This is Cagayan North’s premier tourist destination. Aside from spelunking in its diverse cave systems, the tourist zone also offers various ecotourism activities like bird and bat watching, hiking, mountaineering, rock climbing,rappelling, boating, kayaking, and swimming.
This national shrine has earned the distinction as the Pilgrimage Center of the North
Baggao is known not only for its booming furniture industry but also for its magnificent cave systems like the Duba Caves and Blue Water Caves where the 5th National Caving Congress was held last April 2005.
Experience waking up to different sunrise and sunset views and frolic on gray or golden sand beaches of the coastal municipalities
These are just two of the tourist attractions found in Sta. Ana, Cagayan. Palaui Island boasts of its marvelous coves and the historical Cape Engano Lighthouse while Anguib Beach’ highlights include its white-sand beach and crystal clear waters. San Vicente, Sta. Ana is also the site of the Annual National Game Fishing Competition.
Features larger-than life concrete statues in tableau setting of the 14 Stations of the Cross
This cave is only 20 meters away from the famous Callao Caves, and one can gain entry by crawling through a very low and narrow opening called ‘Celica’s Passage”
This cave is located in Baggao. The clear and blue water of its underground river is excellent for swimming.
An appealing and amazing haven for sea and sports lovers. The area provides a view of the mythical and famous “Lakay-lakay” and “Baket-baket” rocks formations.
This is the only one of its kind in the Philippines, and is the first suspension bridge in Asia. The bridge is still operational and is used for access to the Ilocos Region
This is one of the island barangays of the Province and is an ideal place for snorkeling, scuba diving, game fishing,forest exploration and mountain climbing.
This beauty is located in Sta. Praxedes. It is a captivating scenic spot that provides a display of the beautiful flora of the place.