Mt. Apo or Apo Sandawa to the tribal people.
Apo Sandawa happens to be the sacred grounds of the Bagobo since time immemorial, valued as one among the group's richest cultural heritage. It is the homeland of the world-known Philippine eagle as well.
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Davao City will never run out of new places and concepts to discover.
If you're a tourist and it's your second time to visit Davao or a Dabawenyo who wants to explore new things in your city, here are four new places you might want to consider:
1. Davao Bamboo Sanctuary and Ecological Park
Situated in a semi-forested area in Barangay Malagos, Baguio District, Davao Bamboo Sanctuary and Ecological Park is now considered as a new tourist attraction in the city. It is perfect for those who want to escape from the city buzz. The park is a 3.5 hectare property that was then part swamp, pa ...
Ethnic song and dance are one and inseparable in the traditions of the one of a kind tribes that populated the Philippine Islands (7,000 more or less) on the grounds that masses of years ago earlier than the advent of the Spaniards within the 14th century and their next 350 years of colonization thru the Cross and Sword. It is with unhappiness even though that these ethnic traditions are demise and seldom executed in their original paperwork.
The 2009 National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA) become for the Category A Group (10-14 12 months olds) inside the Traditional Philippi ...
This Tribal Village Setup Is Amazing!
I got overwhelmed with happiness at the Kadayawan Village in Davao City, Mindanao.
They had this amazing village setup featuring the 11 Tribes of the Region and I had SO MUCH FUN learning more about them. One man was playing the happiest music and it made my day so beautiful! This whole experience was beautiful!
This is just a raw video of my time exploring and learning. This will be "Part 1".
Thanks to a resolution approved by the Davao City Council on Tuesday 29th August, the Kadayawan Tribal Village at Ramon Magsaysay Park is extended until December to allow more people to visit and learn from the showcase of the 11 tribes of Davao City -- Ata, Klata, ObuManuvu, Matigsalug, Tagabawa, Tausug, Maguindanaon, Iranun, Kagan, Maranao and Sama.
When I visited during the Kadayawan Festival, I discovered the fine replicas of village houses that were hand-built out of indigenous materials and are unique to each tribe.
In todays world full of black and white, the tribal village remind ...
Kaayo Modern Mindanao (KMM), one of the enterprises showcased during the Great Women Asean Trade Fair, has been making Mindanao culture more known while promoting and helping Mindanao weavers with their livelihood.
Mary Ann Montemayor, the owner and founder of KMM, said they had been helping indigenous tribes with their livelihood activities for about two decades now but it was only last year that she and her daughter came up with the idea of KMM with the intention of sustainable livelihood for the indigenous people (IPs).
From August 25 to 27, the products of KMM was displayed at Pentho ...
SunStar Davao has embarked on a special report series to give a deeper insight into the 11 tribes residing in Davao City that were highlighted during the Kadayawan sa Dabaw. This is the second of the series featuring two more tribes, the Tagabawa and Kagan.
Tagabawa means people of the south as bawa means south. Like many of the Tagabawa-Bagobo, there remains a few of their elders who practice the ways of their ancestors. But present-day descendants are no longer as well-versed.
"Altho naay mga kabataan na naa na sa syudad, pero naa gihapon sa uban sa tribo na gina-practice gihapon ang c ...