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  Cagayan Valley, from eco-tourism to gamefishing, have a go!
Cagayan Valley lends itself to a facination not normally found, mainly due to the lack of transportation and facilities to accommodate tourists.
The Cagayan Valley is jammed between the Pacific Ocean to the north and east and the Cordillrea Mountain Range to the west.
Cagayan Province is the ecotourism centre of the Cagayan Valley Region.
www.philippines-travel-guide.com /cagayan-valley.html   (550 words)

 Cagayan Valley region, Philippines   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
Its boundaries are Bashi Channel on the north, the Pacific Ocean on the east, the Cordillera Administrative Region on the west and the provinces of Aurora and Nueva Ecija on the south.
Cagayan River Basin, the longest and the largest river in the country, is the main waterway, flowing towards the north from the southern end of the valley and emptying into the Babuyan Channel in Aparri.
Cagayan Valley, located at the northern part of the country, is surrounded by mountain ranges (Caraballo Mountain Range in the south; Cordillera Mountain Range in the west; Sierra Madre Range in the east).
home.comcast.net /~maesteban/island_groups/luzon/region2/cagayanvalleyregion.htm   (297 words)

 Province of Cagayan Website :: GEOGRAPHY
Cagayan is a vast expanse of plains and valleys, bordered by mountains, running north to south both on its east and west ramparts.
The larger tributaries of the Cagayan River are the Pinacanauan River in Peñablanca in the southeast; the Dummun River in Gattaran and the Pared River in Alcala, both in central Cagayan; and the Zinundungan River in Lasam and the Matalag River in Rizal, both in the west.
Similarly, the northeastern and northwestern parts of Cagayan are strips of level land, hemmed in by the sea on the north and by the mountains and hills on the south.
cagayano.tripod.com /geotopo.html   (670 words)

Cagayan is the Regional Seat of the Cagayan Valley Region.
Be that as it may, the fact remains that before the Spaniards came to Cagayan the natives had already been in contact with foreigners who enriched their life and culture with encrustations from their own.
That the early inhabitants of Cagayan lived in villages which were properly organized and which maintained trade and security relations with one another give proof of the kind of culture which existed among them already at that time.
www.freewebs.com /articulo2/aboutcagayan.htm   (1007 words)

 CROC - Location (Cagayan Valley)
The low-lying, flat floodplains of the Cagayan Valley are intensively cultivated.
The climate in Cagayan Valley is characterized by a relatively dry season from January till May and a wet season from June to December.
The Cagayan River is the lifeline of the valley.
www.cvped.org /croc_locationcv.php   (371 words)

 WOW Philippines :: Explore Philippines :: Description   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
Cagayan is the Regional Seat of the Cagayan Valley Region.
The province is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the east, on the south is Isabela province, on the west is the Cordillera Mountain, and on the north by the Balintang Channel and the Babuyan Group of Islands.
Cagayan has a total population of 993,580 as of the year 2000 census of population, or 110.36 persons per square kilometer.
www.tourism.gov.ph /explore_phil/place_details.asp?content=description&province=5   (437 words)

 The Provincial Profile of Cagayan
The pacification and settlement of the Cagayan proceeded slowly because of the hostility of the natives who were indisposed to colonization.
The Cagayan Museum is a repository of the province’s cultural heritage.
The winding Cagayan River irrigates the alluvial plains and enriches it with sediments.
www.geocities.com /lppsec/pp/cagayan.htm   (1619 words)

 Cagayan Valley Region   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
Its boundaries are Bashi Channel on the north, the Pacific Ocean on the east, the Cordillera Administrative Region on the west and the provinces of Aurora and Nueva Ecija on the south.
Cagayan River Basin, the longest and the largest river in the country, is the main waterway, flowing towards the north from the southern end of the valley and emptying into the Babuyan Channel in Aparri.
Region II’s major urban centers are the capital town of Basco in Batanes, Aparri and Tuguegarao in Cagayan, Ilagan in Isabela, Bayombong and Solano in Nueva Vizcaya and Cabarroguis in Quirino.
www.evis.net.ph /subregions/subregion2.htm   (755 words)

