The City of General Santos, also known as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines, thrives by being the Philippines’ top producer of sashimi-grade tuna.
Blessed with bountiful marine resources, the people of GenSan celebrate the region’s main export by holding an annual Tuna Festival every first week of September. The city also boasts of sprawling coastlines and scenic countryside views.
GenSan has become a melting pot of cultures given the influx of people with diverging backgrounds from all over Mindanao. To celebrate the peaceful connections that make up the fabric of the city, GenSan celebrates Kalilangan Festival, held during the city’s founding anniversary.
Once hailed as Mindanao’s frontier, GenSan prides itself on its picturesque peaks and island views that captivate locals and tourists alike.
One of the many must-experience eco-tourism destinations is the Kalaja Karsts Land, derived from the word “kalaha”, which literally means frying pot. Surrounded by karsts formation carved millions of years ago, it now features unique caves and waterfalls.
A highly urbanized city, General Santos brims with opportunities across all sectors.
Not only is its tuna industry well known, but GenSan is also a main exporter of various strains of corn, coconut, pineapple, asparagus, banana, and rice. With over 11,000 micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), registerd in 2019, this southern city demonstrates its thriving local economy.
GenSan also boasts of notable infrastructure in Mindanao such as General Santos Fish Port Complex,
considered a major fishing harvest port in Mindanao; the Makar Wharf, a seaport serving as an inter-island transportation and an export zone for agricultural and marine products; and the General Santos International Airport, the largest airport in Mindanao. Through the Pan-pacific Highway, General Santos is considered as a gateway city to all areas of Mindanao, linking it to other key cities in the country.
All these developments have coalesced to make GenSan one of the most economically vibrant cities in the country.
Camella Trails GenSan is a seven-hectare community themed after Spanish- Mediterranean architecture. Inspiring a life as abundant as a summer’s harvest or a catch on a full moon it ensures that residents enjoy the urban advantages of a city through access to educational institutions, medical facilities, commercial strips, and various dining options.
The neighborhood offers an opportunity for every family to experience an elevated lifestyle through its various home offerings, from two-bedroom townhomes to five-bedroom two-storey homes. The gated community is secured by top-notch 24/7 security features and complemented by family-oriented amenities to suit the needs of its homeowners.
Camella Trails GenSan, in Purok Malipayon, Barangay San Isidro, is situated close to the city’s main artery, the National Highway, via NLSA Road.
Camella Home Series
TCP: Php 5.4M
Floor Area: 66 sqm.
Min. Lot Area: 88 sqm.
2-Storey Single Firewall, 3 Bedrooms, Living Area, Dining Area, Kitchen, 2 Toilet and Bath, Provision for Balcony & Carport
TCP: Php 10M
Floor Area: 142 sqm.
Min. Lot Area: 176 sqm.
2-Storey Single Firewall, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Master Bedroom, 1 Extra Room, Family Area, Living Area, Dining Area, Kitchen, 2 Toilet & Baths, 1 Master Toilet & Bath, Porch, Balcony, Carport
With an array of spaces to choose from, every minute spent turns into precious memories, for you and your family.
Feel the warm embrace of the pockets of nature. A perfect spot to cherish wonderful times and savor desired breaks.
This is where treasured moments are yours to celebrate, all within Camella Trails Gensan.
Located at Nursery Road, Brgy. Katangawan, General Santos City, South Cotabato
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