An exhilirating experience crossing the Abra River, in between the old Banaong Bridge (also called the Quirino Bridge) and the new Banaoang Bridge that links Santa, Ilocos Sur to Bantay, Ilocos Sur. A must-try for all those who are planning to visit Vigan, you should definitely add this into your itinerary!
The fully operational Zip-line, measuring well over 500 meters, is the longest of its kind in Northern Luzon. It stretches from the top of the majestic Bantay Abot all the way down to the Bay Boulevard along the coastline of Narvacan. It provides a breathtaking view of the great plains beneath the mountain range as well as the South China Sea. The Zip-line will have a travel time of approximately 47 seconds from end to end at a speed of 40 kilometers per hour.
Construction of the Via Ferrata, a walkway to be built along the stone walls of Bantay Abot, is now ongoing. This project which is already in progress aims to be the first in Ilocandia, aside from being the highest and steepest tourist attraction ever made in Region I, at a height of 55 meters above sea level. The Via Ferrata has a distance of 900 meters from the Zip-line tower to the rappelling station.
An up-and-coming attraction of the Narvacan Tourism Complex is the soon to be completed Container Van Facilities. The Container Van Facilities will be used to accommodate different functions such as weddings, birthdays, conferences, meetings, film and TV shootings. The container vans will have a restaurant and bar, roof deck, orientation/conference room and locker rooms. The facility has an ample parking space that can accommodate around 100 cars, with a separate parking area for tourist buses and small vehicles. It will also have an area for outdoor activities such as picnic and camping.