Nueva Vizcaya News
While the school year has ended for most schoolers, it starts the annual cultural and traditional learning among children belonging to the indigenous peoples in the province.
The IP Summer Workshop, now on its fourth year, has been teaching IP children here on the proper native dances, songs and other traditional practices of various tribes.
The annual program is supported by the Department of Education, National Commission on Indigenous Peoples and tribal chieftains of Gaddang, Isinai, Bugkalot, Kalanguya, Ifugao, Iwak, Kankanaey and Ibaloi tribes, among others.
The IP Summer Worksho ...
A Philippine hawk eagle was turned over to the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (Cenro) through the City Government of Baguio on Monday, April 10.
Eleno with children Roldan and Grace Lao-ing personally went to the office of Mayor Mauricio Domogan Monday to report they found an eagle along Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya.
Eleno narrated, his family attended a burial at Tabuk, Kalinga and while on their way home to Baguio, it was very foggy along Kapaya, Nueva Vizcaya in the night of April 7 when suddenly, the headlight of their vehicle bumped to what they thought was a stone.
A 240-HECTARE military reservation area at Fort Magsaysay in Palayan City will be replanted with indigenous trees under a tripartite agreement that will benefit indigenous people (IP) in the uplands of Nueva Ecija.
The agreement was signed on September 6 by Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau (ERDB) Director Dr. Henry A. Adornado; Judge Virgilio DG. Caballero, president of Bacao Ecological Systems and Technologies Inc. (Besti); and Lt. Col. Eugenio Batara (Seventh Infantry Division, Philippine Army or PA) on behalf of Maj. Gen. Angelito De Leon of the Armed Forces of the Philippines ...
More activities for the elderlies and showcasing of local products above others will be added in the overall activities and attractions of the "Ammungan" Festival next year, provincial officials here said.
Governor Carlos Padilla said the activities and attractions were suggested during the early meeting of concerned agencies which will be part of the preparations for the various programs and activities including attractions that should be made during the Ammungan Festival from May 20-24 next year.
"We have to prepare early so that we can do more for the celebration of our founding ...
While Nueva Vizcaya may be bypassed for the other provinces surrounding it: you've got Benguet in the west, Ifugao in the north, and Isabela in the northeast. Rather than treat the province as a rest stop on to other places, why not take the time to explore what it has to offer? Surrounded by three large mountain ranges in North Luzon, Nueva Vizcaya is a mountainous region offering lots of adventure and even history.
A few municipalities in Nueva Vizcaya might stand out: Bayombong (the capital and educational center), Bambang (the agricultural district), Solano (the financial hub) and Kayap ...
Got a spare weekend and thinking of an ultimate adventure somewhere? How about crossing Nueva Vizcaya off your bucket list!?
In less than P2,300 pesos from Manila, discover this landlocked province which is considered as one of the least explored places in Luzon. What's in store are natural attractions that are mostly in their pristine state – majestic waterfalls, wondrous cave systems, verdant rice terraces and more!
Here's our weekend itinerary to help you plan your trip to Nueva Vizcaya.
2200H: Departure from Quezon City to Santa Fe, Nueva Vizcaya