In the Central Luzon region of the Philippines, there is a landlocked province called Nueva Ecija. While Cabanatuan, its historic capital, is the country’s largest local government unit, Palayan serves as its capital (LGU). From the south, going clockwise, Nueva Ecija borders Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, Pangasinan, Nueva Vizcaya, and Aurora. The province, which generates the nation’s highest yield of rice, is referred to as the Rice Granary of the Philippines.


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Day 1

  • Arrive at Nueva Ecija
  • Minalungao National Park
  • Lumang Gapan
  • Carron Dreampark

Day 2

  • NFA Grains Industry Museum
  • Camp Pangatian War Memorial Shrine
  • Check in Camp Paraiso Hotel and Resort
  • Visist Labi River

Day 3

  • Pantabangan Lake and Dam
  • Going back home
HOTEL RECOMMENDATIONS

● Harvest Hotel
● Top Star Hotel Cabanatuan
● Microtel by Wyndham Cabanatuan
● Rosey Hotel
● BL Resort and Hotel
● Acropolis North Water Camp & Country Club

FOOD RECOMMENDATIONS

● Hapag Vicenticos
● Edna’s Cakeland
● Rustica Restaurant
● Lamarang Restaurant
● Joey’s
● Caffe La Tea
● Hillocks Coffee Shop and Restaurant
● Barj Cafe
● Bistro 360
● Luz Kitchenette

PASALUBONG RECOMMENDATIONS

● Burikito
● Cabanatuan Longganisa
● Bototay
● Puno’s Ice Cream and Sherbet
● Milka Krem Dairy Products
● Buko Lumpia
● Tilapia Ice Cream
● Pinapaitang kambing with alibangbang leaves
● Local kakanin
● Bangus Spaghetti




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