Talaingod is a municipality located in the Davao del Norte province of the Philippines. It is situated in the northernmost part of the province and is known for its scenic natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. The town is home to the Ata-Manobo tribe, an indigenous group that has preserved its cultural traditions for centuries.

Talaingod is known for its lush forests and mountain ranges, which are popular among trekkers, hikers, and nature enthusiasts.

Apart from its natural beauty, Talaingod is also known for its cultural heritage. The town is home to the Ata-Manobo tribe, which has a unique culture that has been preserved for generations. The tribe’s way of life revolves around agriculture, hunting, and fishing, and they have their own language, traditions, and beliefs.

Tourists visiting Talaingod can experience the tribe’s culture firsthand by visiting their traditional villages, attending cultural performances, and participating in their daily activities. The town also hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year, where visitors can witness the tribe’s unique customs and traditions.

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS / SPOTS / DESTINATIONS

📍EMMA’S VIEW CAFE
📍URAYA’S PEAK ADVENTURE PARK
📍CASA DE URAYA
📍RIDGE VIEW MOUNTAIN RESORT
📍360 VIEW POINT
📍CLIFF’S CAFE
📍GAZEBO GLASS BRIDGE

BARANGAYS

Talaingod is divided into 3 barangays, namely:

  • Dagohoy
  • Palma Gil
  • Santo Niño

OFFICIALS

Mayor

Jonnie A. Libayao

Vice-Mayor

Francisco G. Gipulla Jr.

Municipal Council Members:

  • Rolando C. Piquero
  • Basilio A. Libayao
  • Salvador T. Nepa
  • Sylveth S. Gaila
  • Gerardo L. Colobong
  • Jaypee M. Sibogan
  • Jimboy D. Acao
  • Roger S. Openiano

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