The dance is only performed for chiefs during very rare, special occasions.
The dancers were in an enclosed makeshift shelter.
After pulling down the walls of the coconut fronds-shelter, women in their traditional attire, wearing masks and depicting a bird unique to the province, were seen standing on a platform.
The women performed the sacred dance to the awestruck spectators.
The dance was performed to re-emphasize the province’s richness in culture and tradition and importantly, to signify how important the occasion meant to them.