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Diana Taccaban
Cristel Joy Urbina
Daryl Lorraine Que
Rebecca Joy Vallejo
Angela Beatriz Perla
Melissa Marie Biteng
Ma. Cristina Villagracia
Kassandra Isabel Ritual

Ifugao is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Covering a total land area of 262,820 hectares, the province of Ifugao is located in a mountainous region characterized by rugged terrain, river valleys, and massive forests. Its capital is Lagawe and borders Benguet to the west, Mountain Province to the north, Isabela to the east, andNueva Vizcaya to the south.
It is named after the term
which means
"i" (from/people)
"pugo" (hill)
, thus it means
people of the hill.
The Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras and Banaue Rice Terraces are the main tourist attractions in the province. These 2000-year-old terraces were carved into the mountains, without the aid of machinery, they used their "bare" hands to provide level steps where the natives can plant rice. In 1995, they were declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The people of Ifugao province are
, but mistakenly called by non-Cordilleran as
. Ifugaos are different from other tribes in the cordilleras in culture, tradition, language, and idealism, in everything. Neighboring non-Ifugao tribes have tried to annex or connect themselves with the Ifugao with the intention of sharing their positive reputation.
Furthermore, their culture was known for their legal system, using one of the world's most extensive oral legal traditions specifying the offense depending on the use of custom law; trial by elders (influenced in part by public opinion); or trial by ordeal. The wealthy were subjected to greater fines than the poor.
Traditional clothes
The Ifugaos are one of the different tribes that inhabited the old Mountain Province. Their culture and tradition, being unique and striking, have made them the subject of many studies by foreign scholars.
Banawe Rice Terraces
Moriones Festival
The Moriones is an annual festival held on Holy Week on the island of Marinduque, Philippines.
is an island province of the Philippines located in Region IV-B MIMAROPA region. Its capital is Boac. Marinduque lies between Tayabas Bay to the north and Sibuyan Sea to the south. It is located south and west of Quezon, east of Mindoro, and north of Romblon. The Province is the genuine home of the century old Moriones Festival.
Marinduque is known as the "He rt of the Philippines"
The "Moriones" are men and women in costumes and masks replicating the garb of biblical Roman soldiers as interpreted by local folks. The Moriones or Moryonan tradition has inspired the creation of other festivals in the Philippines where cultural practices or folk history is turned into street festivals
Morion means "mask" or "visor," a part of the medieval Roman armor which covers the face. Moriones, on the other hand, refers to the masked and costumed penitents who march around the town for seven days searching for Longinus. Morions roam the streets in town from Holy Monday to Easter Sunday scaring the kids, or engaging in antics or surprises to draw attention. This is a folk-religious festival that re-enacts the story of Saint Longinus, a Roman centurion who was blind in one eye. The festival is characterized by colorful Roman costumes, painted masks and helmets, and brightly colored tunics.
This weeklong celebration starts on Holy Monday and ends on Easter Sunday
Sagada, Mountain Province
Sagada is a 5th class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 10,930 people in 2,158 households.
It is located 275 km. north of Manila, 140 km. from Baguio, and it is adjacent to Bontoc, the provincial capital.
Sagada is famous for its "hanging coffins". This is a traditional way of burying people that is still utilized. Not everyone is qualified to be buried this way; among other things, one had to have been married and had grandchildren.
Popular activities include trekking, exploring both caves and waterfalls, spelunking, bonfires, picnics, rappelling, visiting historical sites, nature hikes, and participating in tribal celebrations. Guides can be found upon registration at the tourist-office in Sagada Proper (the main town) for a small fee
Rice Terraces
There are a number of rice terraces found around Sagada. the road serves as a nice view deck to the expanse rice terraces. they say the ones that can be seen from Kiltepan peak are really impressive.
Sagada's location if seen through the map can be considered as the center of the Northern portion of the island of Luzon. pine trees fill the huge unoccupied lands, a variety of vegetations and a really nice climate makes Sagada a good retreat place for a busy soul. the foggy mornings and the usual rainy afternoon tells you what to bring when you go there.
