Cagayan Valley Region is strategically located on the northeastern part of mainland Luzon. Its proximity to the East Asian countries is a given endowment that makes it not only a natural gateway for trade and investments but also a virtual link to other growth corridors.
The region abounds with natural resources and development potentials that consist of rich agriculture areas, forest lands and grass lands, minerals and marine resources. It is the fourth (4th) largest region of the country accounting for about 9% of national land area.
REGIONAL VISION (2001-2025)
“A Region of world class, empowered and productive citizenry with competitive agri - industrial economy, modern infrastructure, responsive basic services and well-managed eco-system in peaceful and orderly communities at one with God, among themselves and with the rest of the world.”
REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ROLE
“Open growth area and international trade and industrial partner of the East Asian Global Economy.”
City/ Towns/ Barangays
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Cauayan City, Isabela
Santiago City, Isabela
Population (Census 2007)
Population Density (Census 2007)
English, Filipino, Ilocano, Ybanag, Itawes, Malaweg, Gaddang, Isinay, Ivatan, Visaya
Consumer Price Index (Ave. 2011)
Inflation Rate (Ave. 2011)