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Ilocos: Your next premier tourist destination

Intayon ijay Ilocandia! (“Let’s go to Ilocandia!”) As many people would say to invite, Ilocos Provinces have still much to offer tourists and locals alike. With its rich and diverse history, Ilocos is now becoming one of the premier destinations up North. Let’s Discover!

Long before the Spaniards came, locals called the extensive region (Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra, La Union) “samtoy.” And fast forward through memory lane, many of the country’s illustrious sons and daughters came from the provinces, namely: Ferdinand Marcos (Sarrat), Juan Luna and Antonio Luna (Badoc), Gabriela and Diego Silang (Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur and Aringay, La Union), Josefa Llanes-Escoda (Dingras), Father Jose Burgos, Isabelo delos Reyes, and Elpidio Quirino (Vigan) among others.

Ilocos Sur Welcome Arch

Ilocos Sur Welcome Arch

Ilocos Norte Welcome Arch (Photo by www.forumbiodiversity.com)

Ilocos Norte Welcome Arch (Photo by www.forumbiodiversity.com)

Topography

The Ilocos provinces are divided into two, the North (Norte) and the South (Sur). Norte has 21 municipalities and 2 cities while Sur has 32 municipalities and 2 cities as well. Mainly known for its widely-spoken dialect, “Ilocano,” the Ilocos provinces have hidden gems that I and my friends have discovered on our recent visit.

Although time and resources were limited, we surely have maximized our stay in the provinces. Being my hometown, too (I am a Sarrat-native), I am really proud of what Ilocos has become through the years.

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How to get there:

From Manila, Ilocos Sur is 8-9 hours away, while Ilocos Norte is 11-12 hours away. From Baguio, it is roughly around 7-8 hours away. Major Bus Lines also service the northern route daily, namely: Partas and Fariñas.

Partas Bus Lines (Laoag City Terminal)

Partas Bus Lines (Laoag City Terminal)

Farinas Bus Lines, Laoag City Terminal (Photo by www.tagdrobe.com)

Farinas Bus Lines, Laoag City Terminal (Photo by www.tagdrobe.com)

Contact Information:

Pasay Cubao Manila Baguio Vigan Laoag

Partas

Aurora Boulevard (Tramo) Corner Edang St. San Roque

(02) 852 8194

816 Aurora Boulevard, Cubao, Quezon City

(02) 727 8278

Sampaloc, Manila

(02) 743 3242

Gov. Pack Road Central Terminal, Baguio City

(Below SM City Baguio)

(074) 444 8431

Alcantara Street, Vigan City

(Across Lyric Cinema)

(077) 722 2933
(077) 722 2935

Barangay 1, Laoag City

(Near Iglesia ni Cristo)

(077) 771 4898

Fariñas N/A N/A No. 1238, Fariñas Trans Bldg., Lacson Ave., Sampaloc, 490 Zone 48, Manila

(02) 731 4507

Gov. Pack Road Central Terminal, Baguio City

(Below SM City Baguio)

N/A

Castro Avenue, cor. M. Fariñas St., Laoag City

(077) 772 0127

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Schedules:

Baguio – Vigan / Laoag Laoag / Vigan – Baguio Manila – Vigan / Laoag Laoag / Vigan – Manila
Partas AM

0400

0600

0700

0900

1000

 

PM

1200

1400

1500

1700

1900

2100

2200

Call Laoag Terminal Hotline at (077) 771 4898 for more information Cubao – Laoag

1900 (First Class)

2200 (Deluxe)

2200 (First Class)

 

Pasay – Laoag

1800 (Regular Aircon)

2000 (Regular Aircon)

 

Cubao – Vigan

1900 (First Class)

2200 (Deluxe)

2200 (First Class)

 

Pasay – Vigan

1900 (Regular Aircon)

2100 (Regular Aircon)

Call Laoag Terminal Hotline at (077) 771 4898 for more information

Fariñas Regular AirCon

 

AM

0430

0530

0730

1030

 

PM

1330

1530

1730

2000

2200

Regular AirCon

 

AM

1230

0300

0530

0730

0900

1100

 

PM

1330

1500

2045

0600 (1st Class w/ CR)

0700 (1st Class w/ CR)

