Ollalion Festival

Ollalion FestivalTabuk, Kalinga, February 14 The festival celebrates the Kalinga culture through its sports, crafts, and indigenous food. You may want to read: Kalinga kain Pasalamat Festival

Karanowan Fish-tival

Karanowan Fish-tivalBalo, Camarines Sur, February 15 The fish-tival was derived from the local dialect “Ranow” meaning lake, spawned of giving significance to the beautiful lake Bato, which teems with numerous species of fish, such as the well-known “tabios”,tilapia nilotica, carp. eel, and many others. You may want to read: Rudist Reef Fragment In Camarines Sur … Read more

Sibug-Sibug Festival

Sibug-Sibug FestivalZamboanga Sibugay, February 18-25 As a commemoration of Zamboanga Sibugay’s founding day as a province. Sibug-sibug Festival is celebrated every February with its highlight fixed on February 26. During the event, the streets are decked with colorful buntings and filled with throngs of onlookers waiting for the colorful street dancing depicting wedding and healing … Read more

Paraw Regatta

Paraw RegattaIloilo City and Guimaras Island, February 19 The festivity features racing events between local outriggers in the strait between Iloilo City and Guimaras Island. You may want to read: Panay-Guimaras-Negros Bridge Buglas

Babaylan Festival

Babaylan Festival Bago City, Negros Occidental, February 19 The highlights of the culture of the first settlers of Bago City before the Spanish colonizers arrived. As defined by Negros historians, the babaylan is a doctor, herbalist, artist, adviser, seer, diviner, and agriculturist. You may want to read: Buglas