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"The province of Cagayan is home to many old Spanish churches such as the centuries-old Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. Another good starting point if you want to have a glimpse of its history is the Cagayan Provincial Museum and Historical Research Center. A trip here won’t be complete without a visit to the seven-chambered Callao Cave and the picturesque Palaui Island."

Popular Cagayan Hotels

7B Taft Street, Centro 08, San Gabriel , Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Convenient - 7.1 / 10(39)
BEDROOM Hotel Casa Angela
Aguinaldo Street corner Taft Street, Centro 2, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Convenient - 7.4 / 10(41)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Hotel Joselina - Caggay
Maharlika Highway, Caggay, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Impressive - 8.3 / 10(55)
No. 9 Diversion Road, Balzain, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Convenient - 7.7 / 10(11)
COMMON_SPACE Hotel Joselina - Aguinaldo
52 Aguinaldo Street, Centro 6, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Convenient - 8.2 / 10(41)
BEDROOM Hotel Juliana
2-B Blumentritt Street Corner Gonzaga, Centro 04, Annafunan, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
HOTEL_SERVICES Mango Suites - Tuguegarao
Rizal Street corner Balzain Road, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Impressive - 8.6 / 10(24)
Guest Houses
53 Burgos Street, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Impressive - 8.5 / 10(17)
67 Rizal Street, Centro 10, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
LOBBY Pulsar Hotel and Restaurant
Capitol Hills, Caggay , Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
LOBBY Country Inn Hotel and Restaurant Santa Ana
Barangay Samuk - Samuk, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines, 3514
Barangay Rapuli, Sitio Racat, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines, 3514
Zinungan, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines, 3514
BEDROOM Cocoon Traveler's Inn
Luna Heights Commercial Center, Luna Street, Centro 2, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
Impressive - 8.6 / 10(29)
Dugo San Vicente Road, Diora Zinungan, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines, 3514
Guest Houses
2 Cayosa homes, Pengue Ruyu, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
LOBBY Anguib Beach Club
San Vicente - Gutan - Lubac - Anguib Road, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines, 3514
BEDROOM Livins Inn
14 B Maharlika Highway Pengue Ruyu, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
7 Arellano Street Extension Ugac Sur, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan, Philippines, 3500
LOBBY Pozo Robo Beach Club and Camping Site
San Vicente - Gutan - Lubac - Anguib Road, Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines, 3514

Guest reviews in Cagayan


158 reviews from hotels in Cagayan with aggregated rating of 8.3/10.

Review from various users that have stayed in Cagayan will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

Antonio Purificacion Jr
Hotel Joselina - Caggay
/ 10
7 Dis 2019
Problem with the door lock and they can not fix it.We needed to transfer to other hotel.
Juliebert F.
Hotel Casa Angela
/ 10
17 Mac 2020
The hotel is simple yet what made it special are the people serving their customers. They are approachable and accommodating.
Violeto R. J.
Hotel Joselina - Aguinaldo
/ 10
25 Feb 2020
Did not stay in the hotel. Flight to Tuguegarao was diverted to Manila but the hotel was not considerate enough in refunding the booking. (Though I totally understand they have the right to do so, but it was uncontrollable both for passenger and the airline)
Christel F.
Taj Hotel
/ 10
30 Dis 2019
The accommodation is good yet I suggest they have air fresheners in a room and must lessen the presence of bed bugs. All in all the other services were good
Armand A.
Cocoon Traveler's Inn
/ 10
19 Nov 2019
Inn is very centrally located, right along the main road and within walking distance of a large mall and lots of restaurants/coffee shops. Room itself is basic but clean and has all the necessities. Have stayed here several times and will gladly do so again.
Jhomari Marudo
Mango Suites - Tuguegarao
/ 10
2 Jan 2020
the hotel was very comfortable, clean and the staff are helpful.
Erika L. S.
Balai B+B
/ 10
2 Dis 2019
No parking space! Contact number provided is unreachable! Receptionists sounds rude! Air condition has a loud sound! Bedsheet has pink stain!
Karen A. P.
Hotel Carmelita
/ 10
4 Feb 2019
I made a mistake in booking. Instead of room for two I accidentally book a room for 1 pax. Upon arrival at the hotel premises, I let them know my concern. My bargain was if they can convert my booking into a room for two at the price of hotel which is much cheaper at walk in. I know it was my mistake however I am still a customer. We arrived at 2pm at the hotel however they were able to process my request at around 4:30 in the afternoon. They want me to pay the amount of the room for two at the price of app to think that I was already at the hotel. Very inconsiderate policies.i was very frustrated with the long wait. Beware to those who are planning to book at this hotel. They are overpriced and take note the rate does not even include free breakfast.
Dr Agussalim
Hotel Juliana
/ 10
17 Dis 2017
There was not a professional in hotel management. Especially breakfast and cleaning the room

Most commonly asked questions in Cagayan

Where are the best cities to visit in Cagayan?

