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  • Pinacanauan River The Largest Tributary

    The Cagayan Valley is said to be one of the most fertile lands in the Philippines, owing this distinction to its many rich and beautiful rivers like the serene and crystal clear Pinacanauan River, which is truly a sight to behold.

    Pinacanauan River is one of the largest tributaries of the Cagayan River, the longest, widest and most powerful river in the Philippines. Its name comes from the local term pinacanauan, which means “left-most.” It is found in the southeast of Cagayan Province in the municipality of Peñablanca in Cagayan Valley. Along with other rivers, it drains the agricultu ...

  • Explore nature in Palaui Island

    As a natural marine reserve, Palaui Island and the waters surrounding it teem with the beauty and bounty of nature, with hectares of undisturbed coral providing refuge to more than 20 commercial species of fish. San Vicente, Santa Ana and the Palaui Island are the destinations for water and sport fishing enthusiasts. Sta. Ana is the Philippine Sailfish Capital famous worldwide for its abundant marine life and is site of national and international game fishing competitions.

    The Cape Engaño Lighthouse in Palaui Island dates back to the Spanish Regime and is the only operational lighthouse ...

  • Over 400 Youths Join Tree Planting

    More than 400 high school and college students from various schools of Cagayan Valley conducted a tree planting and coastal clean-up in this town over the weekend as a show of commitment to address issues on climate change.

    The youths earlier hiked the 4.5–kilometer road from the Pattao National High School here to Barangay Centro where a series of environmental awareness lectures were conducted by experts from the Department of Environment and National Resources (DENR).

    The activity is part of the Regional Climate Change Youth Summit (RCCYS) sponsored by the DENR and Philippine Inform ...