Nueva Vizcaya Fast Facts
Welcome to Nueva Vizcaya!
More than mountain peaks, breathtaking waterfalls and mystical caves, the province of Nueva Vizcaya offers a unique cultural experience with our multi-ethnic and indigenous people.
You may choose to commune with nature, marvel at our cultural and historical attractions or simply appreciate the Vizcayano ingenuity in the arts and crafts. Gifted with temperate climate and agricultural rich lands, Nueva Vizcaya is likewise a major producer of high-value crops, vegetables and cutflowers.
Indeed, the province of Nueva Vizcaya has evolved to be the transformation of ethnic diversity into a rich amalgam of a resilient culture that responds well on dynamic requirements of social change and development.
Together, let us discover the beauty of Nueva Vizcaya.
|Municipalities||Alfonso Castañeda, Aritao, Ambaguio, Bagabag,
Bambang, Bayombong (Capital), Diadi, Dupax del Norte, Dupax del Sur, Kasibu, Kayapa, Quezon, Solano, Sta. Fe, Villaverde
|Land Area||437, 880 hectares|
|Topography||60.21% of the province is mountainous characterized by very steep to steep landform|
|Land Use and Forest Resources||76.73% forest land and 23.27% alienable & disposable land.|
|Climate||The province receives an annual rainfall of about 1,400 mm in low altitude and 2,400 mm in high altitude areas. Maximum temperature ranges from 22C to 15C. December and January are considered as the coldest months while April and March are the hottest.|
|Population||421,355 (NSO 2010)|
|People||Majority of the population are Ilocanos and Tagalogs; ethnic groups includes Ibaloi, Ayangan, Ifugao, Bugkalot, Gaddang. Isinai and Iwak.|
|Languages And Dialects||Ilocano, Tagalog, Ifugao, Ibaloi, Gaddang and Kankanai|
|Major Products||Processed Food, Rice, Corn, Vegetables, Root Crops, Citrus, Furniture and Woodcraft, Handicrafts and Souvenir Items.
Source: Tourism Promotion And Development Division, Office of the Governor