 Philippines : Gov.Ph : News : Cagayan Valley group throws support to PGMA; calls for sobriety, respect for rule of law ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
A multi-party group from Cagayan Valley (Region II) endorsed and submitted to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo today a region-wide Manifesto of Support for her leadership and a stronger Republic.
Cagayan Valley or Region II is made up of the provinces of Batanes, Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya and Quirino.
Among the Cagayan Valley elected officials in attendance at the Aguinaldo State Dining Room in Malacanang this morning were Isabela Vice Governor Ramon Reyes, Quirino Vice Governor Dakila Carlo Cua, and Santiago City Mayor Amelita Navarro.
www.gov.ph /news/printerfriendly.asp?i=11223   (428 words)

 Paleolithic Archaelogical Sites in Cagayan Valley - UNESCO World Heritage Centre
Province of Cagayan - Municipalities of Solana and Penablanca
Paleolithic sites are located within the Cagayan Valley Basin which is bordered by the Sierra Mountain range on the East; the Caraballo on the South; the Cordillera Central on the west; and the Babuyan Channel on the north.
Cagayan Valley, like many other provinces in the Philippines, was never isolated from foreign influence as was earlier believed.
whc.unesco.org /en/tentativelists/2069   (289 words)

 Cagayan Valley, Region II, Philippines   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
The Cagayan Valley Region is defined by the Cagayan River, the largest in the Philippines.
The Province of Cagayan occupies the lower course of the river, and the northeast corner of the island of Luzon (with a few offshore islets).
Cagayan's area is 9,003 sq.km., its population 952,000 (by the 2000 census) in twenty-nine towns, of which Tuguegarao is the capital.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ph-ii.html   (1478 words)

 Cagayan River Summary
The Cagayan River is the longest and largest river in the Philippines.
The Cagayan Valley in Luzon is covered by the deep alluvium deposited by the river and its various tributaries, the main ones being the Chico, Ilagan, and Magat Rivers.
Both the Cagayan River and all its tributaries are subject to extensive flooding during the heavy rainfall that occurs during the monsoon and also the typhoon seasons.
www.bookrags.com /Cagayan_River   (307 words)

 The Philippine Travel Destinations-Cordillera and Cagayan Valley
La Trinidad Valley is considered the Salad Bowl of the Philippines with its numerous vegetable plantations.
The great Cagayan Valley of northeastern Luzon is inhabited mainly by the Ibang, Itawes and Ilocano ethno linguistic groups along with various tribal communities.
In Kalinga is the Chico River Valley with Mount Manting-oy, known as Sleeping Beauty due to its resemblance to a reclining woman.
www.e-travelphilippines.com /cordillera-and-cagayan-valley.htm   (1636 words)

 Bulatlat - The Philippines's alternative weekly magazine
This harvest season, corn and rice farmers in Cagayan Valley are getting the most from the land, thanks to their collective bargaining power.
Inspite of last year’s devastating flashfloods, some farmers earned enough income this harvest season to be able to buy hand tractors and other farm implements as well as household appliances, and even make repairs in their houses.
In Cagayan Valley, it is common for farmers to give their produce, instead of money, as payment for their debts to traders.
www.bulatlat.com /news/6-14/6-14-cagayan.htm   (1120 words)

 Diocese of Bayombong   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
This sitio or barrio could have been anywhere between what is now the province of Cagayan in the north, and the mountains bordering Nueva Ecija in the south, because as the Spaniards colonized the Philippines, the entire Cagayan Valley, now Region III, was simply one province called Cagayan.
Nueva Vizcaya is the southernmost province of the Cagayan Valley Region, separated from Nueva Ecija and the rest of Luzon southward by the Caraballo Mountains.
The majestic Cagayan River, which winds through the entire Cagayan Valley and empties into the Babuyan Channel on the north of Luzon, starts from Nueva Vizcaya.
www.cbcponline.org /jurisdictions/bayombong.html   (688 words)

