Ilocos region is one of the most visited places in the Philippines. It has a lot of natural and man-made resources. During vacation, I and my relatives went to Ilocos for a 2-day tour, while getting to our destination, I saw a lot of beaches facing the west Philippine sea.Our destination are Cape Bojeador; the tallest lighthouse in the north, the Bangui windmills, the Kapurpurawan or the white rock formation, the Paoay Sand dunes,MaLacanyang of the north,Paoay church"a UNESCO HERITAGE", and lastly the Pagudpud where the beautiful beaches is found. it is also called as the Little boracay because of its white sand. it is good to stay here overnight because it has a resort which offers god amenities and it offers a adventure activity like Zipline where you can passed through the beach.
Cape Bojeador Lighthouse
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
malacanyang of the north and paoay lake
Paoay sand dunes
HI!! I'm Cathleen Karla Opinaldo or "ck" for short. 17 years old and I'm a Tourism student. I have many things to do in life like to travel in different places and to explore new things that i've never experience. I spend my time in watching tv, surfing the net and reading magazines that has tourism related. "Live Life to the Fullest" Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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