The best cities to visit in Cagayan are Santa Ana, Tuguegarao City, Gonzaga, Camalaniugan, Buguey, Baggao, Calayan

How many hotels are listed in Cagayan?

Currently, there are around 32 hotels that you can book in Cagayan


Located on the northeastern edge of Luzon Island, Cagayan is one of the northernmost provinces of the Philippines. For so long, it has largely gone under the radar of most travel guidebooks, but it’s spectacular beauty is now slowly being revealed as more visitors take the road less traveled into this historic and picturesque province.

Sta. Ana Cagayan

Although located at a considerable distance from the Manila, Cagayan was actually one of the first of the provincias to come into existence during the Spanish colonial period, being founded by the conquistadors in 1581. Today, the province is home to around 1.2 million people, but its beguiling landscape comprising  verdant mountains, dense forests, beautiful beaches, and mighty rivers has mostly been untouched by civilization.


How to Go

By plane

Direct flights to Tuguegarao City, the province’s capital, are available daily from Manila. Visitors coming from Cebu, on the other hand, can take any one of the weekly flights available.

By land transportation

Provincial buses with terminals in Cubao in Quezon City and in Caloocan City (both in Metro Manila) offer daily trips to Tuguegarao City. Buses heading all the way to the northern town of Claveria will also pass by Tuguegarao. Take note that a bus trip to the province can last for around 12 hours or more if you are coming from Manila.


Getting Around

If you need to go between major cities and towns in Cagayan Valley, you will have to ride an intercity bus, jeep, van, or multicab. You can explore each city or municipality on foot, or you can also hire tricycles that can take you to popular locations.


Tourist Attractions

Cape Engano Lighthouse

Cagayan is mostly famous for its natural marvels. The town of Claveria in the northwest is surrounded by lush grasslands and windswept hills reminiscent of Batanes landscapes. The same is true with the protected island of Palaui in the northeast. This island is also the site of the Cape Engaño Lighthouse, a historic structure built in 1892.

Other popular attractions include the scenic Taggat Lagoon and the graceful cascading Mabnang Falls, both of which are near Claveria. There’s also the seven-chambered Callao Cave near the town of Peñablanca, in which the local Catholic Church often holds services for the faithful.


Top Things to Do

Thanks to its coastal location, the province has an extensive shoreline where travelers can enjoy a plethora of aquatic activities. The area around the town of Santa Ana in the northeastern coast of the province is famous for its white-sand beaches and splendid waters. Aside from swimming, you can also do snorkeling and diving in the waters around Palaui Island, located just off the coast of the town, which is part of a protected marine area.

Callao Cave

Inland, visitors can head over to the Peñablana Protected Landscape and Seascape, where the famous Callao Cave is also located. Here, you can enjoy an idyllic boat ride down the Pinacanauan River, which is best done at dusk when you can witness the flight of tens of thousands of bats as they emerge from their caves in the forest.

Of course, a trip to Cagayan will not be complete without one paying a visit to its centuries-old churches. These include the Saints Peter and Paul Metropolitan Cathedral in Tuguegarao (1761), the Church of San Antonio de Galicia (1765), the Basilica of Our Lady of Piat in the town of Piat (1875), and the Saint Philomene Church in Alcala (1881).


Where to Eat

Pancit Batil Patong

When you visit Cagayan Province, make sure not to miss out on sampling the pancit batil-patong, which is the best-known culinary specialty in the province. In Tuguegarao city, famous panciterias include Gretchen’s and Billy Jack’s Panciteria.



Cagayan Valley is mostly known for its nature destinations, so even in larger cities like Tuguegarao, there’s little by way of nightlife. The downtown area does have a collection of resto-grills where you can enjoy a drink or two with your friends.


Where to Stay

The capital city of Tuguegarao has a number of hotels where you can stay in. These include the 4-star Holiday Plaza Hotel, as well as smaller places like Hotel Joselina, and Las Palmas de San Jose. If you’re heading to the town of Sta. Ana up north, you can stay in the beachfront Costa Carina Resort.

There are many other inns and bed & breakfast places all over the province where you can stay overnight for reasonable prices.


Travel Tips

• It is best to bring your own camping gear and food if you plan on staying overnight in coastal areas where there are no resorts.

• You can also ask some of the locals, who may be willing to rent out a space in their home.

• Make sure to take home a festoon of longganisa (sausage), which is also one of the specialties of northern Philippine provinces like Cagayan.
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