0800 (1st Class)

1030

1230

1630

1830 (1st Class w/ CR)

1930 (1st Class w/ CR)

2000 (1st Class w/ CR)

2030 (Super Deluxe)

2100 (1st Class w/ CR)

2130 (1st Class w/ CR)

2200 (Super Deluxe)

2230 (1st Class w/ CR)

2330 (1st Class w/ CR)

0600 (1st Class w/ CR)

0700 (1st Class w/ CR)

0800 (1st Class)

1030

1230

1630

1830 (1st Class w/ CR)

1930 (1st Class w/ CR)

2000 (1st Class w/ CR)

2030 (Super Deluxe)

2100 (1st Class w/ CR)

2130 (1st Class w/ CR)

2200 (Super Deluxe)

2230 (1st Class w/ CR)

2330 (1st Class w/ CR)

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Via Air:

There are also regular flights from Manila to Laoag via Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines. The flight schedules are as follows:

Laoag International Airport - Ilocos Norte

Laoag International Airport (Photo by www.pinasmuna.com)

Cebu Pacific PAL Express
Days From Manila

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs, Sun

 

From Laoag

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs, Sun

From Manila

Mon, Tue, Sun

From Laoag

Daily

Flight Duration (ETD-ETA)

Approximately 1 hour, 30 minutes

(to check travel times and schedules, check their websites – subject to change without prior notice)

The good news when heading up North is that there are no toll plazas that you have to stop too (unless you’ll be coming from Manila and exiting the North Luzon Expressway, Subic-Clark Expressway, and/or Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway using a private car) and the roads are nicely paved, giving you that smooth ride.

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Ilocos Norte

Ilocos Norte, particularly in its capital Laoag, has only a few Department of Tourism-accredited hotels where tourists/travelers can stay. So here is the short list forwarded to me by the Department of Tourism – Laoag Sub-Office as a reference.

Ilocos Norte Capitol at night

Ilocos Norte Capitol (at night)

TuristaBoy Tip:

There are also many transient houses/lodging houses/homestays not registered with the Department of Tourism Laoag Sub-Office. Contact your tour organizer or you might want to check out the outskirts of the City upon arriving for more affordable accommodations.

List of establishments:

Name of Establishment Address Contact Numbers Online Addresses
THE PALACIO DE LAOAG HOTEL #27 P. Paterno Street, Laoag City Telephone Numbers:

(077) 772 2950 to 51

 

Fax Number:

(077) 771 5717

E-mail Addresses:

thepalaciodelaoag@yahoo.com

thepalaciolaoag@gmail.com

HOTEL TIFFANY (TOURIST INN) General Segundo Avenue, corner M.H. Del Pilar Street, Laoag City Telephone Number:

(077) 770 3550

 

Fax Numbers: (077) 771 4360 / 770 5013

ISABEL SUITES (TOURIST INN) General Segundo Avenue, Laoag City Telephone Numbers:

(077) 770 4998 / 771 1900

 

Cell Phone Numbers:

0921 732 6452 / 0918 903 5181 / 0917 628 0319

 

Fax Number: (077) 773 1008

E-mail Address:

isabelsuites.laoag@gmail.com

NORTHVIEW HOTEL Brgy. 46, Nablo Road, Laoag City Telephone and Cell Phone Numbers:

(077) 773 1689 / 0918 901 3163

 

Fax Number:

(077) 773 2440

Website:

www.northviewhotel.com

 

E-mail Address:

northviewhotel@yahoo.com

UKL EVER HOTEL Brgy. 17, Abadilla St., Laoag City Telephone Number:

(077) 772 2771

 

Cell Phone Number:

0999 525 7777

E-mail Address:

ukleverhotel@yahoo.com

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Ilocos Sur

In Ilocos Sur, on the other hand, here’s a comprehensive list of all the possible accommodations in the City of Vigan, based on a tweet on their Twitter account, @ViganPH. Just click below and it will redirect you. 🙂

Ilocos Sur Capitol

Ilocos Sur Capitol

Directory of Accommodation Establishments in Vigan City

Directory of Dining and Entertainment Establishments in Vigan City

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Sample Itinerary

*This is the itinerary we had when we got there. I just compiled the places we visited in a simplified list while we were traveling spontaneously. We really don’t have a clear itinerary while traveling. Places indicated are also according to their proximity to each other.* 🙂

