PHOTOS: Fuerte de San Agustin and the Pirate Shipwreck of Seven Seas Waterpark June 2017 Update

Guarding the Seven Seas Waterpark from pirate ships is the Fuerte de San Agustin “Fort San Agustin”, named after the patron Saint of Cagayan de Oro, Saint Augustine of Hippo.


Cannon in Fuerte de San Agustin defending the Seven Seas Waterpark from pirate ships.


Main entrance of Fuerte de San Agustin.


Fuerte de San Agustin will serve as a museum of old artifacts and pictures. There’s also a tunnel moat for the Mighty Maui River ride.


In front of Fuerte de San Agustin is the docking station of the Mighty Maui River ride.


Inside look of Fuerte de San Agustin.


There’s a secret passage inside the Fort San Agustin that you should check out.


Pirate ship wrecked by the cannonballs fired from Fort San Agustin’s cannons.


There’s a hanging bridge on the top of the pirate shipwreck for adventure lovers.

Details on entrance fee price and grand opening date will be announced soon.

Seven Seas Waterpark and Resort is located in Barra, Opol, Misamis Oriental, Philippines.

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