Certified authentic by Dr. Erlinda Burton, the curator of Museo de Oro at Xavier University, the so-called 200-000 year old Oyster Hill in Laguindingan town in Misamis Oriental is expected to become a major eco-tourism site in the years to come.

Located just 3 kilometers from the National Highway and some 500 feet above sea level, the place is owned by the Ilogon Family. See sketch map below.

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See some of the oysters found at the site which dates some 2 million to 20,000 years ago.

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all photos by Oyster Hill Facebook page

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