Cabadbaran is a sixth income class city and the provincial capital of Agusan del Norte, Mindanao, Philippines. It has a population of 73,639 according to the 2015 census.[3] Founded in 1894, the city rose from its Spanish period beginnings to become the premier town of Agusan del Norte. Its rich cultural heritage is evident in its preserved colonial period houses and its archaeological collections. Following its recent declaration as a city, it is also the officially designated capital of the province per Republic Act 8811.

Cabadbaran lies 9 degrees north latitude and 125 degrees and 30 minutes east longitude in the northeastern part ofMindanao. Its boundaries are Tubay and Santiago to the north, Butuan Bay to the west, Magallanes and R. T. Romualdezto the south, and Sibagat, Agusan del Sur to the east. It is 29 kilometres (18 mi) from Butuan City. It is generally flat with rolling hills and swamplands in its western part. The highest of all mountains in the Caraga Region, Mount Hilong-Hilong (with an altitude of 2,012 metres (6,601 ft) above sea level), rises in this city.

Cabadbaran has the biggest area planted with coconuts in Agusan del Norte with 18.46% of the total land area planted with the crop.

Cabadbaran has been planted, the total area planted with coconut crop land in Agusan del Norte's 18.46% largest area.

Cities also have economic booming source based on the agricultural industry, commerce and trade, export and industrial products; it also alters ecological tourist destination, from caraga peak mile long tunnel adventure tourism website.

Easily accessible from the cities of Surigao and Butuan, the city has modern transport, communications, banking and accommodation facilities.