Monday, April 13, 2009

RoadTrip 09: Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte

Attraction: Saud beaches, Kabiga Falls and Patapat Viaduct
Location: Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
Date: April 7, 2009

Saud Beaches
under construction...

Kabiga Falls

1.2km trek from the Kabiga sitio entrance. After 30-45 minute walk, passing through hectares of land fields and 3 rivers, reveals a 120 feet water falls protected by rainforest trees.

A refreshing way to enjoy mother earth. Absolutely worth the walk. Plus having a friendly, approachable, to-the-rescue tourist guide, Ate Maribel who runs off the river to save Joseph's Nike slipper... ;))


Green is IN... plus a narra tree, what else is missing?!



Before I miss, you need to pay Php15.00 entrance fee per head upon entrance at the gate and you can also ask for tourist guide whom you can pay at least Php100.00 after the trek.

Patapat Viaduct

Underneath the North Cordillera Mountain Range lays the 12-km winding bridge known as the Patapat Bridge, popularly known as the French Riviera of the North which is the only link from Ilocos to Cagayan.





From the Patapat bridge you can have a glimpse of the breathtaking panoramic view of the Pasaleng Bay.

Unconvinced?! Let the pictures do the talking...

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