Softly nestled within the slopes of Cugman watershed in Cgayan de Oro is a cultural domain of natural wonders aptly called the Gardens of Malsag Eco-Tourism Village.
Conceptualized in 1992, this ecology-friendly cultural habitat was dreamily inspired by the picturesque gardens of Granada in Spain and the Bouchart Gardens of Canada.
With a breathtaking view of the Macajalar Bay, the Gardens of Malasag Eco-Tourism Village distinctly sits on 7.2 hectares, prominently etched with nature and eco trails, connecting to a 200 hectare reforestation area.
The Gardens of Malasag Eco-Tourism Village gives you a colorful glimpse of the ecology and rich ethno-Filipino heritage of Mindanao showcased through its tribes, custom and traditions and other facets of its unique heritage. This eco-cultural haven is considered as a meaningful learning center for greater understanding, appreciation and enhancement of education, science cultural and ecological interests.
Commune with Nature
A botanical garden, wildlife habitat and eco-community rolled into one. A collection of rare species of flora and fauna in the village, is a must-see for environmental conservationists.