Cauayan, located in Isabela, known for its agriculture, is also called the “Mushroom City of the North” for making some of the tastiest mushrooms in the country. Those who want to visit mushroom farms will find that the city offers many in Barangay Tagaran. Cauayan is also originally the home of the Gaddang people, which is commemorated during the annual Gawagaway-yan Festival. The festival also holds a series of creative performances and street dances by several ethno-linguistic groups. Cauayan is also known to have produced the longest cassava roll at 1.250 km (0.77 miles) in 2005.
For a taste of Cauayan’s fresh fruits and vegetables, be sure to make a trip to the Gulayan ng Bayan, and support local farmers and the practice of backyard farming. The Cortez and Lindon Fruit Farm are also popular go-to areas for fresh produce. Meanwhile, those who want to experience a bit of architecture and history should also visit the Our Lady of the Pillars Church.
In Barangay Sillawit, visit the Isabela Green Valley Farm and meet agricultural entrepreneur Floresma Dacuycuy. A collection of her orchids, bromeliads, and plants makes for a beautiful yard that your eyes will feast on. Visit the Old Tabacalera Warehouse, an old tobacco industry created in 1881 to supply the Tobacco Monopoly of the Spanish government.
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