Tuba at Camp 6 along Kennon Road
Location in the province of Benguet
|Region||Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)|
|District||Lone District of Benguet|
|• Mayor||Florencio Bentrez|
|• Total||295.97 km2 (114.27 sq mi)|
|• Density||140/km2 (380/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
|Income class||1st class|
Tuba was originally a barrio of the township of Baguio in the early 1900s under the American Occupation of the Philippines. It was separated from Baguio upon the latter's conversion into a chartered city on September 1, 1909, and became part of the township of Twin Peaks in Benguet.
On June 25, 1963, President Diosdado Macapagal issued Executive Order No. 42 and by operation of Section 2 of Republic Act No. 1515, the municipal District of Tuba was converted into a regular municipality.
Tuba is situated in the southwestern tip of the Central Cordillera Mountain Range that extends from the northwestern tip of Luzon towards Pangasinan. South of the municipality lies the province of Pangasinan and to the west lies the Ilocos rolling hills of the province of La Union. It is hemmed in by the municipalities of Sablan and La Trinidad on the north; the city of Baguio and the municipality of Itogon on the east; and the municipalities of Sison, Pozzorubio and San Manuel on the south.
The municipality's urban area comprises the barangays of Poblacion and Camp 3, having a composite land area of 83.85 square kilometres (32.37 sq mi), or 19.31% of the total land area.
|1||Camp 3||10,413||8||Camp One||1,742|
|2||Camp 4||5,973||9||Taloy Norte||1,307|
|5||Taloy Sur||2,681||12||Twin Peaks||1,127|
The municipality's topography is generally characterized by irregular rugged terrain and steep slopes. It is a plateau with several mountain peaks rising from the table land itself. Mount Santo Tomas, the highest peak in the municipality soars to 2,252 meters above sea level.
Four major rivers/streams and 49 tributary/minor rivers and creeks intersect the landform and serve as the drains of the municipality.
Tuba has 2 pronounced seasons - wet and dry. The dry season starts in November and lasts until April while the wet season lasts from May to October.
|Population census of Tuba|
|Source: National Statistics Office|
Mining is a major contributor to the economy of Tuba. The town's mining industry began upon the discovery of gold in the province of Benguet during the early 1930s. Since 1958, Philex Mining Corporation, the largest gold and copper producer in the Philippines, has been operating the first underground block cave mine in the Far East at Padcal in Barangay Camp 3.
A few abandoned mining sites such as those of Benguet Exploration Mine and Black Mountain, Inc. have been left unattended for years, which pose a threat to the local population and the environment.
The presence of waterfalls, hot springs and natural caves in the municipality boosts tourism.  Mount Cabuyao and Mount Santo Tomas, the highest mountain in the town, are frequently visited by mountaineers. 
|Andolor Primary School||Tabaan Sur|
|Asin Elementary School||Nangalisan|
|Batuan Elementary School||Nangalisan|
|Besong-Saddle Primary School||Poblacion|
|Camp 3 Elementary School||Camp 3|
|Camp 4 Elementary School||Camp 4|
|Camp 6 Elementary School||Camp 4 (official)|
|Gavino Palaoag Elementary School||Twin Peaks|
|Gilbert Semon Elementary School||Tadiangan|
|Indaoac Elementary School||Tabaan Sur|
|Kabuyao Elementary School||Poblacion|
|Kiwas Elementary School||Tadiangan|
|Klondykes Elementary School||Camp One|
|Labney Primary School||Ansagan|
|Ligay Elementary School||Camp One|
|Lubas Elementary School||Ansagan|
|Mariano Sabarino Elementary School||Taloy Norte|
|Miguel Palispis Elementary School||Tabaan Norte|
|Nangalisan Elementary School||Nangalisan|
|Paran Laruan Elementary School||Camp One|
|Piminggan Elementary School||Ansagan|
|Poyopoy Elementary School||Taloy Sur|
|Saguitlang Elementary School||Ansagan|
|Salpang Elementary School||Taloy Sur|
|San Pascual Elementary School||San Pascual|
|Sioco Cariño Elementary School||Ansagan|
|Taloy Norte Elementary School||Taloy Norte|
|Taloy Sur Elementary School||Taloy Sur|
|Torre Elementary School||Camp 3|
|Toybongan Elementary School||Tabaan Norte|
|Tuba Central School||Poblacion|
|Yagyagan Elementary School||Tadiangan|
|Evelio Javier Memorial National High School||Camp 4 (official)|
|Evelio Memorial National High School - Annex||Ansagan|
|Taloy Sur National High School||Taloy Sur|
|Tuba Central National High School||Poblacion|
|Tuba National High School||Nangalisan|
|Twin Peaks National High School||Twin Peaks|
The three major highways that connect the lowlands to Baguio City pass through the municipality.
|Highway||Barangays traversed (downhill from Baguio City)|
|Kennon Road||Camp 4, Camp 3, Camp One|
|Aspiras-Palispis Highway||Poblacion, Taloy Norte, Taloy Sur|
|Naguilian Road||Tadiangan, Nangalisan|
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