Tourist Attractions in Isabela Province, Philippines
November 15, 2011 by pinoyadventurerider
- Sierra Madre Natural Forest Park (Eastern Coast of Isabela)
- Maconacon Falls (Maconacon, Isabela)
- Hanging Bridge (Maconacon, Isabela)
- White Sand Beaches (Dinapigue, Palanan, Divilacan) – Typical of coastal areas along the Sierra Madre Mountains of Cagayan Valley.
- Dibulo Falls (Dinapigue, Isabela)
- Dinapigue Sea Wall (Dinapigue, Isabela)
- Bonsai Park (Dinapigue, Isabela)
- Waterworld Grand Resort (Ramon, Isabela)
- Magat High Rise Dam (Ramon, Isabela) – Asia’s biggest dam project at the time of its construction. It serves the primary function of power generation and irrigation. Its reservoir area of 4,450 hectares has a great potential for water-based recreation like fishing, boating and water skiing, among others.
- Camp Vizcarra (Ramon, Isabela)
- Pinzal Falls (Ilagan, Isabela)
- Abuan River (Ilagan, Isabela)
- Ilagan Sanctuary (Ilagan, Isabela)
- Sta. Victoria Caves (Ilagan, Isabela)
- Worlds Largest Butaka (Ilagan, Isabela) – It is 11 feet 4 inches high, 20 feet 8 inches long, and 9 feet 7 inches wide. It weighs 2,368 kilos and was constructed by 25 workers in 29 days.
- Desert Island (Divilacan, Isabela)
- Water Impounding Dam (Roxas, Isabela)
- Borubor Falls (Roxas, Isabela)
- Honeymoon Island (Divilacan, Isabela)
- La Salette Shrine (Santiago City) – located in Balintocatoc Hills, contains life-sized statues of religious icons.
- Obelisk (Jones, Isabela)
- Dimanek Falls (San Mariano, Isabela) – Located near boundary ridge between Palanan and San Mariano, Isabela.
- Crocodile Watching (Crocodylus Mindorensis) – at San Mariano at night.
- Aguinaldo Shrine (Palanan, Isabela) – Historic Capture and Heroism of General Emilio Aguinaldo.
- Dilaknadanum (Palanan, Isabela) – is the home Agta people, another minorities on the coast of Isabela. Such a beautiful place, with forest, beaches, rivers and small farmsteads uprivers.
- Dicotcotan Beach (Palanan, Isabela)
- Sta. Maria Triangular Park (Sta. Maria, Isabela)
- Parish of St. Mathias (Tumauini, Isabela) – Work on the church started in 1783. It has been faithfully restored after being damaged during World War II and is acknowledged as the most artistic brick structure in the Philippines. The cyclindrical bell tower is the only one of its kind in the country.
- Our Lady of the Pillar Church (Cauayan City)
- San Pablo Church (San Pablo, Isabela)
- Our Lady of Atocha (Alicia, Isabela)- The church and convent as seen today in the town of Alicia, beautiful and solid, was built by Fr. Tomas Calderon, OP and inaugurated in 1849, with Fr. Francisco Gainza, OP, then vicar of Carig (now Santiago City). Famous for their antique Spanish architectural designs, these churches are found along the national highway and are accessible by land transport.
- St. James Parish Church (Santiago City)
- Bambanti Festival (Isabela Day)
- Pagay Festival (Alicia)
- Binnadangan Festival (Roxas)
- Nateng Festival (Mallig)
- Gakit Festival (Angadanan)
- Pattaradday Festival (Santiago City)
- Nuang Festival (San Agustin) – Carabao Race
- Gawagaway-yan Festival (Cauayan City)