Friday, November 14, 2014


Visiting the Sand Dunes of Ilocos Norte will remain a dream for me. For the four times that I have visited Ilocos Norte, limited time has barred our group from visiting this site. Unfortunately, my travel buddies were either too tired that they wanted to go back to Laoag City for a rest or simply time was not enough to include this destination in our trip. The Sand Dunes of Ilocos Norte is just one of the two must-see destinations I missed to visit during my Ilocos trips.

Enjoying the sand dunes of Paoay picture courtesy by The Huffington Post

Though I have not visited this place, I included this in my post for a one-stop reading of my blog followers about the Ilocos Norte trip package. So that, they will know that this one is another must-see attraction of Ilocos Norte.

Sand boarding at the Sand Dunes courtesy by Owen Ballesteros

As a background, the Sand Dunes of Ilocos Norte stretches widely from the municipality of Currimao in the north and curves it’s way to La Paz in Laoag City then to Suba in Paoay and lastly in Pasuquin in the south.

The home of Ilocos Norte’s Sand Dunes in Paoay is located in Suba. Suba has the most extensive and unbroken stretch of coastal sand dunes compared to the other towns of Ilocos Norte. With an extensive stretch averaging to 800 meters wide, one will fell he is like in a real desert.

A land travel from Manila up to this point is a total of 13 hours. It is recommended that tourists will also try to catch sunset here. Reading from the testimonies of some bloggers, the Sand Dunes of Ilocos Norte offer the most beautiful sunset one may ever see in his whole life. Try it for yourself.

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