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Ilocos, Philippines

Ilocos is a region in the Philippines, encompassing the northwestern coast of Luzon island. It’s known for its historic sites, beaches and the well-preserved Spanish colonial city of Vigan. Dating from the 16th century, Vigan’s Mestizo district is characterized by cobblestone streets and mansions with wrought-iron balconies. Farther north, Laoag City is a jumping-off point for the huge La Paz Sand Dunes.


Batac Bantay Abot Cave

Marcos Mausoleum TimmangTang Rock

Paoay Church Patapat Viaduct

Sand Dunes (ATV, 4x4 ride & sand boarding) Paraiso Ni Anton (Calvario De Patapat)

Paoay Lake Kabigan falls (20 – 30 mins Trekking)

Malacanang of the North Juan Luna Shrine

Fort Ilocandia Resort Bantay Church & Bell Tower

Laoag City Vigan City

Tobacco Monopoly Monument Baluarte ni Singson

Sinking Bell Tower Hidden Garden

Laoag Cathedral Burnayan (Pottery Making)

Ilocos Norte Capitol Heritage Village

Bacarra Church & Bell Tower Calle Crisologo (Old Houses)

Pasuquin Biscocho Bakery Syquia Mansion (Elpidio Quirino House)

Salt Making Museum

Cape Bojeador (BurgosLight House Plaza Burgos (Calesa Ride)

Kapurpurawan White Rock Formations Vigan Cathedral

Bangui Wind Mills Nueva Segovia

Pagudpod Arch Empanada-han

Saud Beach Salcedo Dancing Fountain

Blue Lagoon (Boracay of the North) Pasalubong Stores

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