This mountainous province in Cagayan Valley may be landlocked, but it is definitely not lacking in tourist attractions; natural and historical wonders abound here.
Nueva Vizcaya is a major producer of citrus crops, earning it the title “Citrus Capital of the Philippines”. Popular places to buy tangy fruits are Bayombong, and the Nueva Vizcaya Agricultural Terminal in Bambang. Different varieties of oranges, honeydew, pomelo and ponkan can be found in these areas.
There are several mountains, caves and falls in this area — great for anyone who wants to try their hand at outdoor activities like hiking and spelunking. Arguably one of the most known mountains here is Mount Pulag, which can be navigated through the Ambaguio Trail. Other beautiful mountains include Mount Ugo in Kayapa, and Mount Palali.
Take your pick from the many caves and cave systems in the area: there are large cave systems like the Capisaan Cave System, which has a network of caves and even underground rivers. There’s also the Heaven Cave and Alayan Cave, both at Malabing Valley.
There is the Imugan Waterfalls, a two-tiered waterfall which is great for swimming (it’s not that deep), only a 30-minute trek from town.
Nueva Vizcaya also has historical attractions, such as Dalton Pass (also called Balete Pass) and the People’s Museum and Library. Dalton Pass is known for its role in World War II history, as the site of battles against the Japanese. It’s a strategic passageway between Pampanga and Cagayan Valley. On the other hand, the People’s Museum and Library is a site that preserves Novo Vizcayano history, culture and heritage.
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