Escape to Pangasinan Beach

Escape to Pangasinan Beach

Are you looking for a place to escape, away from the hustle and bustle of city life? Yeah, aren’t you the lucky one! There is a jewel somewhere north of Manila that offers shelter for people who seek quiet solitude. And that place is none other than Pangasinan.

Pangasinan is a beautiful coastal and coastal village province. Located 250 kilometers (or 5-6 hours drive) north of the busy capital of the Philippines, this place is the perfect picture for a weekend getaway because it provides a refreshing break from the madness of city life. Although it is mainly known for its most famous tourist attraction, the Hundred Islands National Park, Pangasinan has more surprises to offer. And the beaches in this coastal city are a few surprises. Indeed, they have never failed to amaze local and foreign tourists. Among the charming beaches in the province are as follows:

Abrak Beach.

Just a few minutes drive from the city of Bolinao, Abrak is a beautiful and secluded beach that offers affordable rental beach huts (at a price of 500 PhP) for those on a limited budget. For visitors who want to spend a day or two playing around on the beach, there are also several resorts available in the area.

Arnedo Beach.

Also located in the city of Bolinao, Arnedo Beach is a must for surfers who are looking for surfing facilities at a reasonable cost. For those who want to relax, there are also several resorts around the place. One of the popular ones is Rock Garden Resort.

Colibra Island.

Also known as Pulau Ular, this island beach in Dasol offers a beautiful coastline with clear waters that is perfect for recreational activities such as diving and snorkeling. However, prepare yourself to get a flat chocolate, because this island does …

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Explore the Heart of India With Delhi Tours

Explore the Heart of India With Delhi Tours

Delhi, the capital of India is a cultural and religious pastiche. Delhi is one of the oldest cities in India. Have seen many dynasties and rulers. Each of them has given this city its own unique hue. Delhi is a metropolitan city where people from various religious and cultural backgrounds live together in harmony. Delhi is a mixture of old and new. The Old Delhi culture is famous for still retaining the old world charm of Moguls. The new and modern Delhi has been influenced by globalization and like any urban city.

A rich history

Delhi has a rich history that is very well reflected in the monuments and fortifications that are around Delhi. The Red Fort is one of the most popular Mogul buildings in Delhi. It was built of red sandstone and is a symbol of grand Mogul architecture. The Jama Masjid in Old Delhi is one of the largest mosques in India. Located in the heart of Old Delhi surrounded by residential and market areas. The Lotus Temple is famous as a religious site where people from all religions come and meditate. Qutub Minar is a very famous tourist place in Delhi. The most interesting part of it is Ashoka’s stambh. Birla Mandir, India Gate, Tughlaqabad Fort, Dargah Nizamuddin Aulia, Hauz Khas Fort are some of the famous tourist attractions in Delhi.

Delhi is not just about monuments and historic structures

Once in Delhi, you can enjoy many cultural events that take place throughout the city. The Qutub Festival is one of the famous cultural events where people can enjoy lots of music and dance. The annual “Fool Walo Ki Sair” is another cultural event. The famous “Urs” festival is an annual event where people from all over the country visit Nizamuddin Dargah and seek blessings from …

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