 Cagayan Valley, Philippines
TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan – Various cause oriented groups here on Saturday called on concerned authorities to help them in their search for justice for last month’s killing of two members of a local peasant group allegedly at the hands of the Army in the province.
Jansel Reyes, media officer of the National Democratic Front-Cagayan Valley (NDF-CV), said the families of Roger Aglugob, 32; and Maximo Sebastian, 39 ; are still being kept in the dark on whether they could achieve justice for their family members reported to have been killed by Army troops on Sept. 19.
A high school senior student of Cagayan National High School beaten the other contestants when she scored fifteen in a 21-tourism related questions given by the personnel of the Cagayan Valley’s tourism office who also served as quizmaster.
luzon.wowphilippines.com /cagayan   (2821 words)

 HotBot Web Search for cagayan
Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan is a Filipino, Catholic and Jesuit academic community dedicated to the integral development of the...
Cagayan is a province of the Philippines in the Cagayan Valley region in Luzon.
People from Cagayan de Oro are warm and hospitable giving it the name the City of Golden Friendship.
www.hotbot.com /index.php?ps=null&loc=related11&tab=web&provKey=Inktomi&query=cagayan   (267 words)

 Save the Longest River in the Philippines
Cagayan River is the longest and widest river in the Philippines.
The fertile ground of the Valley and the irrigation provided by the river bestowed upon it bountiful crops all-year round.
If you are interested in learning about the people and the issues of the Valley, we encourage you to visit the areas affected.
www.geocities.com /cagayan_river   (380 words)

The peasants in Cagayan, where large tracts of haciendas exists are getting organized and this is why the military and the landlords as well as the bureaucrat capitalist-politicians in these area are conniving to attack the peasants and destroy their unity.
The peasants of Cagayan has a brave and revolutionary tradition in leading the peasant upsurge all over the nation during the time of the much hated Marcos fascist regime.
The death of Liccayo and Javier and other sons and daughters of Cagayan Valley will not deter the peasants in fighting for genuine land reform and nationalist industrialization that will cut the shackles from their bounded and stolen lives.
www.indybay.org /newsitems/2006/11/29/18334038.php   (637 words)

 Preliminary Information - Cagayan State University
The Cagayan State University is mandated by its charter to provide better services in professional and technical training in the arts, sciences, humanities and technology.
The shield is superimposed with a golden field which is the map of Cagayan, its service area and the province most-dear to the institution.
Common charges are also emphasized depicting its being an educational institution; the book which is the source of Knowledge, skills, values and the fountain of life and torch indicative of the university being the source of light and human enlightenment in the whole province.
www.csu.ph /preliminary_information.html   (529 words)

 Bradley Rymph: Travel Album: Philippines, Tuguegarao   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
Tuguegarao City is the capital of Cagayan Province, on the northeastern corner of Luzon Island.
Tuguegarao City serves as the economic heart of the Cagayan Valley, northeastern Luzon island's flatlands formed by the Cagayan River (the country's longest) as it flows north to the sea.
Tools unearthed amid fossils in the Cagayan Valley have persuaded archaeologists that human life in the region dates back to the Paleolithic era, more than 40,000 years ago.
members.aol.com /bbrtravel2/travphil6.htm   (199 words)

 CAGAYAN VALLEY   (Site not responding. Last check: 0000-00-00)
The province of Cagayan is bounded by the mountain range Of Sierra Madre on the east extending up tothe beaches of the coastal towns, on the South is Isabela Province.
On the west Cordillero Mountain and on the north by the Balitang Channel, Babuyanes and the China Sea.
The Lady of the Visitation was orginally called the Lady of the Rosary, perhaps because it was supposedly bought from Macao to the Philippines in 1604 by the devotees of the Rosary, the Dominican Friars.
library.thinkquest.org /28616/noframes/philippines/placestogo/valley.htm   (221 words)

 Cagayan Valley Region Real Estate [ Ah Yer! Philippines ]
Commercial real estate in Cagayan Valley Region may be comprised of office space or exclusive commercial and industrial properties, as well as realty such as hotels, etc.
It is also advised for you to take a look at our Cagayan Valley new real estate listings for the latest and updated properties with photos.
Cagayan Valley Region is located in the Philippines.
www.ahyer.com /philippines/cagayan-valley/real-estate.html   (428 words)

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