BA-HAI Falls

This magnificent and wonderful falls was discovered after it was seen by a passenger of a helicopter passing in the area. It is located in the deep forest of Barangay Ginagdanan. People who are interested to see BA-HAI FALLS will have to travel about 13 kilometers from the Poblacion to Barangay Ginagdanan and trek another 2 kilometers from the Barangay before reaching this nature’s wonder.

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Bangon Falls

Located at Barangay Balnasan, San Roque, Northern Samar 20 minutes’ travel time and 6km. away from Poblacion.

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San Roque Beach

San Roque Beach is a 5-kilometers long stretch of fine sand gradually sloping into ocean of clear blue water, teeming with fish and other marine life. It is situated at Barangay Lao-angan, in Poblacion.

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PARAYAN FESTIVAL 2024

PARAYAN FESTIVAL 2024

Posted by Municipal Tourism Office - San Roque N.S on Friday, March 15, 2024
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“Kauswagan San Bungto, Katalwasan San Tawo”

PARAYAN FESTIVAL 2024 Enchants Visitors with Colorful Celebrations.


The vibrant streets of San Roque burst with energy as the annual Parayan Festival captivated visitors from near and far. The festival, known for its dazzling displays of music, dance, and cultural performances, showcased the rich heritage of the locality. Revelers adorned in traditional colorful attire paraded through the locality, accompanied by rhythmic beats and joyous chants. Street vendors offered a tantalizing array of local delicacies, adding to the sensory

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DTI NORTHERN SAMAR AND LGU SAN ROQUE IN PARTNERSHIP CONDUCTED ENHANCE TRAINING ON FOOD PROCESSING.

30 participants from different barangay’s in San Roque, Northern Samar were trained to process macaroons, cookies and san nicolas.
DTI Northern Samar through its Negosyo Center San Roque in partnership with the ever-supportive LGU San Roque headed by Municipal Mayor Maria Ana “Ate Mean” G. Abalon together with DTI-STIDS Ralph Delizon, Ma’am Clotilde Soria-Municipal Agriculture and Porferio Baluyot Designated Market Supervisor, successfully conducted Enhanced Training on Food Processing for the beneficiary of the Shared Service Facility on Food Production with Costing and Pricing in San Roque, Northern Samar dated November 20-22, 2022.

LAUNCHING AND PLEDGE OF COMMITMENT SIGNING FOR THE RESEARCH COLLABORATION ON THE ASSESSMENT OF VITAMIN A.

Launching and Pledge of Commitment signing for the research collaboration on the assessment of vitamin A status of schoolchildren, kaupod an Helen Keller International / John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Provincial Government of Northern Samar, Department of Education ngan Municipal Government of SanRoque, Northern Samar. ,

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LGU SAN ROQUE PARTICIPATED THE NATIONAL COASTAL CLEAN-UP CELEBRATION.

With the aim of contributing to the cleanliness of the country’s coastal areas, Local Government Unit of San Roque headed by Mayor Maria Ana Gaborni Abalon participated in the National Coastal Clean-Up Celebration today, September 17, at Barangay Lao-angan, Barangay Zone 6 and Zone 3. The community, spearheaded by barangay officials also actively joined the activity. Thru the united efforts of the volunteers and stakeholders, bags of garbage were collected.


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LGU San Roque Activities @ San Roque Municipal Multi-Purpose Hall (Municipal Covered Court)

October 21, 2023 – Youth Congress-Governext

8AM-5PM October 22-23, 2023 – Legal Forum of the Barangay Officials Candidates for 2023 8AM-5PM

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