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Baggao at a Glance

Established on November 27, 1896, Baggao, is one of the 28th municipalities of Cagayan. Baggao has a total land area of 99,060 hectares, 48 barangays, and a total population of 66,264. It is dependent on agriculture and forest resources.

Baggao has a high production in rice and corn, which is considered to be the major agricultural resources. The municipality is also widely known for its quality lumber for the finest and elegant furniture production, made from the famous lumber called “Narra”. Despite its geographic location as an interior municipality, access to quality education is evident. A private educational institution is present - the Saint Joseph College, offering a complete pre-school, elementary, secondary and college education. Baggao National Agricultural School is also present, providing vocational education.

Providing quality education is one of the top priorities of the local leadership. A bigger allocation is embarked in the LGU Annual Budget to subsidize teacher requirements and school facilities in the public education sector.

Cooperatives are also in place to support agriculture. The Sto. Domingo Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Inc. offers a variety of services to farmers. Services ranging from the grant of soft loans, grains trading, and the sale of consumer goods to supply of farm inputs. The presence of this cooperative is timely and essential to boost the growing economy of Baggao.

Telecommunication system, provided by SMART Telecoms is in full operations while information media the HOT FM Radio Station and EHM Cable TV serve as major link providing timely information to the public.

Strategically located, barangay San Jose now caters your needs for a Country Inn Motel, Dunkin Donuts, Bank, and Electronic Store.

How To Get There
  Baggao is located 62 kilometers north of Tuguegarao City and approximately 517 kilometers north of Metro Manila. Cruising the Maharlika Highway from Tuguegarao City and passing through the municipalities of Iguig and Amulung. When you reach the Baybayog, Alcala junction, simply board San Jose-Baggao bound service vehicle, Van for Hire, or mini-bus and after one-hour and forty five minutes travel you get off directly in San Jose, the seat of the Municipal Government of Baggao. The road is a McAdam type, but the scenery at sight more than makes up for it.


This is a non-official website of the Municipality of Baggao, Cagayan. The initial idea in developing this website is to established an online presence of Baggao, Cagayan and the People of Baggao. This website will also serve as a web portal for the people of Baggao around the world! 

This is a non-funded project and it is solely a voluntary project. Volunteers are welcome and encourage to contribute to better this website. We are looking for volunteers in the areas of, but not limited to web designers, programmers, writers, typists, and photographers. We are also looking for someone that could provide updated events from Baggao and its barangays. 

Please send your ideas, comments, and pictures from Baggao to Aurelio Miguel. They will be posted here with your credits. Let's get those pictures coming!