Category Archives: Jasaan

Kanhawan Falls


(Source) – Arellano Janopol Galdo III

A 20-25 mins walk from Natubo Elem. School,
according to Arellano Janopol Galdo III, who also took the excellent picture.

The Falls is included in our suggestions of Hiking Routes in Jasaan.

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Barangay:Natubo
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SophieRed Hotel

SophieRed Hotel and Onshore Restaurant

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OPENS DAILY AT 9AM TO 9PM
*Regular swimming time: 9-5pm
*Night swimming : 5-9pm

*SOPHIERED ONSHORE RESTAURANT
WILL OPEN AT 9AM AND CLOSES AT 10PM.

*LUNCH & DINNER BUFFET– EVERY FRIDAY ONLY

*ACOUSTIC BAND – EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT

ENTRANCE FEE – Inclusion of use of pool & beach:
P100 for adults
P 75 for children ages 5 to 10
FREE for 4 yrs. old & below

COTTAGES:
GAZEBO – P1000
CANOPY – P800
BIG UMBRELLA – P600
BLDG. SIDE – P500
SMALL UMBRELLA- P300

SOPHIERED WATER SPORTS RIDES RATES & PACKAGES:

JET SKI Big 
4,000/hr.
3,000/30 mins.

BANANA BOAT
P150./person good for 4 persons (2 rounds)

KAYAK
P250./30mins.
P150./person/30mins. (2 persons)
P250./person/30 mins. (2 persons)

UFO RIDE
good for 2 persons P150.00/person (2rounds)

*Package 1 Php 1,600 for 30 minutes
Group of 4 persons
Banana Boat
Trampoline
Seesaw
Kayak

*Package 2 Php 1,600 for 30 minutes
Group of 4 persons
UFO ride
Trampoline
Seesaw
Kayak

*Package 3 Php 800.00 for 30 minutes
Group of 4 persons
Trampoline
Seesaw
Kayak

SOPHIA EXPRESS BANCA
P4,000 per trip to Agutayan White Island – Capacity: 40 persons

FISHING ROD RENTAL
P100.00/hour

LIFE JACKET RENTAL
P50.00

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Mobile:0917 801 8044
0928 320 8723
0905 356 5769
City/Municipal:Jasaan
Barangay:Bobuntugan
Address:Cagayan-Butuan Hiway
Google Map:SophieRed

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Monte Richi Beach Resort


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There are two adjacent swimming pools – one for kids and one for adults. Small cottages cost ₱250  and tent for ₱1,000. Entrance fee for kids is ₱30 and ₱50 for adults. Entrance fee is doubled beyond 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Famished guests don’t need to look for food outside because they have restaurant that dished up delicious foods. If your friends and family are planning for an overnight stay, there are various rooms you can select.

EXECUTIVE ROOM

Good for 4 pax. (2,500.00/night)
Check in time: 2:00 pm
Check out time: 12:00 nn
Free entrance fee for 6 pax and free use of swimming pool. (Excess pax will be charged 50.00/head)

 

DE LUXE ROOM (2 Storey House)

Good for 4 pax. (3,000.00/night)
Check in time: 2:00 pm
Check out time: 12:00 nn
Free entrance fee for 10 pax and free use of swimming pool. (excess pax will be charged 50.00/head)

 

STANDARD ROOM

Good for 3 pax. (1,700.00/night)
Check in time: 2:00 pm
Check out time: 12:00 nn
Free entrance fee for 5 persons and free use of swimming pool. (excess pax will be charged 50.00/head)

Room Rates:

Standard Room:
Room 4 (good for 5 pax, free entrance fee)                           ₱ 1,700/night
Room 5 (good for 5 pax, free entrance fee)                           ₱ 1,700/night

De Lux Room:
Room1 (good for 10 pcs. Free entrance fee)                         ₱ 3,000/night
Room2 (good for 10 pcs. Free entrance fee)                         ₱ 3,000/night
Room3 (good for 10 pcs. Free entrance fee)                         ₱ 3,000/night

Dormitory Type:
Dorm 1 (good for 17 pax, free entrance free) with CR       ₱ 250/head
Dorm 2 (good for 10 pax, free entrance free) with CR       ₱ 200/head
Dorm 3 (good for 13 pax, free entrance free) with CR       ₱ 200/head

For Reservations, please contact Ms. Cecille or Ms. Eden

Details:

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Mobile:0906 032 3916
(0926 698 4040)
(0995 218 9981)
(0916 694 0177)
City/Municipal:Jasaan
Barangay:Danao
Address:Cagayan-Butuan Hiway
Location:Google Maps
more Info:Entrance Fee: P30 - P50

Room Rates: P1700 - P3000

Jampason Beach Resort

They cater foods and they have restaurant that offers palatable dishes. Their best seller are tinolang isda and kinilaw. Upon entering, you can smell their breads on their bakery displayed at the entrance.

