Tumauini is a 1st class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 55,041 people in 9,239 households.

This quiet town boasts of a famous historical landmark, the Tumauini Church. Built in the 1870s by the Dominicans, the church has a unique cylindrical bell tower made of bricks. In Addition, also one of the popular tourist attraction of the town is the Camp Samal Resort and Leisure Park were known as a semi-Tagaytay because of its high altitude where one can view the entire town in the west, south and north and the Cordillera Sierra Madre in the east.

There is little commercial activity for a town of its size.  However, there is a sizeable market providing venues for sales of fruits, vegetables, meats, VCDs, and firecrackers.

Tumauini is politically subdivided into 46 barangays.

 

 

 

 

Facts and Figures

 

Basic Profile

 

 

LGU Type

:

Municipality

Income class

:

1st

Population

:

66,812

Total Land area in hectares

:

46,730.0

No. of Barangays

:

46

No. of Households

:

13,767

Financial Profile

 

 

IRA share

:

PhP 102,780,222.00

Local-Sourced Revenues

:

PhP     9,247,146.90

Other Revenues

:

PhP   11,900,737.04

Total LGU Income

:

PhP 123,928,105.94

Ecosystems

 

 

 

 

Agricultural Ecosystem

 

 

Forest Ecosystems

Economic Activity

 

Agricultural

 

 

Industrial

 

 

Fishery

 

 

Commercial and Service Center

Government Officials

   

Mayor

:

Hon. Arnold S. Bautista

Vice Mayor

:

Hon. Lorenzo B. Uy, Jr.

Sources: http://www.blgs.gov.ph , PENRO-Isabela