Cape Bolinao Lighthouse, which stands 101 feet tall atop Punta Piedra Point in Barangay Patar in Bolinao, Pangasinan, is the second tallest Lighthouse in the Philippines, next to Cape Bojeador in Ilocos Norte. The lighthouse was built by the combined efforts of Filipinos, American and British engineers in 1905.
Found at the northern tip of Luzon, Ilocos Norte, the coastal town of Pagudpud is considered as the Haven of the North. Boasting golden sands and crystal-blue waters, visitors doesn’t hesitate to drive up to north for at least 2 hours from Laoag to visit this stretch of beach.
Governor’s Island is one of the islands at the Hundred Islands National Park located in Pangasinan. It is also one of the three islands which were developed for tourist, the other two were Children’s Island and Quezon Island. Governor’s Island has a guest house which a family may rent and you can climb the highest peak of the island where you can get a panoramic view of the surrounding islands.
One of the more popular church in the country is the St. Augustine Church in Ilocos Norte, also famously known as the Paoay Church. Built in 1694 with baked bricks, coral rocks, salbot (tree sap), and lumber and 24 carved buttresses, this church is considered as the most outstanding example of “earthquake baroque.” Former President Ferdinand Marcos declared this church as a National Treasure and is now proudly enlisted in UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Found at 5000 feet above sea level in the mountainous region of the Cordilleras in Northern Luzon, is a small valley that is home to a treasure trove of Natural Wonders, simply named Sagada. This is their town center where the adventure begins.