Iguig Calvary Hills
Held in observance of the passion and death of Jesus Christ thru the larger-than-life size concrete 14 Stations of the Cross spread on an 11-hectare rolling terrain. Iguig town is about 16 kilometers from Tuguegarao.
It is a local festival featuring a fluvial procession of about a hundred boats of different size and shape in thanksgiving to their Patron Saint, St. Peter Thelmo. Aparri town is about 102 kilometers from Tuguegarao City.
Piat Sambali Festival / Feast of Nuestra Señora de Piat
Sambali is a war dance of tribes that were united and converted to Christianity thru the intercession of the Lady of Piat. The festival is celebrated every June 23-30 after which the
Feast Day of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Piat follows on July 1-2. Piat Basilica Minore, the fourth in the country, houses the image of Mary. Piat town is about 41 kilometers from Tuguegarao City.
Aggao nac Cagayan
June 24 - 29
It is in commemoration of the establishment of the civil government of Cagayan which was established on June 29, 1583.
Tuguegaro Patronal Fiesta / Pavvurulun Festival
In celebration of the feast of St. Hyacinth.
Bambanti (scarecrow) Festival
In celebration of a bountiful harvest of rice and corn and other agricultural products with street dances and float parade
Feast of Our Lady of the Visitacion of Guibang every July 2
Panagyaman Festival / Nueva Vizcaya Day
May 19- 24
Celebrated with parades, beauty pageant, trade shows and agro-industrial fairs, among others.
Malabing Valley, Kasibu
Month of August
Visitors are allowed to pick-and-pay in the citrus farms.
Celebrates the indigenous way of life of the Kalanguya tribe which resides in the town of Sta. Fe.
Panagdadapun Festival / Quirino Foundation Day
Celebrated with with parades, agro-tourism and trade fairs, motorcross, etc.
Held in celebration of the city's bountiful livelihood and merriment for the ethno-linguistic groups residing in Cauayan. It also traces and gives due recognition to the ancestry of Cauayenos from the ethno linguistic group called Gaddang and recognizes the diversity of the cultural groups residing in Cauayan City through streetdancing, float parade and other indigenous activities.
Christmas among the tribes is when the many tribes of Quirino visit the lowlands and ask for Christmas gifts after performing dances accompanied by the playing of indigenous musical instruments