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Jubilant Philippine Fiestas Every Week of the Year

The Philippines is a collection of more than 7,000 stunningly beautiful islands in the South Pacific. It is filled with joyful, generous people. So joyful in fact, that you can find a fiesta weekly. Every festival has a different theme, but they all include delicious food, wonderful music, and fabulous drinks. Some fiestas even feature costumes or special events. Our upcoming festivals include:


Ati-Atihan Festival

Ati-Atihan Festival

Ati-Atihan Festival , 3rd weekend of January, Kalibo, Aklan. One of the oldest religious festivals in the country. It is a parade filled with facepainted celebrants, indigenous costumes, tribal dances and loud drumbeats. Tourists who visit this festivity are allowed to participate the dances on the streets with the drumbeats. This is widely known as the “Filipino Mardi Gras” an experienced not to be
missed.


Moriones Festival

Moriones Festival, a Holy Week celebration in Boac, Gasan and Mogpog, Marinduque. This week long celebration in the life of St. Longinus is what makes
Marinduque among one of the top destinations during Holy Week in the Philippines. MORION, is the helmet worn by the centurions while Moriones refer to the costumed penitents reenacting the search for St.Longinus, hunted by his fellow centurions for converting to Christianity. During the festival, Marinduquenos dress up as centurions/Moriones looking for Longinus.
Townspeople participate in the event by hiding Longinus in their houses.
The re-enactment of the PASSION OF CHRIST also happens during this festival.

Moriones Festival

Panagbenga Festival

Panagbenga Festival

Panagbenga Festival, celebrates in February at Baguio City. The word “Panagbenga” means “season of blooming.” This festivity includes numerous parades of floral floats and children dressed as flora and fauna. This event makes Baguio an added tourist destination for those who wants to cool off after all the partying festivals in January! This festival is a feast for the eyes, Session Road in Bloom. Baguio’s famous street is closed to vehicular traffic for this celebration to make way for flower carts, street dancing and outdoor cafes. This huge event attracts and brings in thousands of tourists and locals each and every year. Make your restaurant reservation plans early if you plan to attend this festival.


Sinulog Festival

Sinulog Festival, 3rd weekend of January, Cebu City. This is also another religious festival in honor of the Sto. Nino, Cebu version. This is one of the most
popular festivities that attracts millions of locals and large number of tourists from all over the world! Back in 2003, the number of participants reached a whopping 4 million people! At the Sinulog Festival, the Cebuanos showcase their talents through street dancing, sports and pageantry. Year after year, the growing number of party goers from all over the country are drawn to this celebration.

Sinulog Festival

The Phillippine International Hot Air Balloon Festival

The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Festival

The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is held around the 2nd weekend of February in Clark, Pampanga. This has been over two decades of Flying High and the longest running sports aviation event in Asia. It gathers plenty of aviators and spectators from around the world. It’s a 4-day event of non-stop flying action! From Hot Air Balloons to aerobic exhibitions. formation flying, to radiocontrolled aircraft paragliding, skydiving and dozens of on-ground activities, visitors are always guaranteed a fun-filled unforgettable weekend.


Filipino Festivals Celebrate the Good Things in Life

Many locations have fiestas spread throughout the year, but each is a one-of-a-kind experience. Jette Group is here to share the best and the brightest that the Philippines has to offer so that you can get to know and appreciate not only these Philippine fiestas but also the entire country, as much as we do.