Where is Butuan?

Butuan City also known as the “Home of the Balangays” and the “Timber City of the South” is located in the northeastern part of Mindanao. It has a total land area of 81,662 hectares and a total population of 372,910 (2020, census) according to the Philippines Statistics Authority. The City possesses its natural landmarks such as the Agusan River and Mt. Mayapay. It also has its man-made landmarks namely; Ramon Magsaysay Bridge, Balangay boats, National Museum, Guingona Park, and Bood Promontory Eco Park.

Butuan being a highly urbanized City with 86 barangays is also the region’s center of education. Having been said by

Butuan’s tourism, “In the beginning, there was no Philippines but there was

Butuan” as it is one of the oldest settlements in the Philippines.