Camotes Cassava Festival is a yearly reap thanksgiving festivity being held by local people of Tudela, Camotes Islands in Cebu Province. The town praises the party in accordance with religious perspectives by holding the occasions perceiving the town's supporter – Mary Immaculate. To underscore that association, the celebration is being held amid the initial two weeks of June Notwithstanding, beside its religious affiliation, it is on a very basic level a celebration commending the plentiful collect of the nearby products cassava and sweet potato Kamote, which is accepted to be the wellspring of the island's present name, alludes to the two yields cassava and sweet potato.
Ranchers perceived these two root edits as staple nourishments that help their business. Next to cassava and sweet potato, agriculturists also till their territories planting different yields including corn, coconut, vegetables, sugar stick and other regular tropical harvests that can develop on the island. Curiously, when agriculturists are finished setting up their yields and sitting tight for collect, they have sufficient energy to do other work that is angling. The island is encompassed by fertile coral reef and ious marine life. Various tropical fishes, seashells, and all palatable ocean assets are promptly accessible for the more productive ranchers who need to get angle for family utilization as well as for the neighborhood angle market's supply.