Compostela Valley - Compostela Valley Destinations

Compostela Valley

Compostela Valley is blessed with nature

The province, Compostela Valley, is proud of its people and cultural heritage - a varied mixture of ethnicity and dominance. To be in Compostela Valley is to experience a blend of sight and sound that defines a place and a people pulsing with life yet reserved in spirit.

The provincial government believes in marketing tourism responsibly. ComValeños want to explore and revel on nature’s finest without destroying the environment.

Choices within the province are almost limitless. ComValeños believe that they have something that caters to everyone’s enthusiasm, all waiting for the adventurous spirit in you. They see their province as an eco-adventure tourism destination, and once experienced, so will you.

 

Climate

The province is generally tropical and with no marked rainy or dry season. Its mountain ranges and forest protect the area from visiting typhoons.

 

Geography

Compostela Valley is situated in Southeastern Mindanao. It has a total land area of 4,666.93 sq. km. and is bounded by Agusan del Sur on the north, Davao del Norte on the west, Davao Oriental on the east and southeast, and Davao Gulf on the west and southwest. Political Compostela Valley is subdivided into 11 municipalities. Municipalities Compostela Laak (San Vicente) Mabini (Doña Alicia) Maco Maragusan (San Mariano) Mawab Monkayo Montevista Nabunturan New Bataan Pantukan

 

Transportation

The province is accessible by land from all parts of Mindanao. A private port is situated in Poblacion Maco.

 

HOW TO GET THERE

BY AIR

Compostela Valley can be reached via Davao International Airport. The capital town of Nabunturan is only a 2-hour drive from Davao City. It is an ideal jump-off point for other tourist attractions in the Visayas and Mindanao.

 

BY SEA

The province can be reached by sea through Sasa Wharf in Davao City, a smooth 2-hour drive away.

 

Source:

Wow Philippines