ILOCOS NORTE

Day 1

Fort Ilocandia Façade - Ilocos Norte

Fort Ilocandia Façade

Tourist Spot

Municipality / City

Travel Time

Fort Ilocandia Laoag City
Malacañang of the North Paoay 20-30 minutes from Fort Ilocandia
Iglesia de San Agustin de Paoay Paoay 10-15 minutes from Malacañang of the North
Nana Rosa’s Chichacorn Paoay 10 minutes from Paoay Church
Lunch at Riverside Empanadahan Batac City 30 minutes from Nana Rosa’s Chichacorn
Ferdinand Marcos Presidential Center / Mausoleum Batac City 5 minute-walk from Empanadahan
La Paz Sand Dunes Laoag City 45 minutes from Batac City
Ilocos Norte Capitol Laoag City 30 minutes from La Paz Sand Dunes
Tobacco Monopoly Monument Laoag City Just across the Ilocos Norte Capitol

 

Day 2

Madongan Dam with friends - Ilocos Norte

Madongan Dam (with friends!)

Tourist Spot

Municipality / City

Travel Time

Madongan Dam Dingras 1 hour 30 minutes – 2 hours from Laoag City
Laoag Public Market Laoag City
Robinsons Ilocos Norte San Nicolas 10 minutes from Laoag via tricycle / jeep
Dinner at Hap Chan (SM Savemore) Laoag City 10 minutes from Robinsons Ilocos Norte
St. William’s Cathedral and Sinking Belltower Laoag City Just beside SM Savemore

 

Day 3

Tourist Spot

Municipality / City

Travel Time

Blue Lagoon / Hannah’s Beach Resort Pagudpud 2 hours from Laoag City
Patapat Viaduct Pagudpud 15 minutes from Blue Lagoon
Bangui Windmills Bangui 30 minutes from Patapat Viaduct
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation Burgos 30 minutes from Bangui Windmills
Cape Bojeador Lighthouse Burgos 20 minutes from Kapurpurawan Rock Formation

 

Side Trips

Museo Ilocos Norte

Museo Ilocos Norte

Laoag
Museo Ilocos Norte (P 50 entrance)
Sarrat
Edralin-Marcos Ancestral House / Museum
Sarrat Presidencia
Sta. Monica Church
Casa del Palacio Real (convent beside Church)

Sarrat Centro

(Rizal Monument, Marcos Monument, Fabian Ver House / Villa Ver, Scout Albano Monument, Rit-ritemon Cayong Monument, Vistuario de Sarrat)

Burgos
Dragon Fruit Farm
Pagudpud
Saud Beach
Dos Hermanos Islands
Bantay Abot Cave
Kabigan Falls

Restaurants

La Preciosa Restaurant

Saramsam Ylocano Restaurant and Bar

(Bagnet, Pinakbet, Puki-puki, etc.)

Herencia Garden Restaurant
Balay de Blas

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ILOCOS SUR

Day 4

Tourist Spot

Municipality / City

Travel Time

Calle Crisologo Vigan City
Café Leona Along Calle Crisologo
Plaza Burgos 10 minutes stroll from Calle Crisologo
St. Paul’s Metropolitan Cathedral Beside Plaza Burgos
Plaza Salcedo Across St. Paul’s Cathedral
Dancing Fountain Park (Plaza Salcedo)
Elpidio Quirino Monument (Plaza Salcedo)
Ilocos Sur Capitol Across Plaza Salcedo
Crisologo Museum 10 minutes from the Capitol via tricycle
Pagburnayan 20 minute-walk from Crisologo Museum
Snack at Rhyss and Robin’s Restaurant Along Calle Crisologo
BarTech Along Calle Crisologo

 

Tourist Spot Municipality / City Travel Time

Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Caridad

(Bantay Church)

Municipality of Bantay 15 minutes from Vigan via tricycle
Bantay Belltower Across Bantay Church

