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Flight from Calbayog City (CYP) to Tuguegarao (TUG)

Flight from Calbayog City (CYP) to Tuguegarao (TUG)

Tuguegarao City is a city located in Cagayan Province. This city is well-known for its unique humid temperature. It was founded on 9th May 1604 and currently, it occupies around 145 square kilometres of an area. It is the biggest city in Cagayan Valley. Tuguegarao was declared as the capital of Cagayan Valley in 1975. Multistory buildings were constructed significantly changing Tuguegarao's skyline in the 1980s and 1990s. Besides that, Tuguegarao City was named as one of the ten emerging cities in the 2015 Next Wave Cities report, conducted by Department of Science and Technology - Information and Communications Technology Office (DOST-ICTO) in early 2016.

Best time to fly from Callbayog City to Tuguegarao

Tuguegarao is known for its high humidity and it has some extremely humid months, and above-average humidity throughout the year. The least humid month is June (68.3% relative humidity), and the most humid month is December (81.6%). As for wind, the windiest month is June, followed by May and April.

Other than the weather, the peak and the best time to visit this city is during festivals. One of them is Pav-vurulun Festival which has a duration of a week-long and ends on 16th August annually. Pav-vurulun is an Ibanag word which means get-together or a sense of belonging. This festival celebrates its patronal fiesta in honor of St. Hyacinth, the patron saint of the city. The week-long celebration is a festival of activities comprised of colourful parades, beauty contests, Pancit Batil-Patung eating contest, street dancing competition, music festival, sports fest, and trade fairs, among others.

It is now called the Pavvurulun Afi Festival, a fire-themed festival. 'Afi' is an Ibanag word which means fire, signifying the city's etymology. A highlight of the celebration was the lighting of bamboo torches by more than 3,000 college students from Cagayan State University as part of the kick-off activities.

Main airports available in Calbayog City to Tuguegarao

Calbayog Airport – Serving the general area of Calbayog with a daily domestic flight to various other cities in the Philippines like Cebu and Manila, is the Calbayog Airport. The minor local airport is located in the western region of Samar province, approximately 6 kilometres from the central Calbayog City. Airline carriers operating from Calbayog Airport include Cebu Pacific Air and Philippines Air operated by PAL Express.

Tuguegarao Airport –. Tuguegarao's main airport is the airport serving the city at Barangay Pengue-Ruyu. It is modern and one of the largest airport in Asia. The airport acts as a hub for small aircraft, helicopters and army cargo aircraft. The main airline can be seen at the airport is Cebu Pacific that flies daily from Manila. Sky Pasada and Northsky also operate routes from the city.

Climate pattern in Callbayog City to Tuguegarao

The climate in Tuguegarao is tropical and humid. The average temperature in Tuguegarao is 27.2 °C. The driest month is February with the least rainfall and only 22 mm of precipitation in February. In November, the precipitation reaches its peak, with an average of 290 mm. With an average of 29.2 °C, May is the warmest month. At 24.2 °C on average, January is the coldest month of the year.

Highlights attractions in Tuguegarao

  • St. Hyacinth Church – This historical attraction is one of the most visited attractions in Tuguegarao. Established in 1604, St Hyacinth is the patron saint of the city whose feast is celebrated every 15th August coinciding with the Pav-vurulun Festival. The oldest brick structure in the city is the first provincial building built by the Dominican fathers in Tuguegarao.
  • St. Paul University Philippines - Founded by the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres in 1907, the institution transferred to its present location in 1934 after it was acquired from the Dominican Order. The entire building complex became hospital and garrison of the Japanese forces during World War II and was bombed by the combined American and Filipino ground troops during the liberation in 1945. The institution became the first Catholic University in Region II in 1982 and the first private Catholic University in Asia and the Philippines to be granted ISO 9001 Certification by TUV Rheinland in 2000.
  • Buntun Bridge- Opened in 1st June 1969, this iconic bridge is the longest river bridge in the country, which stretches from Tuguegarao to Solana, Cagayan. This bridge is built over the majestic Cagayan River which is the largest river basin in the Philippines. The bridge was constructed for the sake of travelers who want to cross Cagayan River, and the bridge has been known as the gateway to the City of Tuguegarao. The cost of construction started in 1960 and was around 4.6 million-dollar and was contracted to the Construction and Development Corporation of the Philippines (now the Philippine National Construction Corporation), which conducted studies and designed the actual project together with Japanese engineers.

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