Capiz is dubbed as the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines”, boasting its 80-kilometer coastline and wide expanse of swampy lands easily converted into fishponds. It holds one of the richest fishing grounds and a major contributor in the aquamarine industry of the Philippines. You are welcome to our Official Website where you can learn more about the people, places, events, and businesses in Capiz. Experience the bounty of this province by the sea. Be captivated by the natural beauty of this peaceful and lovely place at the heart of the Philippine islands. –http://www.capiz.gov.ph
Watch out for my Sinadya sa Halaran 2013 feature this December at Roxas City, the capital of Capiz.
In their official site, the festival is described as “Loosely translated as joyful in offering, the festival is a jovial celebration of thanksgiving and sharing of these blessings that took forms in programs and activities that depicts oneness of Capiznon with his Devine Source of blessings, with the blessings themselves and with the whole humankind..”
The Festival Parade will be on December 7, 2012 starting from the City Plaza. I’m really looking forward to this since it will be my first time to visit Roxas City during the festival celebration.