There are intriguing and enigmatic tourist spots in Ilocos. With Currimao being the center point, Playa is the ideal rendezvous for our guests who want to experience and discover Ilocos. To our north we have the town of Batac, the home of President Marcos and the famous Ilocos Empanada. In the town of Paoay we have the legendary Paoay Lake and the UNESCO World Heritage site, Paoay Church. And for the adventurous, take a 4x4 jeep ride and sand boarding in the Paoay Sand Dunes.


Further north is Laoag, the capital city of Ilocos Norte and the political, commercial and industrial hub. People who would keep on going up north would find themselves heading towards Pagudpud. Before they reach the white sand beaches of Pagudpod they will have to stop in Burgos to see the Cape Bojeador Lighthouse and walk up to the Kapurpurawan White Rock Formation. Pass by Bangui to witness the majestic Bangui Windmills.


South of Playa Tropical is the city of Vigan where time stood still. Another UNESCO World Heritage site, there are kalesas (horse driven carriages) that roam the streets of the Vigan Heritage Village. Here you find the best preserved colonial town in Asia. Before you reach Vigan, a quick stop at the Juan Luna Shrine will allow you to take a look at the works of a Filipino world renown painter. Our guests will enjoy wandering the streets and towns of Ilocos in a van. They will be accompanied by our driver / guide. For your convenience, you may book your tour online.