Restaurants

Uno Grill
Tessie’s Restaurant
CTL Resto Grill (Pantay Daya)
Leila’s Café (General Luna St., Brgy. 5)
Kusina Felicitas (Bonifacio St., Quirino Boulevard)
Abuelita’s (Gov. A. Reyes St., cor. Mabini)
Kuboville (Salcedo St., Brgy. 3)
Los Majitos (Gen. Luna St., cor. V. Delos Reyes)
Hidden Garden Lilong and Lilang (Bgry. Bulala)
Bistro Amarillo

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Soon on the blog:

ILOCOS NORTE

Badoc
Juan Luna House
Virgen de Milagrosa Church
Luna Shrine / Park
San Nicolas
San Nicolas Town Plaza / Town Hall
St. Nicholas Church
Pottery Making (Barangay 8 – “Alfareira”)
Buabo-buabo
NWU Eco-Park and Botanical Garden
Pagudpud
Kabigan Falls
Burgos
Ka-angrian Falls / Tanap-aris Falls
Dingras
Dingras Church
Josefa Llanes Escoda Monument / House
Balay ti Dingras

Adams (from Pagudpud)

Adams Hanging Bridge
Anuplig Falls
Aki Falls
Bolo River
Bugnay, Tapuey, Basi Wine Tasting
Back Weaving

ILOCOS SUR

Vigan
Quema House
Philippine National Museum – Vigan
Baluarte

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*We stayed at our friend’s house in Laoag so breakfast was provided and we were escorted by their private car, too, so we traveled to these tourist spots with ease. Public transportation, though, is easily accessible to and from the visited tourist spots. I’ll update this post soon and experience the province via public transportation!*

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Expenses

ILOCOS NORTE

Day 1

*(Jeep: Laoag – Paoay)
Malacañang of the North, Entrance Fee 30.00

Snack (outside Malacañang of the North)

20.00
Nana Rosa’s Chichacorn (45-small; 90-big) 90.00
*(Tricycle / Jeep: Paoay – Batac)
Riverside Empanadahan 55.00

Ferdinand Marcos Presidential Center / Mausoleum, Entrance Fee (50-regular, 30-student)

50.00
*(Jeep: Batac – Laoag)
*(Tricycle / Jeep: Laoag – La Paz Sand Dunes)
La Paz Sand Dunes (2500 per group / 4 (100 subsidized)) 600.00
*(Tricycle / Jeep: La Paz Sand Dunes – Laoag)
Tricycle Ride (Laoag Centro – Lodging House) 11.00
SUB-TOTAL 856.00

Day 2

*(Jeep: Laoag – Dingras (arkila/arrangement))
Madongan Dam, Entrance Fee

(10-7 y/o above; free-PWD and below 7 y/o)

10.00
Parking Fee 10.00
Cottage Fee

(300-500-back portion; 500-700-front portion; overnight-TBD)

*NO OFFICIAL RECEIPTS ISSUED*

200.00
*(Jeep: Dingras – Laoag (arkila/arrangement))
Tricycle Ride (Lodging House – Laoag Centro) 11.00
Snacks, Laoag Empanadahan / Baratilyo 100.00
Tricycle Ride (Laoag Centro – Robinsons Ilocos Norte) 20.00

Tricycle Ride (Robinsons Ilocos Norte – Laoag Centro)

20.00
Dinner, Hap Chan (SM Savemore) 155.00

Tricycle Ride (St. William’s Cathedral – Lodging House)

11.00
SUB-TOTAL 537.00

Day 3

*(Bus: Laoag – Pagudpud)
Blue Lagoon

Cottage, rent (1000-2000/cottage, depends)

125.00 (contribution)
*(Tricycle: Blue Lagoon – Patapat Viaduct)
*(Bus: Patapat Viaduct – Bangui)
*(Tricycle: Bangui Windmills – Kapurpurawan Rock Formation)
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation, Entrance Fee (15-Regular; 10-Student)

Horseback Riding: 100, 1 round around the vicinity

10.00
*(Tricycle: Kapurpurawan – Cape Bojeador Lighthouse)
Tricycle: Lighthouse to Entrance (10 each) 10.00
SUB-TOTAL 145.00

