Local Philippines Events
June 18
June 18 | Lagawe, Ifugao, Philippines.  Provincial celebration of the anniversary of Ifugao as a Province. Source:Philtourism.gov.ph

June 19 | Surigao City, Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur, PhilippinesAdlaw Nan Surigao commemorates the charter anniversary of Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur. Both provinces simultaneously celebrate the commemoration.  Source: MEDCo

June 19
June 19 | Calamba, Laguna, PhilippinesIn memory of the birthday of the Philippine National Hero, Jose P. Rizal, the townfolk of Calamba offers flowers to Rizal Shrine. A civic parade also features the life and times of Dr. Rizal, and culminates at the town plaza.  Source: Laguna.gov.ph

June 19 | Province wide, Palawan  A massive tree planting activity to help alleviate global warming. Source:TravelMart.net

June 20 | Pagadian City, Zamboanga del SurZambulawan Festival is celebrated with street dancing and a parade showcasing different Subanen costumes and rituals. Source:travelmart  

June 21 | Nabunturan, Compostela Valley The Simballay Festival marks the founding anniversary of Nabunturan. Source:hoparound.net                               

June 21
June 21 | San Francisco, Agusan del SurThe Diwata Festival showcases the Manobo culture. One of the main activites of the festival is street dancing. The celebration coincides with the founding anniversary of the municipality of San Francisco. Howto get to Diwata Festival San Francisco, Agusan del Sur is best accessible via the Davao-Butuan Highway.  Source: travelmart

June 22-24 | Cagwait, Surigao del SurThe Kaliguan Fluvial Festival is a yearly festival held in honor of St. John the Baptist. The event is highlighted by the Search for Perlas ng Kaliguan Beauty Pageant and beach dancing. Source: Travelmart

June 22
June 22- 29 | Cavite, Philippines  It has been a yearly tradition to celebrate the Cavite City Water Festival more popularly known as "REGADA" every June. The annual tourism oriented festival has evolved into a combined environmental, religious and cultural activity. More so, the month of June is significant in Cavite City's history for its lasting contribution to Philippine independence and history."BE PREPARED TO GET WET," warned Cavite City's local officials to the guests and visitors of their Annual Water Festival. A wet and wild festival awaits tourist and other visitors when they come to the historic city to celebrate the feast of St. John the Baptist."Regada" was derived the spanish word "regar" from the chavacano speaking Cavitenos, which means water or to sprinkle. In a bid to hold the biggest water festival, Regada, will be staged in the one kilometer stretch along P. Burgos Avenue. The main thorougfare will be rigged with sprinklers and mobile sound system to transform P. Burgos Avenue into what could be the biggest wet party in the country. Source:Lakbaypilipinas.com

June 23-24 | Tiaong, Quezon, Philippines.  A celebration that coincides with the Feast of St. John the Baptist. People in all walks of life gather as one in solidarity paying tribute to St. John the Baptist.  Source:VisitMyPhilippines.com