Province of Pangasinan Things to Do

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Province of Pangasinan Things to Do

  • Island hopping - Lucap,...

    People who comes here for a short visit has one thing in mind 'Island Hopping" and this is where the action begins at a small Barrio called Lucap which is part of the Lingayen Gulf in the South China Sea. It is in the same Gulf where the US Forces under Gen Douglas MacArthur made its famous landing to recapture the Philippines from the Japanese...

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  • Church hopping, anyone?

    Having been under the colony of Spain for more than 500 years, the Philippines practically have at least one church in every town and city. Some have lasted for centuries while some were literally rebuilt from rubbles and ashes when they were destroyed during the World War. Marvel at the architecture and learn the story behind each of these...

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  • Wait for the sunset and shoot

    Since the coastal provinces of Pangasinan is situated on the western side of Luzon, you can take spectacular shots as the sun sets on the horizon. Be it an SLR or an ordinary point and shoot, you can never go wrong...

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  • Enjoy the beaches in Pangasinan

    Take your pick. Bolinao, Anda, San Fabian, Dagupan, Lingayen... There are lots of beaches in Pangasinan being a coastal province. Although sands are not white as that of Boracay or Puerto Galera, you'd enjoy the fine sand of the beaches. The downward slope towards the sea is very gradual and you'll find yourself far from the shore with the water...

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  • That's a lot of islands to hop

    One of the most famous tourist destination in Pangasinan is the Hundred Islands National Park located in Lucap, Alaminos, Pangasinan. After it was placed under the auspices of the Department of Tourism, the rates for going to the islands has standardized. No longer would you need to haggle for banca prices nor would you have to find someone to...

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  • Shop for Veggies and Fruits at Villasis...

    On the town of Villasis Pangasinan, right on the highway, you will find the Villasis Bagsakan. If you are looking for fresh vegetables at good prices, this would be a place to buy it. I find the fruits too costly though as some are not native to Pangasinan. If you do what to sample the different fruits in the Philippines for a particular season,...

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  • Visit the Shrine of our Lady of Manaoag

    A lot of pilgrims visit the Shrine of our Lady of Manaoag. Also known as the Nuestra Senora de Manaoag, it was believed to possess miraculous powers of healing. The Lady of Manaoag is the patroness of the sick, the helpless and the needy. Manaoag was coined from the word "tawag" which means to call or seek help. It was established in the year 1720.

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  • Hundred Islands

    The Hundred Islands in Alaminos City is one of the famous tourist destination in Pangasinan.There are 124 islands on low time and 123 at high tide.Here you can do water activities like snorkeling and kayaking.Make sure to visit every island accessible to tourist, and don't forget to hike at the Governor's Island to have a glimpse of the magnificent...

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  • cultural heritage, travel

    Read full article here: http://trackingtreasure.net/?p=691We started the tour right by asking for guidance and personal prayer at Senor Divino Tesoro Shrine. Many believed that the crucified statue of Jesus Christ grows in size and grant wishes. Then we headed to Calasiao Church, San Pedro y San Pablo de Calasiao. I was amazed because it was my...

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  • Day tour at Cabongaoan

    If you've been to Hundred Islands and Bolinao beaches, try the Caboangan beach in Burgos, Pangasinan for a more private "get away from it all". Located about 2 hours drive from Alaminos City.Pros and Cons though, but the bumpy ride, the rough road will lead you to a secluded, white sand, charming paradise. Caboangan beach has electricity. But if...

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  • Bolinao: Enchanted Cave

    Enchanted Cave is a coral cave located in a private property in Barangay Patar. It was opened to the public for cave tour and/or swimming at the 30-meter fresh-water underground pool known for its crystal clear torqouise water. The pool is said to have depths ranging from 3 ft to 6 ft. It is connected to an underground river.

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  • Aguilar: St. Joseph the Patriach Parish

    On the way to Bolinao, I couldn't help but notice the beautiful church in the small town of Aguilar. I just couldn't resist stopping over to take a quick shot.From the website of the Diocese of Alaminos, I learned that Aguilar, Pangasinan’s Church of San Jose (a.k.a. St. Joseph the Patriach Parish) "first started as a makeshift structure built by...

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  • Bolinao: Patar White Beach

    Patar White Beach is a public beach devoid of amenities of a private resort, but it remains a favorite of local and foreign tourists because you can do everything there: swim, snorkel or dive, picnic with family or friends, ride a banca, photo shoot, meditate on the shore, or simply stroll along the beach. The sand at Patar White Beach is very fine...

