Kasibu is a God-given paradise situated in Nueva Vizcaya’s southern part. It is a landlocked municipality surrounded by mountain ranges and valleys. It is dubbed as the Citrus Capital of the Philippines and is a leader in producing high-value crops exported to various locations inside and outside the province. It has a plethora of inviting tourist attractions, most of which are nature-based and located in conservation areas, where they stay unexplored and pristine.

Known as the Philippines’ fifth-longest cave system, measuring 4.2 kilometers in length, the Capisaan Caves are one of the municipality’s ecotourism highlights. It is one of the country’s world-class caves and is dubbed The Geologist’s Paradise due to the variety and rarity of its stalactites and stalagmite formations.

Edralin Falls in Barangay Antutot is a famous tourist destination for those searching for the perfect getaway to connect with nature and complete their bucket list. As it peacefully dwells in the lush and verdant mountains of northern Kasibu, the waterfall is a top pick for excursionists and visiting individuals. Indeed, the allure of Edralin Falls from afar, its accessibility from the main road, its man-made picnic kiosks, and its briskly cool water reserve are what keep nature lovers returning.

Machalet Falls, a recently discovered green paradise in Kasibu, cascades a massive pool of ice-cold, crystal clear water, supporting the biodiversity of flora and fauna and other nearby creatures thriving in the metamorphic rock formations of unmapped quality from the top to the foot of the mountain.

Agri-Farm Tourism is also a potential tourist getaway for residents. It is now considered a recent trend of selecting destinations, especially for individuals searching for other adventures away from the everyday experience. Malabing Valley Citrus Farms are among the largest producers of quality sweet and seedless oranges such as satsuma, poncan, and Hamlin in Nueva Vizcaya and neighboring provinces. There are other common highvalue fruits such as marang, durian, and mangosteen. 

Kasibu’s unadulterated ecotourism attractions make for a compelling backdrop for the town. Kasibu’s brand marketing is focused on the theme Captivating Kasibu, which promotes and preserves the town’s natural scenery and good agricultural practices. Kasibu is positioned as the Nature-agriculture and Adventure Hub of the Province, with rural beauty and exciting attractions. This positioning and these features are essential for the development of identity. They serve as the foundation for the municipality’s tourism industry.

The brand was inspired by the natural beauty and charm of Kasibu, with its unified people, natural landscapes, rich natural resources, and excellent farm products, making it a welcoming destination for travelers. The term Captivating Kasibu makes use of the colors green and yellow. Yellow symbolizes the warmth of Kasibu and its people; it also imparts a citrus’s sweet zest. The color green in the term Kasibu refers to the municipality’s official color. Citrus pulp symbolizes Kasibu’s status as the Citrus Capital of the Philippines and its bounty of farm produce. Additionally, it denotes the municipality’s four valleys: Kongkong Valley, Malabing Valley, Conwap Valley, and Muta Valley. The mountains, caves, and rivers exemplify Kasibu’s upland location and plenty of ecotourism sites. The curve at the bottom represents the Kasibunians’ wide smiles and hospitality. “Captivating Kasibu” is a phrase that encompasses the whole municipality and serves as a framework for potential solid tourism.

Come and experience Kasibu’s scenic beauty, fertile agricultural farmlands, and community culture. Captivating places, people, and activities: Captivating Kasibu!