Day 4

Bus: Partas (Laoag – Vigan) 165.00
Tricycle: Partas Bus Terminal – Calle Crisologo (10 each) 10.00
Lunch: Café Leona 165.00
Tricycle: Plaza Salcedo – Bantay Belltower 10.00
Donation: Belltower entrance (any amount) 10.00
Food (Church Grounds) 100.00
Souvenir: Mini Kalesa 130.00
Tricycle: Bantay Church – Crisologo Museum (10 each) 10.00
Calesa (around Vigan-150; around Calle Crisologo-50) 50.00
Snack: Rhyss and Robin’s To-Go Restaurant 130.00
Drink: BarTech 60.00
Souvenirs, Food (Calle Crisologo) 700.00
Bus: Partas (Vigan – Baguio) 253.00
SUB-TOTAL 1793.00
GRAND TOTAL 3331.00

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*Note that expenses incurred are based on what we really spent. This is just a sample, not necessarily to be followed. You will be the one who will make your own itinerary anyway.*

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READ MORE:

Know the must-see tourist spots in Ilocos Norte

Explore the tourist spots in Ilocos Sur

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41 thoughts on “Ilocos Provinces: Your next premier tourist destination

  1. Princess says:

    Had a blog entry of Ilocos too. You may want to check out. Anyway, love go there again. Hopefully soon. Ilocos is suh a historical place. ☺

    1. Wow! Will check it out! Thank you po! What’s the link to your blog post, ate Princess? 🙂

    2. I once visited Vigan before. It was years ago, I already forgot when. It was my father’s birthday and he took our family in a road trip and we stayed in Vigan. We stayed in this old house that was turned into a hotel. I can’t remember what was the name of the hotel. All I know is that it’s near the church and the plaza, I guess. Anyway, we stayed there for a few days before we finally headed back home and back to our mundane lives. All in all, it was a fun experience for all of us, nonetheless.

  2. Suzanne says:

    Wow! I would love to visit this place when I go back to Pinas. One of my cousin and his gf posted there trip Ilocos..it looks gorgeous there.

    1. Come back soon, ate Suzanne! Lezgo! 🙂

  3. This is sooo informative! It’s like everything’s in here already. I love it! I’ve been to both parts of Ilocos but it was all under 24 hours so I wasn’t able to do much. I’ll definitely save this for the next trip! 🙂

    1. Thank you po, ate Joser! Well, an excursion would really be not enough to visit all the places in Ilocos! Let’s go back! Tara! 🙂

  4. Yrwin Denzel says:

    I have yet to visit Ilocos Norte! I have only been to La Union so far! I like Ilocano food having had relatives who came from Vigan! Your profile is so detailed, it is the perfect guide on where to go and what to do! I will refer to this if ever I need guidance when I plan to visit there! Thank you!

    1. Thank you po, Yrwin! You can also contact me through the “Contact Turista Boy” Tab on the Left uppermost part of the page if ever you’ll be going! Will be going to Currimao naman next week! (June 15-17, 2016)! Feel free to contact me and i’ll answer your queries as best as I can. Hehehe 🙂

  5. Niks Mendoza says:

    very helpful for when i visit ilocos. ive always wanted to go and see the windmills. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

    1. Yup! It’s really nice there, Niks! And there are many windmills, too, scattered in the municipalities of Burgos and Pagudpud as well. 🙂 But nothing beats the picturesque view of the Bangui windmills! (Although waves could be a bit high during the rainy season!) 🙂

  6. Niks Mendoza says:

    very helpful for when i visit ilocos. ive always wanted to go and see the windmill and act all vintage in vigan. hahahha Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  7. I’m planning to got ti Ilocos now! 🙂

    1. Tara! I’ll be going to Pangil Beach Resort in Currimao next week! (June 15-17) Hope to see you there (and I hope that you found this guide useful, too!) Hehehe 🙂

  8. Emem says:

    Been to Ilocos two succeeding years for John’s birthday. We’d usually stay in Pagudpud trying to catch some waves, and would “try” to tour when it’s flat. LOL. I feel a little bad cause we weren’t able to do a lot of touristy stuff, and would love to visit again soon! Thanks for this entry, will keep this handy for reference when we visit Ilocos again! 🙂

    1. Thank you, Emem! Yup, waves in Pagudpud could be a little rough at times (talk about seaweeds strung ashore, too! Masakit sa legs!) Anyways, it would be nice if you visit Ilocos sooner! Hope to hear from you soon! 🙂

  9. Mike says:

    I haven’t been wanting to visit Ilocos but now I think I have too! HAHA This post is really detailed. More travels!

