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Friday, January 29, 2016

Sand Boarding on Suba Paoay Sand Dunes

Sandboarding! Finally, the awaited event before our day 2 tour ends. We consumed our afternoon time in Suba Paoay Sand Dunes doing 4x4 adventure and sandboarding.

ATV rides are also available but I recommend 4x4 ride because it is more adventure. Promise, you'll never forget your 4x4 experience here.

Photo taken after battling on the bumpy road

4x4 Adventure is more expensive than ATV but it offers longer ride and free unlimited sandboarding. We were 5 on the group and started by riding at the back of the 4x4 wheeler and enjoy the superb bumpy ride.

Sahara dssert..mehehe

Sands..sands..sands everywhere, it looks like a deserted in Middle East.

Photoshoot..sand and beach and 4x4 wheeler

Here is the base for sandboarding. Get ready to eat sand! I mean be prepared to get dirty nyahaha.. Unlimited sandboarding, you can do all you want, sitting, standing on board but of course with precaution.

Sandboarders all the way down

Remember, don't push yourself, if you can't do it, don't do it, this activity might cause you injury. as beginner, try the sitting position. 

Done 4x4 and we are about to do sandboarding

On our way back to main base

With my travel buddy

With my newly meet friends


Places to visit in Ilocos
Hidden Garden of Vigan City
Paoay Church, Bantay Church Bell Tower and Laoag Sinking Bell Tower
Burgos Museum, Marcos Museum, Crisiologo Museum, City Jail Art Museum and Juan Luna Shrine
Pagburnayan Jar Making
MalacaƱang of the North
The Heritage Village
Calle Crisologo
Patapat Bridge
Bantay Abot Cave
Bangui Windmills
Hannah's Beach Resort
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
Suba Paoay Sand Dunes

Tour Ylocos Travel Agency
Brgy. 1 unit 14 que Sagisi Building, Bacarra, Philippines
0919 326 3000
0932 881 2061

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