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  • Bolinao: Lighthouse/Cape Bolinao

    A must-see place in Bolinao is the Bolinao Lighthouse constructed by the Americans in 1905, standing at the western part of Cape Bolinao on a 300 ft (91 m) high promontory. Todate, the beacon still guides vessels passing by the area. The lighthouse is one of the five major lighthouses of the Philippines, said to be the second tallest, the first...

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  • Manaoag: Shrine of Our Lady Of The...

    Pilgrims and tourists flock to Manaoag, a small town of Pangasinan which is a favorite choice for visita iglesia during Lenten season. It is also a popular year-round pilgrimage site, as devotees believe in the numerous miracles granted by Our Lady of The Rosary of Manaoag, the Patroness of the sick, protectress of the helpless, and benefactress of...

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  • Alaminos: Hundred Islands National Park

    Off the coast of Lucap, Alaminos on the Lingayen Gulf are islands and islets often likened to giant turtles and collectively known as Hundred Islands. The count is actually more than a hundred, said to be 124 at low tide and 123 at high tide. They are scattered in the 1,844 hectares of nature and recreational park known as Hundred Islands National...

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  • Bolinao: Fortress Church of St. James...

    The Fortress Church of St. James The Great is a favorite venue for period-inspired weddings. However, it is presently undergoing renovations after suffering great damage with the passing of Super Typhoon Emong.

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  • Beach Time, Road Trip, Barrio Fiesta

    Well everytime we go to Binmaley Pangasinan since its very near the beach area I see to it that we always have time to go to the beach, with sometimes it will become very humid even when just staying in the house gardens so it is a wise choice to venture in the beach with the family. Well going to Barrio fiesta is fun too, you will have a chance to...

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  • SCUBA Diving

    I dived in Bolinao Pangasinan several times. There is only one Dive Center in the town i.e. Cape Bolinao Dive Center (tel. +63 75 554 2313) which is located along the main street (Don A. Celino St.)to the resort areas and can be easily located as it housed in a 3-storey Bldg in front of the Five Star Bus Terminal (Manila-Bolinao bus service). The...

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  • island hopping - fast forward style

    One can actually tour the islands in a matter of one hour or so. After registering at the Department of Tourism by the wharf, you will be asked what type of boat tour you want. The P800 boat, which carries up to 5 people, will take you to the three biggest islands - Governor's Island, Children's Island and Quezon Island. Each stopover lasts 15-20...

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  • Pilgrimage Site

    A visit to the Lady of Manaoag, Patronees for the sick, protectress of the helpless and benefactress of the needy.

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  • Our Lady of Manaoag Shrine

    The Shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag no different from any other pilgrimage site- packed parking areas all the time, huge crowds, a small shop for souvenirs and a bunch annoying walking vendors that sell local and processed food, scapulars, rosaries and so much more religious items.And it's a nice idea that the parking's at the back area of the...

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  • Manaoag Church

    Manaoag Church (Catholic Church) is a popular destination for pilgrims."A religious shrine with countless miraculous tales and healing powers located in Manaoag., Pangasinan, Philippines" (from http://www.dagupan.com/manaoag/)I expected to see an old church building, but this was surprisingly modern.

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  • Gef's Waterpark - Leisure Coast

    Has three water slides, kiddie wading pool, lazy river and main pool, and a wave pool. Only two of the 3 water slides are open at any one time, the wave pool is opend at 11AM for about an hour, then again at 2PM. Park is open only on Saturdays and Sundays.Entrance per person is P175.

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  • Healing Gardens of Geo Farm

    Learn all about organic farming, how a biogas digester turns all sorts of wastes into usable energy, dive into an organic pool, take the Geo farm level 1 challenge (fun sorta obstacle course/amazing race thingie), put on Spirulina mudpack, eat organic dishes. Heck--just go organic! =)

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  • Manaoag Church

    Manaoag Church is a favorite destination of religious pilgrims. The Lady of Manaoag is said to be miraculous and has interceded in curing sick and terminally-ill people. Outside the churchyard are stalls selling religious icons, candles, articles and healing oil. And of course, some local delicacies.

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  • Garden of Eden

    At the back of the church is a garden where the fifteen mysteries of the rosary is depicted through life size statues.

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