Ilocos Norte never lacked with majestic rock formations that leave every passerby in awe. In Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, your eyes will not miss the whale-like rock formation overlooking the great sea beyond! This rocky hill, with a hole inside, is a result of both nature's grace and calamity, making it a masterpiece in itself. Tune in with us as we take you inside Bantay Abot Cave!
Pannzian Beach Resort offers the best of nature, from the unpopulated beach, blue waters to towering mountains, and cold breeze - except cell phone signals, television sets, and other high-tech amenities. This resort values the simplicity of life away from any urban distraction promoting a stress-free and healthy lifestyle.
Tucked in the coast of Burgos, Ilocos Norte, just 1.5 kilometers away from Laoag City, is a breathtaking rock formation by the beach known for its creamy white rock surface sculpted by natural phenomena. The Kapurpurawan Rock Formation is an art of nature featuring a landscape of smooth ivory limestone produced by the natural process of sedimentation.
The Paoay Church is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, having completed its construction in 1710. It was declared as a National Cultural Treasure by the Philippine government in 1973 and was then included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site’s collective group of Baroque Churches of the Philippines in 1993.
When people talk of Ilocos, there are a few things that usually come to mind: the city of Vigan in Ilocos Sur, the Bangui Wind Farm in Ilocos Norte, and one of the country’s best beach destinations up north, Pagudpud. BLUE WATERS, CLEAR SKIES. Expect these once you visit Pagudpud. (Photo by Adrian Enriquez via pixabay) Pagudpud is the northernmost town in the island of Luzon. Surrounded by waters from the West Philippine Sea, it’s a must-visit for anyone who’s headed north yet wants to stay in the island of Luzon. It’s known for its scenic views and miles upon miles of coastlines, as well as an appetite […]