Day 2 – Monday
After recharging our bodies, we went to Dragonfruit farm for our second day in Ilocos.
We then went to Kapurpurawan rock formation, too, where we had a blast taking pictures of the majestic tourist spot.
I’ve always wanted to see the Bangui windmill, so when we arrived, I ran towards the windmill and took a picture. Unfortunately, it was raining that time.
Our last stop for the day was Kabigan Falls. Although it was raining, we decided to take the 15-minute walk to see them.
Even More Ilocos Tour Travel Tips
– During your Ilocos tour, bring an umbrella. You will never know when it will rain!
– When at the Dragon Fruit farm, make sure to gry the sumptuous dragon fruit ice-cream. Your Ilocos tour won’t be complete otherwise!
– The Kapupurawan Rock Formation is a lengthy walk. If you get tired easily, though, there are horses that you can ride for PHP100.
– We were supposed to go to Pagudpud, as well. Unfortunately, it was already dark and raining by then.
Day 3 – Tuesday
The last day of our Ilocos trip was supposedly reserved for Sta. Monica Parish Church, the Ancestral House of former President Ferdinand Marcos and Marcos Museum in Batac. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to do so because the group we were with wanted to go Pagudpud. So that’s exactly what we did.
More Travel Tips
– We went to Pagudpud mere days before super typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines, so the water was really rough. If you don’t know how to swim, just stay along the shoreline.
– Make sure to add Pagudgud to your Ilocos tour!
With Ilocos’ natural beauty, rich history and delicious local delicacies, you and your buddies should definitely plan a trip to Ilocos soon. You will never run out of things to do, see or eat there. Our Ilocos trip was definitely memorable!
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