Kadayawan Festival is a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of harvest and serenity of living. This globally famous festival is a weeklong celebration and thanksgiving for nature’s bountiful harvest. Kadayawan Festival is being celebrated every 3rd Week of August. A celebration of a plentiful harvest of fruits and orchids during the season. Kadayawan is derived from the prehistoric word “madayaw,” a warm and friendly greeting also used to explain a thing that is valuable, superior,
Kabayan is one of the Municipality of Benguet Province in the Cordillera Mountain Ranges of northern Luzon. The municipality is recognized as a center of Ibaloi Culture. The Ibaloi, the dominant ethno-linguistic group, of Kabayan have a long traditional practice of mummifying their dead. Mummification began prior to the Spanish colonization. Individuals from the higher societal stratum of the Ibaloi of Kabayan used to be mummified through a long ritual process over a long period of time.
IBONG DAYO FESTIVAL is the first-ever festival recognizing the different bird species migrating at the Balanga City Wetland and Nature Park in Brgy. Tortugas, Balanga City.
Join the thousands of bird-watching enthusiasts, students and tourists who will flock tomorrow, December 6, in the Balanga City Wetland and Nature Park (BCWNP) for the 3rd Ibong Dayo Festival.
VYING for a World Heritage inscription of two endangered biodiversity areas in the Davao Region could do well as a conservation and protection strategy.
The Mt. Apo Natural Park and the Mt. Hamiguitan Wildlife Sanctuary in Davao Oriental, which have unique and endangered biodiversity, are now considered for serial nomination as sanctuaries of endemism.