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Provinces & Destinations - Nueva Ecija

Araquio of Peñaranda

The Arakyo is a traditional re-enactment of Queen Helena and King Constantine's search for the cross where Christ was crucified. Similarly, the komedya or moro-moro carries on in the barrio of Kita-kita, San Jose City and Sta. Rosa. The event is held every first week of May.

Gabaldon Falls

Gabaldon Falls is the lure of Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija. It is located at the 200-hectare Sabani Estate Agricultural College . The ten-foot waterfalls is surrounded by huge rock formation and the rippling ice-cold water.

Gapan Church

The first Augustinian mission in lowland Nueva Ecija was founded in Gapan in 1595. The Roman Catholic Church of Byzantine architecture, built within 16 years (1856-1872) and the old municipal hall used as a tribunal endure as a reminder of their pioneering forefathers.

General Luna Statue and Marker
Cabanatuan City

A statue of Gen. Luna astride a horse in the exact spot where Luna was assassinated in the city which subsequently adopted him.

Minalungao National Park

Declared as a national park, it features a breathtaking view of the narrow but deep Penaranda River . A cave whose distance is yet to be reached features a yawning pit, ante-chambers of flowing draperies and a magnificent hall adorned with natural chandeliers.

Pantabangan Dam

Pantabangan Dam, the country's first multi-purpose infrastructure, stand today as a phenomenon in Filipino Engineering feats. Cutting across a rich valley floor, the Pampanga River was tamed for irrigation and generation of hydro-electric power.

Tanduyong Festival
San Jose City

Every year, on the fourth of April, The people of San Jose dance through the main street in a colorful, enchanting celebration of the blessing of the harvest.

Taong Putik of Aliaga
Brgy. Bibiclat, Aliaga

This is a ritual done during the feast of St. John the Baptist, patron saint of the residents of Brgy. Bibiclat where men and women smear their faces and cover their body with mud to conceal their identities. The event is celebrated every June 24.


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