The Guihulugan Festival in Guihulngan City is deciphered from the Cebuano vernacular "gi hulugan". This celebration in the district of Guihulngan denotes an awesome arrangement in the history that formed the region through courage and honor. The Guihulugan Festival is otherwise called the Cara-Bell Festival. Since outside tongues thought that it was difficult to articulate the neighborhood term of the celebration, the famous image of the district named it as Cara-Bell Festival; to symbolize the chime and the carabao of the town.
The story of the Guihulugan Festival starts in the old circumstances when the locals of the then town were attacked by Moro privateers. The Moro privateers were the absolute most coldblooded and merciless creatures that frequent for shrouded treasures all finished Negros Island. They would guillotine individuals who might get in their direction and tossed the ladies and youngsters into the ocean. Be that as it may, the general population of Guihulngan were sufficiently shrewd to discover approaches to set themselves up for the approach of the Moro privateers. An immense ringer was rang as an indication of caution of any type of dangers. But the general population of Guihulngan were savvy enough to discover approaches to set themselves up for the approach of the Moro privateers. An immense ringer was rang as an indication of caution of any type of risks.