We stayed for three nights in UKL Ever Hotel, a small hotel which is near in the market and walking distance to some tourist spots. Since we had an evening flight, we just slept during our first night.
Second day is Laoag and Vigan Tour. We started our tour as early as 7:30AM; I rented a van for our tour to save time in commuting.
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1. Laoag Tour – we visited La Paz Sand Dunes, Fort Ilocandia Resort and Casino, Malacanang Ti Amianan, Marcos Mauseleum, Batac Photo Gallery, St Augustine Church (Paoay Church), and Juan Luna Shrine.
2. Vigan Tour – we went to Pagburnayan Jar Making, Crisologo Museum, Syquia Mansion, Vigan Loam Weaving, Baluarte, Bantay Church and Bell Tower and Calle Crisologo.
Third day is Laoag and Pagudpud Tour
3. Laoag-Pagupud Tour – we went to Sinking Bell Tower, Marcos Museum, Salt Making House, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, Kapurpurawan Rock Formation, Bangui Windmill, Patapat Viaduct, Agua Grande, Timmangtang Rock, Bantay Abot Cave, Dos Hermanos Island and Blue Lagoon.
On our fourth day, we visited the tourist spot near UKL Ever Hotel while waiting for our flight.
4. Walking Tour- St. William Cathedral, Tobacco Monopoly Monument and Provincial Capitol are all walking distance from the hotel while Museo Ilocos Norte is one tricycle away.
5. Food Trip in Laoag-Vigan-Pagudpud – we ate in Café Uno, Irene’s Vigan Empanada, BergBlick restaurant and La Preciosa.
6. Do not leave Ilocos without buying their famous pasalubong. - chichacorn, longganisa ilocos, bagnet, shirt, salt, garlic, onion, bangui windmill magnet, keychain and display.