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Posts Tagged ‘Festivals In CAR Region’

Festivals and Events in Banaue

  • Banaue Imbayah – It is three-day festival, which is celebrated every four years. Activities include an ethnic parade portraying the evolution of the Ifugao culture followed by ethnic games participated by barangay delegations. This festival though has not been sustained to date.
  • Tungoh ad Hungduan – This event is held in April. Tungoh are rest days for the farmers in Hungduan after the planting season. The rest of the municipality and tourists are invited to a cultural night of songs, dances and ethnic parades held on a mountain top.
  • Tig-ao Festival – This festival is also held in April. Tig-ao is a victory fest among Mayoyaos. It commemorates ancient rituals and features ethnic games.
  • Gotad ad Hingyon, Gotad ad Kiangan – Also held in April, Gotad is one special day in 12 feasts celebrated by the royal class to please their gods.
  • Harvest time – Whenever the Ifugaos reap their harvests, a festivity is sure to take place. Free tapuy or rice wine and free food are shared to guests.