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Patapat Viaduct Ilocos Norte

Patapat Viaduct is an elevated concrete highway constructed along winding and rocky headlands near the northernmost roadway section in Ilocos Norte. This viaduct was constructed to solve the problem of landslides in the area which have caused so many vehicular accidents in the past. Footed on the rocky seashore just several meters from the mountain side it gives motorists a spectacular view of Pasaleng Bay.

The Patapat viaduct is about 16 kilometers from Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. From Pagudpud, simply head northeast towards Cagayan. This will take you through winding mountain roads that have lush vegetation on both sides and occasional views of the sea until you reach the patapat viaduct.

Caramoan Beach


Caramoan beach is a newly opened resort with idyllic white sand beachfront in one of the secluded cove of Caramoan. A perfect  place to relax,rejuvenate,and escape the hot and cramming city life. A place to be slow and go back again to the outdoor.. Sleep by the  beach under the stars, enjoy the solititude of being alone with mother nature. Just you and your loved one. Simply a paradise! A place where nature is at its very best that can enhance more  love and romance and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Caramoan is a 4th class municipality still within Luzon located at the south east tip of Camarines Sur facing the Pacific Ocean.

One way to get here is through Naga City, Camarines Sur. From Manila, fly for an hour or take the 8 hour bus trip. From Naga, get on a commuter van or jeep to Sabang. This is around an hour land travel. You will find outrigger boats in Sabang that will take you on a 2 hour trip to Guijalo Port. With the absence of paved roads from Naga to Caramoan, taking the boat is the better option.

From Guijalo port is a 20 minute jeepney ride to Centro, the center of this town were one finds the church, market, eateries, shops, the hospital and the local municipal office within a two kilometer road.

Sabitang Laya, Tayak, Lahos and Matukad are the top island hopping destinations.

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