Cagayan de Oro City Walking Tour

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This is our Cagayan de Oro City Walking Tour. As usual, life is as much about the journey as the destination.

Watch the above video of the Cagayan de Oro City Walking Tour. If the above video looks fun, click ==>this link<== or the below map to take this walking tour.

We have several tours of Cagayan de Oro including the best cheap local food and life, the best nightlife, the best white water rafting. All of our tours are self-directed. We tell you where to go and what to do in our videos so you don’t have to pay tour guides if you are running on a tight budget.

Kagay White Water Rafting Office: You definitely want to go white water rafting while you are in CDO. This is also the best nightlife hangout in town. They have zero cover, cheap beers and live music starting around 9 PM.

Centrio Mall: This is where locals hang out to see and be seen. They also have theatres here and an international grocery store called The Market Place.

Archdiocesan Shrine of the Black Nazarene: The Black Nazarene was carved by an unknown Mexican from a dark wood in the 16th century in Mexico and then transported to the Philippines in 1606. It depicts Jesus en route to his crucifixion. The original is in Manila and this is a replica. I love these because it helps people with white skin remember that Jesus was from a part of the world where nobody had blue eyes or blond hair, as Jesus is often depicted in northern countries. There is no place for racism in Christianity.

G Mall: This cheaper grocery store is in the basement of the G Mall.

Vicente de Lara Park (also known as McArthur Park): This park honors McArthur for his dedication to ridding the Philippines of the Japanese in World War II.

Pelaez Sports Center: This is where we ran in the morning when in CDO. They also have a weight room here. Track entry 15 Pesos, Gym entry 40 Pesos.

Plaza Divisoria: All former Spanish colonial-era cities have central parks where people assembled and celebrated. This is a fun area to walk around.

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