Top Tourist Spots in Nueva Vizcaya [And How To Get There]

One of the greatest treasures of the country is nature. Almost all destinations here are maintained by natural spirits, which gives true joy to every visitor. Your Philippine tour would not be completed without getting to a more hidden natural wonder. To give you a little break from the city life, here are the top tourist spots in Nueva Vizcaya you can explore.

Top Tourist Spots in Nueva Vizcaya
Top Tourist Spots in Nueva Vizcaya

Must-Visit Tourist Spots in Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines

Imugan Falls

If you will pass by Sta. Fe on the way to your other travel destinations, you may be fascinated to take a good bath in Imugan Falls. Once you reach the Imugan proper, it is going to take you about a one-minute hike to reach this paradise and if you will be coming from the national highway, the walk is about six to seven kilometers. The falls consisted of clear natural water coming from the mountains and big rock formations. You will also love how the sound of the green trees complement the gentle flow of the water. [Check out our DIY Travel Guide and Itinerary to Nueva Vizcaya]

Imugan Falls | Photo by USAID Biodiversity & Forestry

Capisaan Cave

If being a cave man is in your bucket list, you deserve to set your foot on Capisaan Cave. This is considered as one of the top tourist spots in Nueva Vizcaya because of its length and unique calcite formations. Having a 4.2 kilometers length from the entrance, it is the fifth longest cave in the Philippines and a euphoria for geologists.

Capisaan Cave
Capisaan Cave | Photo by Joanna Frances

St. Dominic Cathedral

St. Dominic Cathedral, also known as Bayombong Church, is a top tourist destination in the province. This one of the grandest Catholic Church in the country worthy of your sight. This has also been around for centuries and if you can observe, the structure is still intact and maintained.

Bayombong Church
Bayombong Church | Photo by Joanna Frances

Canili-Diayo Dam

Canili-Diayo Dam is an environment-friendly place that serves as a source of electric power and underground streams. It can also serve as your stopover place in case your driving to beaches in Aurora, Baler and other places along the way.

Canili-Diayo Dam

Dalton Pass

Dalton Pass is not your typical highway. It is actually the gateway to popular places like the Ifugao Rice Terraces and Cagayan Valley. It is considered as the province’s main attraction simply because of the amazement and excitement it puts on people when driving along this road.

People’s Museum and Library

Museums and libraries are still a thing and People’s Museum and Library, one of the top tourist spots in Nueva Vizcaya proves that right. This place is just beside the St. Dominic Cathedral in Bayombong. So, if you want to hit two birds in one stone, check out this place after visiting the famous church.

People’s Museum and Library
People’s Museum and Library | Photo by Joanna Frances

Lower Magat Eco-Tourism Park

If you want to experience nature more, visiting Lower Magat Eco-Tourism Park is a great idea. This place has pools, trees, and concrete trails–a definitely safe place for forest-like adventure. One of the many good things, when you visit this place, is that you feel home away from home.

How to get to Nueva Ecija

From Manila, take a bus bound to Region 2 or Cagayan Valley Region (Isabela, Tuguegarao, Santiago, Cauayan) and alight in the town of Sta. Fe in Nueva Vizcaya. All buses going north to Cagayan Valley will pass by the town of Sta. Fe so make sure you inform the driver or conductor to drop you off in Sta Fe. The travel time is around 6-8 hours.


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