Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Esperanza, Agusan del Sur, Philippines

Tourist Attractions/Festival
Kaamulan Festival
KAAMULAN FESTIVAL. Held every 23rd day of September at Salug, Esperanza. A yearly convergence of all tribal leaders in Agusan del Sur. The festival's highlight is the performance of authenthic tribal rituals by the tribal priests.

Esperanza is a first class municipality in the province of Agusan del Sur, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 51,897 people.  
Tilapia Cages

It renowned as the "Tilapia Capital of the Province" and has an official moniker of "The Home of Cultural Diversity."

Esperanza is politically subdivided into 47 barangays namely Anolingan, Bakingking, Bentahon, Bunaguit, Catmonon, Concordia, Dakutan, Duangan, Mac-Arthur, Guadalupe, Hawilian, Labao, Maasin, Mahagcot, Milagros, Nato, Oro, Ling-ling, Poblacion, Remedios, Salug, San Toribio, Santa Fe, Segunda, Tagabase, Taganahaw, Tagbalili, Tahina, Tandang Sora, Agsabu, Aguinaldo, Balubo, Cebulan, Crossing Luna, Cubo, Guibonon, Kalabuan, Kinamaybay, Langag, Maliwanag, New Gingoog, Odiong, Piglawigan, San Isidro, San Jose, San Vicente, Sinakungan, and Valentina.

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