The name of the Barangay Nungulunan was derived from the root word “gulun” which is a local term for cogon. It was named after this grass, since the place before was thickly covered with cogon. This type of grass was widely used before by the people for roofing their native houses.
The Barangay is located mid-north bisecting the municipality. The Barangay hall is built along the road. It is nine (9) kilometers from the Poblacion, Hungduan and nine (9) kilometers from Banaue, Ifugao. It has two shared major rivers named Hapao River and Howang River which makes the south and north boundaries, and twelve (12) creeks with one hot spring. The barangay is politically divided into 39 sitios or clusters.
Population: 857 (NSO 2010)
No. of Household: 116 (CBMS 2012)
Attractions: Nungulunan Rice Terraces
Kibayyuwong Enchanted Stone
Mount Kalawitan(Trekking/Mt. Climbing Destinations)