• Visit Vigan’s Calle Crisologo with its well-preserved ancestral homes
  • Watch local artisans keep the ancient crafts of abel weaving, damili (terracotta), and burnay (earthenware) alive
  • Find out how the genteel Filipinos lived at the Casa Gorordo Museum
  • Light joss sticks and have your fortune told at the Taoist temple
  • Spot amazing bird life at the Olango wildlife sanctuary
  • Sample the mouth-watering rice cake and other delicacies of San Jose in Vigan
  • Be fascinated by the antique churches of St. Paul and Sinait
  • Go off-roading on the sand dunes of La Paz while enjoying the spectacular vista of the South China Sea
  • Add St. William the Hermit to your list of saints after exploring the cathedral built in his honor in 1612
  • Catch one of the most breathtaking panoramic view of mountains and sea from Patapat Cliff
  • In Laoag, make sure you sample longganisa (local sausage), empanada (savory pies) and pinakbet (mixed vegetable in anchovy sauce)
  • Tee-off at the Fort Ilocandia Country Club, famous for its sprawling Gary Player-designed golf course
  • Visit the Museo Ilocos Norte, a unique heritage museum housed in a restored tobacco factory
Source: ItsMoreFuninthePhilippines