Mount Cagua, Gonzaga, Cagayan, Philippines
About Mount Cagua
It is one of the active volcanoes in the Philippines and has erupted twice in recorded history.
Attractions near Mount Cagua
The island consists of a small long rock formation that looks like a crocodile resting on the sand.
Cape Engaño Lighthouse, also known as Faro de Cabo Engaño, is a historic lighthouse built during the Spanish Colonial period.
It is considered as the important cultural property of the Philippines country and the cave holds many Fossils of archaic humans, that lived during the Late Pleistocene.
The Saint Peter Metropolitan Cathedral, also known as the Tuguegarao Cathedral is considered as one of the largest churches in the Cagayan Valley. The church sustained heavy damage during World War II.
It is the second-longest bridge in the country, after San Juanico Bridge, and forms part of the Santiago-Tuguegarao Road a major junction of the Pan-Philippine Highway.
The Basilica Minore of Our Lady of Piat is one of the twelve Minor Basilicas in the Philippines. This pilgrimage site attracts a large number of devotees especially from June 23 to June 39 when the Sambali Festival is celebrated
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