19 Replies to “363.3km Ilocos Road Trip: Things to do in the Northwestern Part of the Philippines”

  1. It’s all very beautiful – I’m ready to go! LOL! Okay, except for the bridge… I’ll pass on that! 😉

  2. Di talaga nawawalan ng tao.. hahahaha tinagalan ko nalang po exposure para mawala sila.. hehehehe yung black and white sa number 4 halata pang may mga gumagalaw na tao.. hahaha

    1. Ayy oo nga hahaha ngayon ko lang napansin hahaha

  3. 1, 2, 5, 8, 10. Those are the things I haven’t done or places I didn’t visit when my friends and I did our great Ilocos trip years ago. Ilocos is one of my fave destinations, I am absolutely amazed by Pagudpud and Vigan. I really want to go back just to visit those other places that I wasn’t able to cover.

  4. Thoroughly enjoyable post. The Kapurpurawan Rock Formation looks incredible and I must say, you really do have an eye for a great shot. The Sunset at Pasuquin is a particularly striking shot

  5. Wow. Beautiful photos. Now I am more excited to visit Ilocos this year. I never thought there are a lot of things to do there. Very comprehensive. Good job.

  6. Great post! I’ve been wanting to go to Ilocos to see those wonderful places! It is too far and gotta be a long travel time. But it’s okay, I need to have my friends with me when I get there and take nice shots and memories too!

  7. Wow! loved your shots, It’s a great place for a fab road trip. Vigan and Ilocos were on my list but had to skip them due to lack of time. next time! Loved the sunset picture at Ilocos Norte.

  8. This is the place where I’ve always wanted to go but never had the chance to before I went abroad. Thanks for bringing us (readers) with you through your photos! Cheers!

    1. You can come back home anytime and visit this place. 🙂 It is just waiting for you. 🙂

  9. How was the sand dunes? Been really wanting to go there but never got the chance! I bet it’s a crazy adventure! I miss Vigan, one of my most memorable places! Indeed, Northern part of the Philippines has a lot to offer! xx

    1. The sand dunes is one of the things you shouldn’t miss if you are an adrenaline junkie.. 🙂 Yes indeed the northern part of the Philippines has a lot to offer. One of the things that you should try in Ilocos are the Batac empanada and miki.

  10. Oh, I suddenly missed Ilocos because of this. Though, I didn’t get the chance to watch the sunset in Pasuquin. Maybe next time! Great photos you have there! Anyone who will read this would want to pack their bags and go for a roadtrip. 🙂

  11. Ilocos is really lovely. The Northwestern part of the Philippines is indeed a revelation. The natural beauty of Philippines seems to come to full bloom here. What a lovely setting for a road trip indeed.

  12. I love road trips and Phillipiness have been on my mind for sometime now. Bookmarking this one for future use 🙂

  13. Thank you for this post showing a different side to the Philipines. The other posts I’ve read are usually of sand beaches and stuff. It looks like a great area for a road trip. Safe travels.

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  15. […] ganyan nafeel ko. Hahaha It is far from the fast-paced life of Singapore. Historical feeling, mala Ilocos lang. We just walked around for hours and saw different items for sale on the streets, from old […]

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