ⓘ Calbiga, Samar

                                     

ⓘ Calbiga, Samar

Calbiga, officially the Municipality of Calbiga, is a 4th class municipality in the province of Samar, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 22.982 people. The town is famous for the Langun-Gobingob Caves which is the largest cave system in the Philippines, reputed to be the second largest in Asia and the worlds third largest karst formation.

                                     
  • Langun - Gobingob Cave System also known as Calbiga cave is a cave system located at Calbiga within the Samar Island Natural Park. It covers an area of
  • January 25, 1851 in Calbiga Samar son of Esteban Singzon and Demetria Baeza. He first studied his primary years in Calbiga Samar his native town under
  • district of Northern Samar through a special election held on November 14, 1967. City: Catbalogan Municipalities: Basey, Calbiga Daram, Hinabangan, Jiabong
  • occupations and farming. The village is bordered on the north and west by Calbiga and on the west and south by Maqueda Bay. Free webs Philippines Census
  • the Calbiga crowned her successor Julie Ann Ortega of Calbayog City at the end of this event. The evening show was jointly hosted by former Samar Beauty
  • the north by the municipality of Calbiga to the east by the capital city of Borongan in the province of Eastern Samar to the west by the municipality
  • in transporting their farmed products to the nearby towns of Paranas, Calbiga and Taft. The difficulty in transporting products from the mountains using
  • Quinapondan, San Julian, Sulat and Taft and the Samar Province municipalities of Basey, Calbayog, Calbiga Catbalogan, Gandara, Hinabangan, Jiabong, Marabut
  • Calbayog City, a city on the western side of the province of Samar in the Philippines. Samar and Leyte, two civil provinces in the Visayan group of the