Traveling far north to Pagudpud, the northernmost town in Ilocos Region, Philippines, may not be a popular course, but it is definitely worth it.
Pagudpud hosts some of the most endearing natural attractions, which remained unexploited, unlike the other tourist spots in Ilocandia. You can have a grand time at its beaches or go on a scenic hour-long walk through the Secret Green Hills for a rejuvenating experience. Other must-visit attractions are Kabigan Falls, Patapat Viaduct, Agua Grande, Dos Hermanos Islands, Timmangtang Rock, and Bantay Abot Cave. Abandoned buildings like Bagong Lipunan Lodge Ruins might also tickle your fancy with its fascinating architecture and eerie feel that will get your adrenaline pumping.
If you cannot endure a long travel by land to Pagudpud, you can cut the trip short by booking a flight to Laoag International Airport. But traveling by land has its perks because you can check out the attractions along the way, like the Spanish-colonial heritage of Vigan, the historic Paoay Church, and the impressive Bangui Windmills.
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