Location: Rosario, Agusan del Sur
The Binaba Falls is situated in the heart of a jungle-like foot of the mountain, with clear waters emitting from the springs, cascading onto boulders of limestone. The falls offer a very refreshing bath after a fifteen-minutes ride on a motor-banca from the mini wharf of Prosperidad town passing along the Gibong River
Location: Brgy. San Lorenzo, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
The name derived from the word "Tugon" meaning a promise. It offers a natural wonder where one will surely promise to come back after a visit. The towering trees on its vicinity with wild ornamental plants and orchids hanging on branches, one could have dreamed having gone to paradise.
Location: Brgy Mabuhay, Prosperidad,
It is a haven for mountain trekkers, adventure lovers,environmentalists and bio-diversity researchers. Once within the realm of the falls, the 18 turquoise-green and pristine waterfalls will soothen a visitor's weary soul.
Place: Salug, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur
Date: September 23
The Kaamulan Festival is a yearly convergence of all tribal leaders in Agusan del Sur. The festival's highlight is the performance of authentic tribal rituals by the tribal priests.
Place: Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
Date: June 12 to 17
The Naliyagan Festival depicts Agusanon culture and heritage. Natives from far-flung portions of the province usually come down to display skill and grace in tribal dances and rituals. A trade fair displaying the province's own products takes place at the Naliyagan Plaza.
Place: Bayugan, Agusan del Sur
Date: first Sunday of January
This festival is the province's own version of the Sinulog Festival of Cebu. The main attraction is street dancing that portrays tribal life in Agusan del Sur.
Place: Trento, Agusan del Sur
Date: June 12-15
Santikan is a Manobo word which means the striking of two hard objects to create friction or fire, alluding to the different friendly competitions throughout the festival.
Place: San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
Date: June 18-21
The festival showcases the Manobo culture of Agusan del Sur. Street dancing adds color to the celebration, which coincides with the foundation anniversary of San Francisco.
How To Get There?
Take a flight bound for Butuan City. From there the capital is 74 kilometers away. The province can only be reached via land transportation through the Davao-Butuan National Highway.