Top Adsense

DISCOVER PANGASINAN! Tourist Spots Travel Destinations Attractions- It's More Fun in the Philippines

DISCOVER PANGASINAN Featured tourist spots and destinations: St. Vincent Ferrer Statue Bayambang, Hundred Islands National Park Alaminos City, Cabongan Beach Burgos, Panacalan Sandbar Anda, Bangrim Marine Protected Area Bani, Balungao Hilltop Adventure, Sky Plaza Natividad, Colibra Island Dasol, Cape Bolinao Light House, Agno Umbrella Rocks, Maranum Falls Natividad, Depth Pool Agno, Lingayen ATV Adventure, Pangasinan Provincial Capitol Lingayen, Dawel River Cruise Dagupan City, Balingasay River Cruise Bolinao, Dasol Salt Farm, Ciudad Elmina Finshing Village, St. Peter Paul Parish Calasio, Senor Divino Tesoro Shrine Calasiao, St. James The Great Parish Bolinao, Our Lady of Manaoag Church. Explore the scenic province of Pangasinan, home of the famous Hundred Islands, and get a taste of its local culture and cuisine. Pangasinan boasts of stretches of white, sandy beaches, verdant hills, scenic terrains, caves, waterfalls, ancient Hispanic churches, miraculous destinations for devotees, a vast coastline for fishing, water sports or leisurely walking along the Lingayen beach where one can get a glimpse of the world-famous Philippine sunset.

The province got its name from “asin” (salt). The early settlers of the place were known for making salt. Hence, the name “Panag-asinan” or the place where salt is made. Over the years, the name evolved into Pangasinan.

Check it out and plan your itinerary for your next adventure in Pangasinan!


#FindtheONEinRegion1

#DiscoverPangasinan

#SafeTravels

#WeRecoverAsOne

#ItsMoreFuninthePhilippines


Pangasinan is a destination for tourists who wish to explore islands and beaches, waterfalls, and feast on tasty local cuisine - all just 3-4 hours of drive from Manila. Pangasinan translates to “place of salt” as it is a major producer of salt. In fact, two of their main products are bagoong (shrimp paste) and alamang (krill) that give additional flavor to dishes. Add Pangasinan to your bucket list if you're looking for a quick escape from the city.


See and Do

Pangasinan is famous for its Hundred Islands National Park, an island-hopping destination where you can go swimming, snorkeling, camping, cliff jumping and more. A must-visit as well are the white sand beaches and majestical waterfalls of Bolinao. Regarded as the Bangus (milkfish) Capital of the World, you shouldn't miss out on Pangasinan's Bangus Festival held annually in Dagupan City where locals dance on the streets in vibrant costumes and tourists can feast on bangus dishes. Aside from their bagoong products, Pangasinan is also known for their traditional Filipino rice cake called Puto Calasio that you should buy bags of as pasalubong (food souvenir) for friends and family back home.


Where to Stay

Pangasinan has beach resorts and hotels with prices ranging from budget to luxury.


Pangasinan (Pangasinan: Luyag na Panggasinan, [paŋɡasiˈnan]; Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Pangasinan) is a province in the Philippines located in the Ilocos Region of Luzon. Its capital is Lingayen. Pangasinan is on the western area of the island of Luzon along the Lingayen Gulf and West Philippine Sea. It has a total land area of 5,451.01 square kilometres (2,104.65 sq mi). According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 2,956,726 people.  The official number of registered voters in Pangasinan is 1,651,814.[4] The western portion of the province is part of the homeland of the Sambal people, while the central and eastern portions are the homeland of the Pangasinan people. Due to ethnic migration, Ilocano people have settled in some areas of the province (ex.Rosales, Balungao, Villasis, Urdaneta City).


Pangasinan Tourism / Pangasinan Tourist Attractions:

Recommended Places: Hundred Islands National Park is considered as one of the favorite tourist destinations in the north. The province’s extensive coastline embracing fourteen coastal towns and cities provides endless choices for water activities. West coast towns – Agno, Alaminos City, Anda, Bani, Bolinao, Burgos, Dasol, and Infanta; Lingayen Gulf Coast – Binmaley, Dagupan City, Labrador, Lingayen, San Fabian, and Sual; Islands in Alaminos City, Bolinao, Dasol, Infanta, and Sual.


