Local Philippines Events
Every Lenten Season | Catanduanes, Philippines.  A re-enactment of the Passion of Christ, staged in all parishes during season of Lent or the Holy Week. Source:Flyphilippines.com.ph     

March 18-19 | Alaminos City, Pangasinan, Philippines.  Known for its majestic and world famous Hundred Islands, Alaminos City also boosts of its unique lean meat product, longanisa. With its distinctive salty and zesty taste, Alaminos longanisa gained its reputation as one of the best processed meat products in the country today. Considered healthy and delicious, it uses all-natural ingredients like garlic, black pepper, salt, achuete and other secret spices mixed with ground pork. Mayor Hernani Braganza included the Longanisa Festival as one of the activities during their city fiesta.  Source:Businessblog.prepys.com

No specifi date| Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines.   This Festival is the most anticipated event in Alaminos City, showcasing sky diving competition, skills Olympics or island adventure race, inviting the thrill-seeking foreign and local tourists. Aqua products and seafood cuisine are also displayed and restaurants prepare sumptuous menus. Source:1stphilippines.com

No specific date| Alaminos City, Pangasinan, Philippines The Oyster Festival is one of the seafood specialties in the city. People can be found cheering the contestants in an oyster-shucking contest or cooking showdown. There is also a beauty pageant and some performances of local bands. Source:1stphilippines.comAlaminoscity.gov.ph

No specific date | Alaminos City, Pangasinan, Philippines.  This festivity showcases the best of Alaminos products from various native delicacies such as Alaminos longanisa, grilled bangus belly, unique binungey and oyster nuggets. Source:1stphilippines.com  

July 1-10 | Tagum, Davao del NorteThe festival features street dancing and an agri trade fair to highlight Davao del Norte as a "banana country". Banana is the largest economic contributor for the province and the festival pays tribute to its abundance in the area. HOW TO GET THERE Tagum City is around an hour away from Davao. There are terminals in Davao that offer trips to Tagum. You can either take off from the Ecoland Terminal or the terminal at the parking lot of SM City Davao.   Sources: TravelMart

July 1-31 | Tagbilaran City, Bohol This annual festival of the province commemorates the sandugo or blood compact between Datu Sikatuna and Miguel López de Legazpi. The highlights of the festival are agro-industrial fair, cultural and historical showcase, sports events, a beauty pageant, balls and dances, entertainment shows, and streetdancing which culminates with the re-enactment of the blood compact or Sandugo between Datu Sikatuna and Don Miguel López de Legazpi. Sources:WikipediaPhilippine Tourism   

July 1 | Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines  The Holy Cross of Wawa is paraded in a specially built pagoda or river boat, accompanied by other vessels in a river procession along the Pasig River. Source:Globalpinoy.com  

July 2
July 2 | Pasig City, PhilippinesA grand celebration of the Pasig day highlighted by different activities like the Mutya ng Pasig Pageant, Dancing Parade, Outstanding Pasiguenos Night, Arts & Literary Competition, Palarong Pinoy, Kusina Pasigueno, etc.Source:WowPhilippines.ca  

July 2 l Guibang, Isabela City Philippines The Feast of Our Lady of the Visitacion of Guibang is celebrated with novenas processions.  Source: FlyPhilippines.com.ph