Pyramid (Kinepol Ni Nabaloi) (Kabayan)
- The resting burial tomb of Henry A. Kamora, the Grand Old man of Kabayan, constructed around 300 years ago at the municipal compound, Chogong, Poblacion, Kabayan.
Mount Pulag (Kabayan)
- This is the highest mountain peak in Luzon towering at an altitude of 9,640 feet above sea level and considered as the Playground of the Gods by local folks. It is home to many species of highland flora and fauna, including the dwarf bamboo, which covers its bald peak.
It would take at least two hours and thirty (2:30) minutes before reaching the rangers station. Orientation and registration are conducted before starting the 3 hours climb before reaching the camp site.
It is advised that before planning a trip to Mt. Pulag, kindly coordinate with the office of the DENR (Protected Area Superintendent Office-Mt. Pulag) or the Local Tourism Office of Kabayan.
This is an existing man-made attraction of the municipality of Kabayan. It was established during the 1980s. Visitors can see the artifacts of the municipality. It provides the visitor a better understanding of the culture and traditions of the natives of the place.
TINONGCHOL BURIAL ROCK
This is an existing man-made attraction of the municipality of Kabayan. A unique example of Benguet natives' ingenuity using indigenous tolls to carve out spaces on the rock for burying for their dead. The burial rock was carved out of reverence and respect to protect the remains of their dead relatives from desecration either by human or animals. It is only 15 minutes walk from the vehicular road.
OPDAS BURIAL CAVE
- ETAPUAN AND MANENCHEN EARLY SETTLEMENTS SITES
This is a potential man-made attraction of the municipality of Kabayan. Known as the early settlement of the first inhabitants of the place, it is claimed that remnants of the early settlers are still visible. Old folks
FESTIVITIES, EVENTS AND ACTIVITES
THE BENDIAN FESTIVAL
In the past, it is a sacred ritual made during abundant harvest - a thanksgiving to “Kabunian.” Today, it is an annual event celebrated to showcase the Ibaloi Culture of the municipality. The festival is celebrated every April to May in Kabayan, Benguet. Bendian is performed for many reasons. Some of which are to heal a prolong illness, relieve natural calamities such as famine and drought, and to celebrate a bountiful harvest.
MOUNT PULAG CLIMB
Mountain climbing expeditions are open upon registration with the Office of the Park Superintendent in Ambangeg, Bokod or at the Parks and Wildlife Office, DENR-CAR, Baguio City.
ADIVAY FESTIVAL (Province wide)
It is a month-long provincial celebration held November of every year. The “Grand Canao” and cultural presentations from the 13 municipalities are some of its highlights. The products of all 13 municipalities are displayed/exhibited for sale during the affair. This is an event that is being looked forward to by all I-benguets.