Cagayan de Oro or officially known as the city of Cagayan de Oro is another first-class urbanized city which can be found in Northern Mindanao of Philippines, being a chartered city and capital of Misamis Oriental province. Being the regional center as well as a business hub of Northern Mindanao and part of the Metropolitan Cagayan de Oro area, its economy is mainly driven by industry, commerce, trade, service and tourism.
The off-peak season is in December which is the least humid month in Cagayan de Oro. As such, one can expect travel costs to be much lesser if you are traveling around this month. The peak time to visit Cagayan de Oro is usually around May, as well as July to August, therefore expect prices of flight tickets as well as accommodations to go on the rise around this time. If you plan your trip well, you can undoubtedly save your finance because the price for hotels and flights during the peak season will cost you a lot of money. Being a well-developed city with a good economy, Cagayan de Oro is one of the cities in the Philippines with a rich setup and culture. Therefore when you are in Cagayan de Oro, you can look forward to participating in the events and festivals organized just like a local would. The highly expected festival in Cagayan de Oro city would be the Higalaay Festival which is held annually on 28th of August to celebrate the feast day of St. Augustine, which is the city's patron saint. The multitude of events will be organized throughout August in conjunction with this particular festival such as Kumbira Culinary Show, Cagayan de Oro Carnival Parade, Higalas Parade of Floats and Icons and many more.
Puerto Princesa International Airport - This is the only airport that serves Puerto Princesa. It is located within the city limit, just around seven kilometers from the city hall. The airport got its new passenger terminal in 2017 to accommodate the increasing number of passengers. In 2018, the Perto Princesa International Airport handled more than 2 million passengers. There are several local and international airlines providing services at Puerto Princesa International Airport, connecting the city to other cities in the Philippines and Taipei and South Korea. Transportations from the airport are plenty such as taxis, buses and car rentals together with the unique Philippines vehicle, the Jeepneys.
Laguindingan Airport - Laguindingan Airport is the primary airport meant to serve the cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan, in addition to the regions of Misamis Oriental, Lanao del Norte and Bukidnon. Sitting on a 4.17 square kilometers site in Barangay Moog which is about 46 kilometers from Cagayan de Oro and 57 kilometers from Iligan, it is the six busiest airports in the country. It is a public airport operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, being classified as a Principal Domestic Airport Class I. Opens since 2013 to replace Lumia Airport, the airport is now able to accommodate up to around two million passengers annually. At an elevation of 58 meters, the runway is 2,100 meters long and is made of concrete. It is the hub for Cebu Pacific and Philippines AirAsia as well as catering to Philippine Airlines and Royal Air for flights heading to and from Manila, Clark, Cebu and many more.
Cagayan de Oro, in a similar fashion to other regions around the Philippines and nearby countries in the Southeast Asia region, is said to have a tropical rainforest climate which dry season is shorter or almost negligible, and rainfall is normally heavy throughout the year with at least 60 millimeters of rainfall every month of the year. The average maximum temperature in Cagayan de Oro around 30 and 34 degree Celsius while the average minimum is around 17 and 19 degree Celsius. The hottest months are usually around April, May and June. Cagayan de Oro also has a high humidity with some months being more humid than others.