Pahiyas Festival 2012


Join us in PAHIYAS “Festival of Harvest and Blessings” Tour Package 
May 15, 2012 Tuesday


Photo credited to  Jon Albert Cadag 
Original photo link  here
The Pahiyas Festival is held in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers. It is an annual observation in thanksgiving for abundant harvests. Quezon folk decorate their homes with the choicest produce; they string fruits and vegetables together and make the “kiping,” the traditional Pahiyas d├ęcor of many colors. These are leaf-shaped wafers of rice makeup and looks like Spanish tacos; these are used to liven up halls and walls, and more craftily turned into arangya (chandeliers) that lighten up the town on fiesta night itself.

The literal meaning of “pahiyas” is actually decorating houses with kiping and vegetables. Aside from this, however, fruits, ropes and straw hats are also utilized. The decorating frenzy starts sometime before the actual fiesta, and the air is abuzz with healthy, friendly competition over who will have the best ornamented house that year. Whoever does gets a reward from the local government. Other things to try out while there are the pancit hab-hab (which is eaten off banana leaves), the Lucban longganisa, the kiping that's actually edible and is said to be best dipped in vinegar. Also, visit the Lucban Church and put on some straw hats

Itinerary Lucban, Liliw and Nagkarlan

4am : ETD Manila
- Mcdo Quezon Ave
- Petron Boni Ave (South Bound)
- Makati Buendia (Mcdonalds SM Hypermart)
- Alabang Town Center Mcdonalds
9 am ETA in Lucban Photo Offs, Hear the Mass, Check out local sales
Visit the Kamay ni Jesus, Check out pansit habhab (pax account)
1 pm Pasabog Sa Liliw
3 pm Nagkarlan Underground Cemetery
4 pm : ETD Manila




Package P 1,600/pax
Inclusive of
• Aircon Tourist Bus
• Healthy Buffet Lunch,
• Halo Halo in Liliw w cheez
• Tour Coordinators
• And wholesome fun, raffles and surprises

NOT INCLUDED: Breakfast, AM Snack, Tricycle around Lucban, Tip to the Tour Directors and Bus Driver.

NOTES :
1. First Come First Served Book and Buy Reservation (seats will be very limited)
2. 3 dozen of lucban longaniza, broas, cassava cakes, will be raffled off to each bus after the trip, kaya ang saya saya!!!
3. Reservation is non refundable but transferable to others

This tour package is under the supervision of Nature Awareness and Conservation Club, Inc (NACCI). Contact me on Facebook here com or text 0919-883-5984

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