Quirino is a landlocked province in the Philippines in the Cagayan Valley Region, bordered on the southeast by Aurora, on the west by Nueva Vizcaya, and on the north by Isabela.
If you’re looking for native delicacies, the municipality of Saguday has kamias prunes, peanut products, tamarind candy and ginger tea. You can also go antique-hunting, or compare fossilized flowers. For bigger-item buys, try one of Quirino’s bigger industries – wooden furniture for home and office use.
Quirino’s main industry is agriculture, specifically rice and corn crops. Banana and banana chips are also highly popular products from this area. There is also a market for beautiful dried flowers.
Quirino has a lot of falls, making it a must-see for those who love chasing waterfalls. The town of Maddela alone has seven waterfalls. Reaching the top-tier falls gives you a bonus, breathtaking view of the Sierra Madre mountain range. There is also the Sinipit Falls, with its stunning rock formations. Other falls to check out are the Pensal Falls and Dinatay Falls.
Another popular area would be the Aglipay Limestone Cave — perfect for those who would like to try spelunking.
For those who just want to enjoy a view of nature, you might want to check out the Tapao Viewdeck, which has full vantage of a field, mountain ranges and the sunset, depending on the time of day.