    1. Thank you, Mike! Hope to be with you in your next travels, too! 🙂

  10. Wow! This is indeed a very detailed blog. People wont ask question about what to do, where to go , what to ride! very useful! Yay!

    1. Thank you for finding my blog post useful! Cheers to more travels, ate Jian! 🙂

  11. Thanks for this detailed post. Will be very helpful specially for those who suck at budgeting like me.

    1. Thank you, kuya Jeffrey! Nah! You’ll get over that budgeting shenanigans, too! Mahirap talaga sa umpisa! 🙂 Happy travels!

  12. Zwitsy says:

    Ilocos Sur is my dream place. I have read a lot of articles on how to get there but as for me, the best option that I can possibly take is via airplane. I am very time conscious and for me, every second counts. Thus, if ever I’ll be going there, I should be booking things in advance and that I should also have enough funds to be able to do that. But thanks for sharing your experience and how to get there. this is helpful for those who really want to go to the place.

    1. Yup! There are available flights from MNL-LAO! Then take a bus ride from LAO-VGN! Ilocos Sur is rich in history! Having an excursion there wouldn’t really suffice the trip! A week or two will do! Thank you po! 🙂

  13. Lea says:

    If I remember correctly, I was also at Ilocos the same time you went. Ang ineeet. Hahaha! But the place will always have a special place in my heart. Cheers to more travels, Chiki! 🙂

    1. Yup! Hahaha! We went there during the Holy Week! (Lots of people everywhere!) And Ilocos will always be love! Hahaha! Sana we’ll travel together with 5Space peeps soon, too! <3

  14. I haven’t been in this part of the country! So kind of you to put up a very helpful piece. Now I have concrete images of what to look forward to! Thanks, Chiki!

    1. You’re welcome po, ate Trisha! Hope you could visit the provinces soon, too! Happy travels po! <3

  15. Relyn says:

    Ok, after reading your post. I need to visit Ilocos ASAP! #Wanderlust all the way 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    1. Yup! You should, mother Rel! There are still many destinations to go to there! Let’s go! <3

  16. Marge Gavan says:

    Without a question, Ilocos is one of the best provinces to visit in the Philippines. It has so much to offer, so many places to see, plus the food is good. I love Pagudpud and Vigan in particular.

    1. Yup yup yup! Those places are really “eyegasmic!” Pagudpud and Vigan never fails to deliver! Have you tried Pinakbet Pizza? 🙂

  17. I loveI Ilocos! It’s one of my go-to destinations for out of town trips! My favorute destinations here are the beautiful Paoay Church and the exhilirating Sand Dunes!!!! OMG I want to go back! (I was just there last year hehe)

    airinaapril.blogspot.com

    1. Paoay Church never loses its beauty! Hope you could go back soon! <3 See you around, ate!

  18. Darlene says:

    Ilocos will always be special for me! It’s my dad’s province and that’s where I traveled with someone really special. Ilocos has lots to offer tourists from beaches to sand dunes and historical places as well as food among others.

    1. Wow! Nice to know about that! It’s my home province, too! 🙂 There are still lots of “hidden” and less-known tourist spots there and waiting to be discovered! 🙂

  19. Ferna says:

    I visited Ilocos year 2009. But wasn’t able to see all of these. Now I’m thinking of visiting the place again as there are more interesting places to see. Great guide

    1. Thank you, ate Ferna! Yes! There are still lots of tourist spots ready to be discovered in Ilocos! 🙂

  20. Odyssa says:

    Ilocos IS far! But definitely worth the trip. Thanks for this super detailed travel guide!! 🙂

  21. Thet Gueco says:

    Omg. Can’t thank you enough because your post is so detailed. Wow, you made our future travel hassle-free!!

  22. Ilocos Sur, was created in 1864 with Lepanto as a sub-province to Ilocos Sur, and remained as such until March, 1971 when the passage of Act made it again a separate province.

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