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Joined a friend's group and had an overnight stay at Roven's resort. Paid php500 for the cottage, php100 for the tent. The owners of the resort were very accomodating. There are no restaurants or karenderya around so make sure to buy something to eat before...More
Even if the beach was packed, people are not rowdy. The beach is considerably clean except for the seaweeds on the shore which I really do not mind. The sand is not so white but you'd really enjoy the feeling of just laying down and...More
Solitude is what Cabongaoan Beach offers. With its creamy white sand, the unique trees all over the place and the crystal clear blue ocean, you'll enjoy every minute of the day being in the place.
From Burgos Public Market, hire a tricycle (PHP 800-1000 -...More
Have been to some beaches full of people and I recommend people who wants a solitary place to go here. From Main Burgos town, it took us an hour to get to the location because of heavily constructed main road. There will be local tourist...More
I and my bestfriend went here last July 2016! It wasn't so crowded then so we really enjoyed the clean white beach. But we haven't experienced the 'death pool' since it was just popularized recently, it was a great experience though! The sand is so...More
Of course we all want to see this because we are all curious. It went viral on social media and boom! From fisherman huts to beach resorts now they are rehabilitating the roads and highways. No wonder this is going to become a tourist spot...More
Went here to witness the sunset and the Death Pool experience. Camping here is free but if you have a car, you have to pay 100 pesos for the parking fee. It gets too crowded during peak season and so you cant really enjoy a...More
Firstly Cabangaoan isn't located in the province of Ilocos Norte. It's on the west coast of Pangasinan, south of The Hundred Islands & Bolinao and north of Zambales.
Don't expect a three lane highway to get here though. It's remote and off the beaten track...More
First. Access road to Cabongaoan
This was the most ridiculous trip our friends have ever had. The long route going to Cabongaoan is okay, that's a given- cant complain about that. But the disappointment is on the poor road construction. Not even properly constructed at...More