San Pedro Cantiasay Footbridge is a unique bridge made of wood. The bridge is hailed as one of the attractions in Surigao City, Surigao del Norte especially in Nonoc Islands. With a length of 391 meters, this wooden footbridge is one of the country's longest wooden bridges. It connects the islands of Sibale and Nonoc Islands in the province of Surigao in Mindanao.
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Mention "island" to travelers' and their eyes light up with the exotic back-to-basics experience island sojourns offer. Pair it with "adventure" and you have a powerhouse combination of a destination every nature lover yearns for.
Such is Surigao, an archipelagic city with a blend of sun, sea, sand, seafood and a dash of urban lifestyle in the countryside.
Tagged "The City of Island Adventures", it has 17 islands and islets and 21 villages, scattered in the northeastern coast of Mindanao. For beach bums, this is an infinity of sleepy shores, multiplied 20 times with coves and crystal cle ...
Wherever our destiny has brought us, our hometown will always remain in our heart and yearns to come back.
My hometown is Surigao City, in the Province of Surigao del Norte, Caraga, Philippines. It is the center before of the three provinces (Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Dinagat Island) until it was geopolitically subdivided as years go by. The place is located at the northernmost tip of Mindanao. The people there are free-spirited and fun-loving that speaks a dialect distinct from other "Bisaya" called Surigaonon.
But for me, I remember it as a place with so many beaches li ...
Have you seen a wooden footbridge? In the City of Surigao, one extraordinary attraction continues to draw the attention of visitors. Let's find out why.
The San Pedro Cantiasay Footbridge is a unique bridge made of wood. The bridge is hailed as one of the attractions in Surigao City especially in Nonoc Islands. With a length of 391 meters, this wooden footbridge is one of the country's longest wooden bridges. It connects the islands of Sibale and Nonoc Islands in the province of Surigao in Mindanao.
Promenade to the bridge…
The best part of visiting the wooden bridge is a walk along ...
If you are looking for a truly unique experience while in Surigao, hop on a boat to the Cantiasay- San Pedro wooden footbridge. This man made bridge is Surigao's version of the famous San Juanico Bridge.
Connecting two barangays, Brgy. Cantiasay and Brgy. Nonoc, and the islands of Nonoc and Hanigad, this 391 meter bridge is a must see tourist attraction as it is a necessity to the people of the two barangays.
Crossing two island by foot is definitely a unique experience. The locals are used to the wooden planks of the bridge that they can cross the other side for about 5-10 minutes.