“Pagka-Infanta, PagkaIN-FANTAHIN”

the place, the people, the food, the culture

Visit Infanta to rejuvenate from the hustle and bustle of the city and spend quality time with your family while exploring our unspoiled mountains, mangroves, and coastal parks. Experience the warmth of our local people and share the Infantahins’ passion for food, rich history and traditions, and love for nature.

Suman Sa Gata

Sweet and sticky rice cake, wrapped and steamed in palm or banana leaves. Sprinkle with sugar and the best partner for coffee.

Sukang Sasa

Nipa palm vinegar, also known as sukang sasa or sukang nipa, is a traditional Filipino vinegar made from the sap of the nipa palm (Nypa fruticans). It is one of the four main types of vinegars in the Philippines, along with coconut vinegar, cane vinegar, and kaong palm vinegar.


Pasingaw is another rice delicacy made from glutinous rice flour. It is made to sticky just like the Kalamay. Though not so popular just like other rice delicacy, but it's really good to include during special occasions.


Sinantol or ginataang santol is a Filipino dish wherein minced cotton fruit (also known as santol) is cooked in coconut cream. Meat such as ground pork, crab meat or shrimps can also be added. This dish is perfect when prepared spicy.

DOT-Accredited hotels

Choose from our DOT-Accredited hotels and resorts that have a Certificate of Authority (CAO) / Provisional CAO from the said Agency. Stay comfortably and be assured that our accommodation establishments are practicing the health and safety guidelines set by the National Inter Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) as well as the local IATF.


Infanta Municipal Tourism Section

Tourism Bldg., Velasco St., Poblacion 38, Infanta, Quezon
+63 42 535 2982 Local 29 | +63 917 854 9441

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From our ridges to our reefs, Infanta offers various nature and culture-based attractions and activities that are designed to give you bonding moments to catch up with family and friends despite busy lives, refreshing chances to relax and rejuvenate, and enlightening occasions to be one with nature, and irreplaceable memories to relive when you are back in your homes.