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Places to Enjoy this Rainy June
Posted by: jovy avisado ( Member ) on 2016-10-17
With the advent of dark clouds, cold wind and rainy season, every traveling activities almost come to a halt. If you think that there are no places or events to enjoy this rainy month of June, then you are greatly mistaken. Don't put your traveling bags away and see this list of places and events to enjoy for this month:
Balayan, Batangas -- Lechon Parade

lechon parade Balayan Batangas
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Who doesn't love lechon? Maybe those who are on a diet and for those who suffer from hypertension. Filipinos typically love lechon which makes it one of the staple dishes in every special occasions and celebrations. On June 24, visit Balayan, Batangas and witness this all-time favorite food being paraded on the streets.

Cavite City -- Regada Festival

Regada Festival Cavite
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There's no escape from getting wet if you happened to be in Cavite City on June 24. On this marked day in the said province is the celebration of Regada Festival, or what is infamously known as the 'water festival'. Regada was derived from the Spanish word 'regar' which means water. Regada Festival is being held to celebrate the feast of St. John the Baptist. Don't forget to bring extra clothes with you if you plan to join this wild and merry celebration.

Tacloban, Leyte -- Pintados-Kasadyaan Festival

Pintados Festival Leyte
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"Kasadyaan" is a Visayan word that means merriment and laughter. So if you want to turn your gloomy month of June into a cheerful one, then you have to travel to Tacloban on June 29 to observe its joyful event -- Pintados-Kasadyaan Festival. This Visayan festival showcases the ancient practice of body painting and tattooing. Watch the locals dance along the streets with their bodies artfully painted and tattooed.

Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur -- Naliyagan Festival

Naliyagan Festival Agusan
(photo credits to itsbarbeey.blogspot.com)

Naliyagan is a vultural festival that features various indigenous tribes in the entire Agusan Valley through dances and performances. If you want to have a colorful and enjoyable week this June, then make sure to attend this festivity. Naliyagan Festival is a week-long event during the second week of the month. Many activities take place during the feast such as street dancing, beauty contest, cultural shows and trade fairs.

Daet, Camarines Norte -- Pinyasan Festival

Pinyasan Festival Camarines Norte
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If you love to eat pineapples, then you must know that one the sweetest varieties of the fruit is produced in Daet, Camarines Norte which is known as the Formosa variety. Since 1993, Daet celebrates its Pinyasan or Pineapple Festival every June 15 - June 24. The festivity aims to attract and promote eco-tourism in the province through different activities that feature the sweet and succulent pineapple like art exhibits, trade fairs, cultural performances and sports events.

Don't let the gloomy weather stop you from having fun. Take advantage of the lower rates being offered by the hotels and book your room now. Travel and join these festivities in the Philippines this June!




 
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