Explore the coastal town of Pagudpud in Ilocos Norte and its top attractions by joining this private day tour from Laoag. Visit tourist spots in what is referred to as "Boracay of the North" like the Bangui Windmills, Saud Beach, Kapurpurawan Rock Formation, Blue Lagoon, and more.
You will be picked up by your driver-guide at Laoag. Your first stop is the St. Andrew Church and Ruins in Baccara, which is known for the Acrobatic Belfry. The church and belfry were built in 1593 but were destroyed by an earthquake in 1983. The dome collapsed which earned it the title Dignified Domeless Belltower is Asia.
Your next stop is Pasuquin, a coastal town known for its salt-making facilities. Then you will be taken to Cape Bojeador Lighthouse in Burgos, an active lighthouse built in the 1890s. Next on the itinerary is the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation, a stunning geological structure by the beach distinct for its creamy white limestone walls.
The tour includes a stop at the famous Bangui Windmills. This is where you can revel in the sight of 20 units of 230 ft high wind turbines perfectly lined up in a single row. The windmills stretch along a nine-kilometer coastline off Bangui Bay.
You will then pass through the Patapat Viaduct, a highway with stunning views of the sea. Ask your driver-guide to make a stop here to take pictures. You will also make a quick stop at Paraiso ni Anton, where you will see a small shrine of Mama Mary beside a stream.
The tour also takes you to the Blue Lagoon, a major tourist spot in Pagudpud that features white sand and clear waters extending to the West Philippine Sea. Feel free to walk along the beach shore and take lots of photos to remind you of its crystal blue waters.
Before capping off the tour, you will also visit other tourist spots such as Timmangtang Rock, Bantay Abot, Dos Hermanos Islands, and Kaibigan Falls.
Go on a jam-packed sightseeing adventure in Pagudpud Ilocos Norte with this private day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
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