Best Tourist Spots in Bolinao Pangasinan | Wonderful Cave & Bolinao Lighthouse Pangasinan Tour 2022


Video Description:

Backpacking Bolinao, Pangasinan Philippines. Famous tourist spots and travel destinations in your Bolinao Tour. Situated in Pangasinan, Bolinao is a popular weekend destination because of its accessibility from Manila and nearby cities in the north. Other than its location, Bolinao attracts visitors because of its golden-colored shores, waterfalls, old churches, and natural attractions. This 1st class municipality has a long history that dates back to the 1570s. If you’re traveling north and making a stop here, these are some of the things you can do and places to check out during your visit. A side trip at the old and historical Bolinao Church - the Saint James the Great Parish Church. The Spanish colonial St. James the Great Parish Church dates from the 1600s. Experience a breathtaking sunrise at El Pescador Resort Hotel, and discover refreshing swim (spelunking) inside Wonderful Cave. Bolinao is a town on the west coast of Luzon Island, in the northern Philippines. Let’s explore the best things to do in Bolinao. 

0:00 Intro/Highlights
0:54 St. James the Great Parish Church 
2:14 El Pescador 
4:10 Cape Bolinao Lighthouse
8:08 Wonderful Cave
26:43 Up Next

For Pangasinan Travel Requirements,

During our tour, we were asked to present our vaccination card (fully vaccinated) and valid ID.

Tourist Spots We Visited in Pangasinan:
1ST DAY
1. Saint James Parish Church
2. Cape Bolinao Lighthouse
3. Wonderful Cave
4. Bolinao Falls 2
5. Patar White Beach 
2ND DAY
6. Hundred Islands

Activities To Do in Pangasinan:
1. Swimming
2. Cave Tour
3. Island Hopping
4. Snorkeling
5. Cliff Jumping
6. Waterfalls Tour


Follow our page on Facebook for more travel info/guidelines!

Thank you for the support! 


Explore Bolinao Pangasinan | Falls 2 & Patar White Sand Beach Tour 2022 [Travel & Tourism Vlog]


Video Description:

Backpacking Bolinao, Pangasinan Philippines. Famous tourist spots and travel destinations in your Bolinao Tour - featuring Bolinao Falls, La Taverna De Orlanda Beach Resort room tour, and Patar White Beach. 



ALSO EXPLORE 

Ilocos Sur Best Tourist Spots - Natural Beauty, Food, Culture and History DISCOVER ILOCOS SUR! 
This video will show you the best tourist spots in Ilocos Sur, highlighting each of them in a video - Featuring Calle Crisologo Vigan, Nuestra Senora Dela Asuncion Church Sta. Maria, Quirino Bridge, Plaza Salcedo Dancing Fountain, Bago Resort Salcedo, Caniaw Heritage and Forest Park, Pinsal Falls Sta. Maria, Exploring R-Caves Cabugao, Baluarte Resort and Mini Zoo, Pinakbet Farm Caoayan, St. Augustine Parish Church Bantay, Santiago Cove, St. Paul Metropolitan Cathedral Vigan, Ilocos Sur Provincial Capitol.

 



Discover Ilocos Norte!
Explore the wonders of Ilocos Norte and arrange your itinerary to go to the places that interest you the most. This video will show you the best tourist spots in Ilocos Norte, highlighting each of them in a video: Patapat Viaduct, Bantay Abot Cave, Solsona - Apayao Road, LA Virgen Milagrosa de Badoc Church, Kabigan Falls Pagudpud, Kite Surfing Caparispisan Pagudpud, Paoay Sand Dunes Adventure, Bangui Windmills, Kapurpurawan Rock Formations Burgos, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse Burgos, Malacanang of the North, Paoay Church, Laoag Sinking Bell Tower, San Nicolas Pottery, Pasuquin Salt Farm, Inabel Loom Weaving, Adams, Inuwayan Wine Cellar, Juan Luna Shrine, Madongan Dam Dingras

 



DISCOVER LA UNION! 
Experience La Union as it brings you to the table the perfect mix of leisure, adventure, great eats, and cheap thrills. And because you get so much for a drive not too far away from the metro, it’s no wonder that La Union has become a top-of-mind destination for a well-deserved surf break, so dive back into the memories as we relive the La Union Surfing Break experience!

 

No comments:

Got Something to Say? Thoughts? Additional Information?

Powered by Blogger.