Entrance fee is 250 pesos per head including foods. Room costs 500 pesos within 12 hours.

As of now, they don’t allow guests to swim in the beach because there are no visible lifeguards and their facilities and cottages are still in need of fixing and revamping.

Jampason Beach Resort is open on 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM from Mondays to Saturdays and 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM only on Sundays. (Source)

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Water Delight Resort

Their cottages cost 200 pesos, 400 pesos, and 500 pesos. The venue hall cost 1,000 pesos, 2,000 pesos, and can be 4,000 pesos depending on the range of time it will be used. Rooms cost 700 pesos, 500 pesos, 800 pesos, with and fully aircon rooms.

Regular entrance fee for adult is 30 pesos and 20 pesos for children. Overnight entrance fee is 90 pesos per head and a minimum of 30 persons.

Water delight resorts is open from 6:00AM to 6:00PM. (Source)

Details:

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City/Municipal:Jasaan
Barangay:Luz Banzon
Address:Cagayan-Butuan Hiway
Google Map:Water Delight Resort
more Info:Entrance Fee: P20 - P90

Room Rates: P500 - P1000

Jasaan

Jasaan was named by a Spanish missionary who chanced upon a native sharpening his bolo in Sapong Spring in what is now called Kota, Aplaya, The missionary asked for the name of the place, however, the native replied “Ag-hasaa” meaning “ I am sharpening my bolo”. The missionary, thought that he was answered correctly, called the place “Ag – hasaa”. But finding it difficult for him to pronounce the word, and called it “Hasaan” instead. Then it was changed to “Jasaan”.

“Ag-hasa a” meaning “ I am sharpening my bolo”

See also “Ag Hasa a” Statue

In 1830, the mission of Jasaan was established separately from Cagayan de Oro, where its authority and evangelization reached as far as the towns of Sumilao, Linabo and Malitbog in the province of Bukidnon.

The center of civilization of the new parish and its first Church was at “Daanglungsod,” which is now the Aplaya, Jasaan, where an old kota (watchtower) still exists. This kota, however, has been moved a few meters from where it originally stood to allow for the construction of the national highway in the 1970s.

 

Website: Jasaan
Landline: (08822) 760-076
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Municipal: Jasaan
Barangays: 15
Address: Pres. Quirino St., Upper Jasaan
Email: jasaanofficial2015@gmail.com

Opening Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM from Monday to Friday

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Urban/Rural

Barangay Officials

A barangay is led and governed by its barangay officials. The “barangay officials” is considered as a Local Government Unit (LGU) same as the Provincial and the Municipal Government. It is composed of a Punong Barangay and 7 Barangay Kagawad. Thus, there are 8 members of the Legislative Council in a barangay. Each member has its own respective committee where they are Chairmen of those committees. The Committees are the following: (1) Peace and Order Committee, (2) Infrastructure Committee, (3) Education Committee, (4) Health Committee, (5) Agriculture Committee, (6) Tourism Committee, (7) Finance Committee, and (8) Youth and Sports Committee. There are 3 appointed members of each committee. (Source)

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Karaang Jasaan (Church Ruins)

The ruins are located on top of the hill overlooking Macajalar Bay with an average elevation of 52 masl. The area is locally known as
Karaang Jasaan (Old Jasaan).
It was believed that this was the original settlement of the people in Jasaan before they transferred to the present location in Barangay Poblacion. The site is a complex Spanish structure composed of a church (single nave with courtyard), belfry, and another ruin located in the eastern side of the church. The church has a dimension of 50 m x 46 m. Its courtyard is 14 m x 15 m. The belfry has a hexagonal shape located nine meters from the northern side of the church entrance. The separate ruins found 52 m east of the church is recorded as X-Ruins. The X-Ruins has an L-formation with measuring 12 m x 9 m x 14 m. (Source)

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Kota na Bato

Kota na Bato (fort made of stone), former name was ‚Baluarte‛. This ruins are located beside the Cagayan de Oro – Butuan National Road and inside the property of Carmen Zayas. The ruins have a concave formation made of coral stones. The wall has an approximate thickness of one meter. (Source)

The kota
With the arrival of Muslim scholars from nearby Indonesia, the native Filipinos were introduced to the concept of the Kota or fort. The Muslim Filipinos of the south built strong fortresses called kota or moong to protect their communities. Usually, many of the occupants of these kotas are entire families rather than just warriors. Lords often had their own kotas to assert their right to rule, it served not only as a military installation but as a palace for the local Lord. (Source)

See also Karaang Jasaan

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