Formerly a Japanese trading post, Aparri is a province of Luzon, Phillippines, and rests at the mouth of the Cagayan River, the longest River in the country. With a population of just over 60,000, this modestly-sized municipality contains a valley that is one of the largest tobacco-producing regions in the Phillippines. Aparri is known for its foods including bulung-unas (Ribbon Fish) and Pacific salmon (nicknamed President Fish due to its priciness). Visitors arriving on the shores of Luzon will will have several options for activities within close reach of Aparri. The sunsets at Aparri are not to be missed, nor is the unique souvenir shopping.