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Guide to Online Accreditation

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Kayak Explore Zambales Festival!
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Kayak Explore Zambales Festival!

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COHREP National Convention 2013
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COHREP National Convention 2013

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Sta. Cruz Island

Great Sta. Cruz Island Known for its pinkish sand beach which gets its unique hue from coral bits w

Homonhon Island

HOMONHON ISLAND Location: Southeast of Guiuan, 60 nautical miles from Tacloban. Description: Tiny

Nagarao Island Resort

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Boracay Island

BORACAY ISLAND Malay Paradise Island of the Philippines. It is world-famous for its fine and lovel

Coco Festival

Festival is held on December 8, San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro. A religious festival honoring the Imm

Sandugo Festival

Bohol’s annual commemoration of the Blood Compact between Rajah Sikatuna and Miguel Lopez de Legazpi

Paskuhan sa Imus

Held in December, Imus, Cabite, the event is a month-long festival which celebrates our unique Phili

Higantes Festival

Held on November 23 in Angono, Rizal, the event is Angono’s joyous fiesta in honor of San Clemente w

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Way back in 1572 when Juan de Salcedo subjugated the Ilocos, its area extended up to towns of Cagayan in the northwest. Pangasinan likewise has a territorial jurisdiction that included the present province of Zambales and parts of Tarlac. By the later part of the 19th century, the territorial boundaries of these provinces were diminished when some towns were annexed to other neighboring provinces. In 1988, the area of Region I was further diminished when Abra, Mt. Province, Benguet and Baguio City became parts of the Cordillera Administrative Region. more..

Cagayan Valley Region

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CAGAYAN VALLEY has a distinct history. Long before the coming of the Spaniards into the valley, fishing villages existed on the banks and at the mouths of the rivers and creeks flowing into the sea. The Spaniards found natives inhabiting the narrow coastal plains in Northern Luzon and flood plains of the Cagayan River. These were the Ibanags, so called because they lived on the banks of the “bannag�, a native word for river. They were of the sturdy Indonesian type with a culture of their own. They maintained commercial intercourse with China, Japan and other neighboring countries. The early Ibanags kept their writings on barks of trees and bamboo, depicting the heroic deeds of their chiefs. more..

Central Luzon

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Central Luzon is one of the leading growth regions in the Philippines. It is strategically located at the heart of Asia, and no other place with sea and air travel and cargo facilities can equal Central Luzon in terms of almost equal travel time in Asia. Its location has been central enough for the area to be the choice of FedEx's Asia One Hub and the United Parcel Services (UPS). more..

Southern Tagalog Region

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Just a few hours from Metro Manila, CALABARZON consists of five distinct and exciting provinces: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon. A favorite weekend destinations of urban dwellers, the area is a colorful tapestry of mountains and verdant forests, springs, and beaches, rituals and festivals. more..

Bicol Region

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Long before any westerners reached the region, the ancient Bicols (the people) already has the culture of their own. They called their land IBALON, possibly after their chieftain-DATU GAT ABAAL, who ruled the inhabited territories from his seat of power at Sawangan on the mouth of Makabalo River which is now the present day Legazpi City. more..

Western Visayas

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Western Visayas, one of the regions of the Philippines, is designated as Region VI. It consists of seven provinces, namely, Aklan, Antique, Negros Occidental, Capiz, Guimaras, Iloilo and Palawan and 17 cities making it the region with the most number of cities. Hiligaynon, the main language, is spoken in Negros Occidental, Guimaras, Capiz and some parts of Iloilo. Kinaray-a is spoken in Antique and in other parts of Iloilo. Aklanon is spoken in Aklan. Iloilo City is the regional center of the region. more..

Central Visayas

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Central Visayas is strategically located in the heart of the Philippines. It is the gateway for foreign and domestic tourism, lying in the midst of both air and sea traffic. Composed of four provinces namely: Cebu, Bohol, Negros Oriental and Siquijor. The region is blessed with beautiful beaches, a plethora of sea life, a number of caves and potential areas for mountain trekking. Moreover, the region is steeped in historical significance. Events ranging from the death of Portugese explorer Ferdinand Magellan at the hands of chieftain Lapulapu of the island of Opon (known as Mactan Island) to the blood compact between Miguel Lopez de Legaspi and Datus Sikatuna and Sigala as well as other significance events will make a visit to the region very interesting. more..

Eastern Visayas

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Eastern Visayas is one of the regions of the Philippines and is designated as Region VIII. It consists of six provinces, namely, Biliran, Eastern Samar, Leyte, Northern Samar, Samar (Western Samar) and Southern Leyte. These provinces occupy the easternmost islands of Visayas: Leyte, Samar and Biliran. The regional center is Tacloban City, one of two cities of Leyte. Calbayog City is the lone city in Samar, one of the oldests in the country. The main languages spoken are Cebuano and Waray-Waray (speakers of these languages also call their languages "Visayan"). A third language known as Inabaknon is spoken in the island of Capul in Northern Samar. more..

Zamboanga Peninsula

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Designated as Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula consists of three provinces, namely, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur, and Zamboanga Sibugay, and the chartered city of Zamboanga City at the south-western tip. The Zamboanga Peninsula was previously known as Western Mindanao before the enactment of Executive Order No. 36 on September 19, 2001. more..

NCR - Metropolitan Manila

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Metropolitan Manila (Filipino: Kalakhang Maynila) or the National Capital Region (NCR) (Filipino: Pambansang Punong Rehiyon) is the capital of the Philippines and among the twenty largest metropolitan areas, in terms of population, in the world. Metro Manila is one of the two defined metropolitan areas in the Philippines, one of which is Metro Cebu. more..
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