Category Archives: Travel and Leisure

Tuddingan Falls (La Union Province)

The Province of La Union maybe the smallest in terms of land area from the 4 provinces of Ilocos Regione but it is as blessed as its neighboring provinces in terms of natural wonders. Besides being frequented for its “surfable” waves in the towns of San Juan and Bacnotan, the province has several majestic waterfalls.   Tuddingan Falls have a

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Abagatanen Beach in Agno

Are you convinced now that Pangasinan is a haven of white-sanded beaches? By now, you should be, because we’re down to yet another white-sanded beach in this province—Abagatanen Beach in Agno. Abagatanen Beach is still underdeveloped, compared to its other beach counterparts in Agno. But the beauty of our world is best seen in underdeveloped beaches like these. Sleep by

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Tambobong Beach in Dansol.

Go to the place where the sea meets the sky, here, in Tambobong Beach in Dasol. This white-sanded paradise is abundant with marine life, sunshine, and beautiful azure waters. Like most secluded beaches in Pangasinan, the road to get here is very challenging. Nevertheless, hours of butt-numbing road trips will be rewarded with this getaway in Pangasinan. Swim, poke at

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Masamirey Beach in Sual

We travel back to the town of Sual, this time to the edge of the shores. If you’re looking for white sands and splashing blue waves, then you should look no further—go to Masamirey Beach in Sual. Play like a child on the knee-high, crystal clear waters. You may or may not choose to snorkel here as well. There’s really

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Sabangan Beach in Agno

If you like frolicking in the water, snorkeling, strolling on shallow water, or just appreciating nature, then you should travel to Sabangan Beach in Agno. The shores of this beach are quite rocky, and the waters are clear and shallow. Aside from that, the rustic and peaceful Sabangan Beach also houses the famous “Umbrella Rocks”, colossal boulders that have been

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Cabalitian Island in Sual

Cabalitian is a beach island in Sual that attracts people from all walks of life because of its elegant simplicity. It’s a beach island floating in the middle of the sea, and its clear waters, shady shores, and rocky mountains would make you want to live a life of a castaway here. You’ll have to ride a boat to get

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Tondol Beach in Anda

Shallow, glassy waters that reflect the skies, ash-colored sands, sand bars that allow you to skip and hop to the neighboring island… This is Tondol Beach in Anda, often called by the locals as the “Boracay of the North”. Rent nearby cottages or nipa huts, or find some shade under one of the trees. Either way, your stay will be

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Cabongaoan Beach in Burgos

Cabongaoan Beach is one of those secluded little paradises on Earth that is far from the busy streets and the seasonal influx of tourists. Going here would require you to summon your inner explorer side, so be ready. But after a long road trip and a few minutes’ walk to the shores, your inner explorer side would be pleased to

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Patar Beach in Bolinao

Do you like taking selfies? Then you’ll be stoked to know that you can take underwater selfies here in Patar Beach’s super-clear waters! (You’ll need a waterproof camera for that, of course). But, if you don’t have a waterproof camera, or if you are on a limited budget, then overnight camping by the sea, snorkeling, campfire-snuggling, and taking pictures of

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