La Union is well known for its beaches where surfing has been one of its main reason for tourist influx. It’s not called Surfing Capital of the North for nothing. Unfortunately, I have yet to explore the entire province nor ride a single wave for my visit was short-lived and event-related. However, I was able to check out a few places within the city and get a taste of what this place has to offer.
Given a chance, I would definitely go back here to explore all the other heritage and natural sites that lie within its 19 municipalities. Who knows, maybe I’ll be brave enough to face the waves headstrong!
HOW TO GET TO LA UNION
From Manila, the most reliable way to get the is by bus via Partas Bus located at 816 Aurora Boulevard corner P. Bernardo St., Cubao 1109 Quezon City. Travel time is around 5 to 6 hours and tickets will usually cost you less than P500.
WHAT TO SEE IN LA UNION
People usually visit La Union for the waves, but did you know that there are other interesting places to check out? From natural sceneries to historical and cultural encounters, the province is filled to the brim with so many underrated sites that people need to know about. Hopefully, I could go back to actually experience them.
WHERE TO STAY IN LA UNION
Picking a place to stay for a vacation is as important as the vacation itself. Whether you pick a budget-friendly inn or a resort that prioritizes comfort and relaxation, picking the right one that would fit your itinerary is. Getting free accommodations at a high end resort is awesome, but I wanna come back to see other budget to mid-range possibilities there.
WHERE TO EAT IN LA UNION
A trip is never complete without trying the local delicacy of a particular place.
WHAT ELSE TO SEE AND DO IN LA UNION
When I return to La Union, I’ll make sure to visit the following places: