Quirino lies in the southeastern portion of Cagayan Valley . It is situated within the upper portion of the Cagayan River basin and bounded by Isabela on the north, Aurora on the
east and southeast, and Nueva Vizcaya on the west and southwest.The Ilocano dialect is used widely in the lowlands of the province’s various municipalities while Ifugao is predominant in the uplands.
In view of its location within the watersheds of the Caraballo and Cordillera mountain ranges and its distinction as the major source of fruits and vegetables in the region, Nueva Vizcaya is hailed as a “Watershed Haven and Agro-Forestry”.
Buses and public utility jeepneys ply the routes around the province. Tricycles are numerous in every town. Van/car rental services are available with rates depending on the type of vehicle used and the distance traveled.
Nueva Vizcaya is located in the heart of Northern Luzon, about 268 kilometers north of Manila and 118 kilometers south of Tuguegarao City. It is geographically located at the
southernmost part of Region 02 and is often referred to as the gateway to vast Cagayan Valley Region. It is bounded on the north by Ifugao, in the northeast by Isabela, east by Quirino, west by Benguet and south by Nueva Ecija.
In view of its location within the watersheds of the Caraballo and Cordillera mountain ranges and its distinction as the major of fruits and vegetables in the region, Nueva Vizcaya is hailed as a “Watershed Haven and Agro-Forestry”.
Buses and public utility jeepneys ply the routes around the province. Tricycles are numerous in every town. Van/car rental services are available with rates depending on the type of vehicle … Read more »
Isabela is the second largest province in the Philippines, is situated in the northeastern part of Luzon. It is bounded on the north by the province of Cagayan, on the east by the Pacific Ocean,
on the south by the provinces of Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino and Aurora and on the west by the provinces of Kalinga, Apayao,Mt. Province and Ifugao. Its capital town, Ilagan, 398 kilometers north of Manila, can be reached in forty-five (45) minutes air travel.
The province of Isabela, considered the “Queen of the North”, has 35 municipalities and 2 cities. It has an aggregate area of 1,066,456 hectares (10,664.56 sq. kilometers) representing 39.74 percent of the regional territory . Isabela is divided into three physiographical areas.
Eastern Isabela is rugged and thickly forested. The massive Sierra Madre Mountain range straddles the entire length of the province … Read more »
Cagayan is located at the topmost part of the main island of Luzon, Philippines, has a bountiful array of natural resources and a dynamic people in well-organized communities
which can provide a very fertile environment for business growth.A lush valley at the northeast most tip of the Philippines, Cagayan is a stark surprise of verdant Sierra Madre and Cordillera mountains to the longest and widest river in the Philippines, the Cagayan River, from the lovely beaches of coastal towns to luxuriant lands heavy with golden plants to the infinite bosom of the Pacific Ocean.
Cagayan is the Regional Seat of the Cagayan Valley Region. Tuguegarao, the capital town is the seat of commerce and trade and center for learning. The province has the largest marine fishing grounds and 73 percent of the region’s potential fishpond area.
Batanes is the smallest province of the Philippines, located about 860 kilometers north of the center of government in Manila, and about 280 kilometers from Aparri, Cagayan.
Strategically, Batanes is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean to the east, the China Sea to the West and the Bashi and Balintang Channels to the north and south, respectively. With the Japan current on the Pacific Ocean side which carries with it rich natural food for pelagic fishes, the surrounding 4,500 square kilometers of terrritorial waters is also a rich fishing ground that extends 260 kilometers to the Pacific Ocean, 160 kilometers to the South China Sea and 112 kilometers to the north in the Bashi Channel.
The vast 4,500 square kilometers of territorial water teem with various pelagic fishes and other marine products. Flying fish, gar fish and dimersal species … Read more »