Reasons Why Tourists Should Visit Nueva Vizcaya

-Reasons Why Tourists Should Visit Nueva Vizcaya-

Reasons Why Tourists Should Visit Nueva Vizcaya
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Whether your a foreign tourist or a full-blooded Filipino who wants to visit this side of the archipelago, you will surely love to get to know more about Nueva Vizcaya. It is a landlocked province bounded by three mountain ranges: Sierra Madre, Cordillera and Caraballo. Found in the heart of Northern Luzon, the province in known to be Naturally Vibrant. With its natural wonders and rich cultural treasures embedded around its famous landmarks, this province has certainly a lot more to offer.

Nueva Vizcaya is definitely a place where you can relax and enjoy life in the countryside. Take an adventure and explore its picturesque mountains, pristine waterfalls, enchanting caves and rich traditions of diverse indigenous communities.

Here are some of the reasons why you should come and discover Nueva Vizcaya:

Pick fresh Citrus -Malabing Valley

To understand a people, you have got to taste their food! Orange are among nature’s most perfect fruits. Taste these juicy sweet-tasting varieties of these oranges in Nueva Vizcaya. Making the province “Citrus Capital of the Philippines”.

Caving Adventure -Capisaan Caves

Your tour will not be complete without the Capisaan Caves. It is one of the best-known destinations in Nueva Vizcaya. It is the fifth longest cave system in the country. In fact, the speleologists called it a geologist paradise because of its varying rare formations inside the caves.

Climb over Mountains -Mt. Pulag

Reasons Why Tourists Should Visit Nueva Vizcaya         

You’ll never run out of things to do in Nueva Vizcaya! Why? Because not only does Nueva Vizcaya have the breathtaking waterfalls, it also has the mountain! Climb the 2,992 meters above sea level, famous Mt. Pulag National Park. It is the third highest mountain in the Philippines and highest peak in Luzon. It is accessible by foot from capital town of Bayombong and located west towards the boundary of Nueva Vizcaya and Benguet.

Province of Great People

Nueva Vizcaya comprises of great minds in the Philippine history such as Roy Anthony Cutaran Bennett was the outspoken editor of the Manila Bulletin before and during the Japanese invasion of the Philippines. Also, Xyza Cruz Bacani a Filipina street photographer and documentary photographer. In addition, Roy V. Aragon a Filipino writer writing in the Iloko and Filipino languages. And lastly, Eulogio “Amang” Adona Rodríguez Sr., a Filipino politician with the longest-serving Senate President after Manuel L. Quezon.

Indeed, Nueva Vizcaya is a place where you can enjoy memorable activities. It is a place where love and respect for the culture and natural wonders.<

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