Sagada Cave System
The country's deepest cave and the fifth longest cave system is comprised of the caves of Lumiang, Sumaguing, Crystal and Latipan is must-see. though only Lumiang and Sumaguing are accessible these days, the beauty of the many chambers that it has, the caves of Sagada are as enchanting.
The limestones found around Sagada are really impressive. the mountains that forms a silhouette when seen from afar seems to be a good reason why many people would go to Sagada. they just look for a good place,for their feet to be placed on top and relax.
Hanging Coffins and Burial Coffins
This culture which is quite unique to the Cordillera region are as good as gems. the way they bury and hang the dead can be one of the country's most important historical ritual. the reason behind placing the dead in fetal position somehow has a strong value.
CamSur Watersports Complex (CWC)
Or Camarines Sur Watersports Complex is a watersports park desighned for wake boarding, wake skating and water skiing. For beginner riders to the professional wake boarders and skiiers from all over the world, CWC offers a 6-point cable ski system, coupled with restaurants, sand bars, spas, pro-shops and grand stands to hold guests. Riders can also enjoy their favorite water sports at night as the park will be equipped with spotlights that allow for it even to be open on evenings.
Camarines Sur
is a province of the Philippines located in the Bicol Region in Luzon. Its capital is Pili and the province boarders Camarines Norte and Quezon to the north, and Albay to the South. To the east lies the island province of Catanduanes across Maqueda Channel
Camsur Watersport Complex (CWC) is not your ordinary
wakeboarding site as this place has become the Philippines’ and
Asia’s mecca of the vastly growing water sport.
Wake boarding
An adaption of wakeboarding that employs a similar design manufactured from maple od from fibreglass. Unlike wakeboarding, the rider is not bound to the board in any way, which gives the sport its own unique challenges
Wake Skating
is a sport in which an individual is pulled behind a boat or a cable ski installation over a body of water, skimming the surface. The sport requires exceptional upper and lower body strength, as well as good balance and muscular endurance
is a 5th class city in the province of Ilocos Sur. It is the capital of the Province of Ilocos Sir. The city is located on the western coast of the large island of Luzon, facing the South China Sea.
It is a World Heritage Site in that it is one of the few Hispanic towns left in the Philippines, and is well known for its cobblestone streets, and a unique architecture that fuses Philippine and Oriental building designs and construction, with colonial European architecture
World Heritage
Vigan’s well-preserved Spanish trading town environ has survived the test of time, including bombings during World War II which leveled the major Philippine cities of Baguio, Cebu and Manila.
St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral
Built by the Augustinians in a distinctive Baroque architecture, it symbolizes Vigan as the center of ecclesiastical influence in the north as the seat of the ancient Diocese of Nueva Segovia.
Bantay Church and Bell Tower
The church features earthquake baroque and Gothic-influenced architecture. Its belfry located a few meters away was used as a lookout point for approaching enemies
Ancieto Mansion
The homes of rich people during the Spanish time were located around the plaza surrounding the church and the administrative buildings. The Aniceto Mansion used to be the residence of political and literary figure Don Mena Crisologo. Its connection to Vigan’s rich and historic families does not end there. The mansion which was built in 1840 was owned by Leona Florentino’s father. Leona Florentino was a poetess whose works were recognized by the world even before they were recognized by her countrymen.
Calle Crisologo
The major attraction f Vigan is its mestizo district which is filled with Spanish-style houses that evoke a bygone era when its people lived prosperously because of the Manila-Acapulco maritime trade.
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GET 1/8 lengthwise PAPER
(quiz 1-20)
11. Camarines Sur is located at the region of ______
12. Give at least three (3) water activities that can be done on CWC
13. Sagada's location if seen through the map can be considered as the ________________
14. Marinduque lies between _________________
15. Ifugao is from two word which is _________ & ___________
16. Who built St. Paul's Metropolitan Cathedral?
17. Its capital is Pili
18. During when is the Moriones Festival?
19. Major attraction in Vigan
20. The country's deepest cave and the 5th longest cave is comprise of the caves of _________ (4 answers)

