Location: San Jose City, Nueva Ecija
An ideal site for for picnics and sightseeing, the park is located at the gateway to the Cagayan Valley Its hundred-step stair leads to lamp-lit pagodas nestled on hilltops and offering a panoramic view of northern Nueva Ecija.
Location: Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija
Construction of the Pantabangan Dam started on March 3, 1971 and was completed in August 1974. In the seventies, it was considered as one of Asia’s largest infrastructure. The dam also serves as reinforcement against flood, and provider of irrigation and additional electricity for the entire Luzon island.
Rice Research Institute
Location: Brgy. Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
The Philippine Rice Research Institute (Philrice) is the central station of agricultural experimentation. It was created to develop and implement a natural rice research and development program, sustain the grains made in rice production and solve location-specific problems of the rice industry. A variety of rice wine is produced at the center.
Location: Brgy. San Vicente, Llanera, Nueva Ecija
This is the first rubber dam in Asia. It was built in 1983 to 1984.
Location: Brgy. Minalungao, Gen. Tinio, Nueva Ecija
This national park was created by virtue of Republic Act No. 5100 enacted in June 17, 1967. It is enveloped by lush greenery composed of several flora and fauna. On both sides of the river bank are 16 meter high limestone walls. The ridge formation of white sculptured limestone walls shows the might of the great river
Location: Rizal, Nueva Ecija
The easternmost barrio of Rizal nestled uphill on the foot of the Sierra Madre mountain range boasts of one of Central Luzon’s hidden treasures: a towering waterfall of more than a hundred feet descending widely across a rocky mountain wall into over twenty pools of varying levels and depths.
Location:Brgy. Manicla, San Jose City, Nueva Ecija
The site has natural scenic beauty where once stood a forbidding forest, its quant existence enhanced only by the sound of cascading waterfalls inadvertently concealed behind its snarling tree branches and thick undergrowth.
Location: Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija
Its water comes from the Sierra Madre Mountains above it. The water is so cool, clear and clean, it is actually potable.
Place: Amadeo, Cavite
Date: last week of February
Coffee is the major agricultural product of Amadeo. In this feast, locals participate in street dancing, coffee creativity contests, photo contests and more.
Place: Palocpoc, Mendez, Cavite
Date: May 15
The Sinagingan Festival was created in order to promote planting and harnessing of banana, the main product of the barangay. Banana became the major crop of Palocpoc after the production decline of coffee. In this event, locals dress up their homes using banana tree parts. Street dancing and cultural events are also held.
Place: Imus, Naic, Cavite
Date: May 24 - 28
May 28 is celebrated as National Flag Day. The province started to celebrate it as Wagayway Festival in 2008 and dubbed Imus as the Flag capital of the country. Activities include float parade, beauty contest, cultural activities, plays portraying the creation of the flag, its ban during the US occupation, and the re-enactment of the Battle of Alapan, the 'baptism of blood' of the Philippine Flag.
Place: Kawit, Cavite
Date: May 28 - June 12
The end of the Wagayway Festival marks the beginning of the Kalayaan Festival. The event is filed with cultural shows, street dancing, float parade and the re-enactment of the Acta de la Independencia, the Philippine Declaration of Independence at the Aguinaldo Shrine.
Place: Cavite City
Date: June 24
The feast venerates Nuestra Señora dela Soledad Porta Vaga. In Regada, sprinklers are installed all over the streets of Cavite and the merrymakers receive different kinds of shower.
Place: Kawit, Cavite
Date: December 24
It is a dramatic retelling of St. Joseph and the Virgin Mary's search for a place to stay, which will lead to the birth of the Child Jesus in a stable. After the drama, the town is filled with street dancers celebrating the birth of the Emmanuel.
Provincial busses bound for Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija can be found in Cubao, Grace Park, Caloocan City, and Divisoria. Other bus companies take the Tarlac – Cabanatuan or San Jose, Rizal to Cabanatuan route.
Nueva Ecija can be accessed through the Northern Luzon Expressway using the Sta. Rita Exit.