thank you
SWOT Analysis of Marinduque
1. 2nd most peaceful province in the PH (What province is the #1, Russel?)
2. Nearest island province from Mega Manila
3. Three commercials seaports and a domestic airport
4. Lots of tourist spots such as waterfalls, white sand beaches, caves, underground rivers, century- old houses and churches
5. Moriones festival, 6-star Bellaroca resort

1. Too much politics in the province. Crab Mentality and kanya-kanya system
2. Unstable power and Water Supply thus no major industries in the province
3. Poor Health facilities and Hospital
4. Lack of rooms, schools and facilities
5. Farming and Fishing are the main livelihood in the province yet marinduque is still dependent from its neighboring provinces with its rice supply and some vegetables and fruits are still coming all the way from Baguio, Manila, Calabarzon which can be locally produced. Insufficient Farm to market roads and irrigation facilities
6. During peak Holiday season, going to Marinduque and going back to Lucena is a nightmare.

1.Marinduque has the great potential to become a top tourist destination in the PH. We have the tourist spots, hospitable marinduquenos and the huge market is just 200 + kms away. We need to use all medium to promote our province.
2. Provide long- term solution for marinduque’s power and water supply issues
3. Our Local Government should provide a clear plan and vision for our province

1. Floods and Landlines / Erosions--denuded forest
2. Dams at the interior Marinduque that would bring huge floods to Boac and Mogpog e
3. Earthquakes, fires and volcanic eruption.
SWOT Analysis
1. has also some terraced rice fields.
2. located at the central part of the mountainous Cordillera Region

1. lack of transportation and willing guides
2. some fossilized sea shells can be found on the walls of Sumaguing Cave

1. ideal place to establish resorts, lodging inns, and demonstration farms to cater to the needs of tourists
2. production of organic cops especially coffee, fruits and vegetables

1. Floods and Landlines / Erosion

SWOT Analysis
1. Entrepreneurs engage in trading, often branching out towards neighboring provinces in the south as local demand might be limited, indicated by its mostly 3rd-5Th income class municipalities.
2. Handicrafts are the major source of rural income.
3. The manufacture of abacá products such as Manila hemp, hats, bags, mats and slippers is one of the main sources of income in the rural areas.
3. Fishing is also done along both shores of the province.
4. Tourism, primarily because of Caramoan, and Mt. Isarog, also draws income for Camarines Sur
1. lack of education, due to poverty
19. Major attraction in Vigan

17. Its capital is Pili

12.-14 Give three (3) water activities that can be done on CWC

9. The homes of rich people during spanish time

6. What region Marinduque is located?

4. What is the another term for Moriones tradition?

3. What year thus Ifugao declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site?

20. The country's deepest cave and the 5th longest cave is comprise of the caves of _________ (4 answers)

18. During when is the Moriones Festival?

16. Who built St. Paul's Metropolitan Cathedral?

15. Ifugao is from two word which is _________ & ___________

11. Camarines Sur is located at the region of ______

10. A water sports park designed for different water activities

8. A traditional way of burying people.

7. Sagada is a ________ municipality in the province of Mountain Province.

5. What is the capital of Ifugao Province?

2. Sagada is famous for its _____________

1. Vigan is known for its

SWOT Analysis
Tourism activities in Ifugao from both local and international visitors are mostly a run – about among well–known spots like Banaue Viewpoint, Batad and Bangaan, Banaue Rice Terraces
Because of their culture, other people laughed at them or make fun of them.
Their main attraction is the Banawe Rice Terraces. People all over the world wanted to visit and see their main attraction
Earthquakes and heavy storm may be include to their threats
Because of CWC, foreign people always go and join the competition.
People who organized the CWC might think that other countries have a greater and biggest waves than the waves at CamSur..
SWOT Analysis
Because of their historical view and known for World Heritage Site, Filipinos and foreigners always go here
Vigan City, the only Heritage City in the country and one of the candidates for the Seven New Wonder Cities has been very conscious of the risks posed by the geological and climate hazards.The multitude of awards received by the city is a testament to its effort not only to keep its title as a Heritage City but a place that could provide a safety and security for its people. Nevertheless, all this effort could go in vain as scores of mining applications being filed and approved, and a major operation to extract magnetite from the shores and offshore of the city is about to take place.
Vulnerable climate change
Based on Philvoc’s liquefaction susceptibility map, the city is highly vulnerable to liquefaction, especially the coastal communities. In fact, more than one kilometer of shoreline of the city has been lost in the past few years. It is also in close proximity to major faults in Northern Luzon such as the Abra Fault making it highly vulnerable to strong earthquakes and tsunami. A 2007 Tsunami Hazard Map of Philvocs indicates that almost all parts of Vigan will be affected by a three meter high wave and may also experience a wave towering up to 10 meters.
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