Naragsak nga isasangbay !Welcome to wonderful LA UNION !
This special page is my manifest desire to promote our country’s tourism and keep my kababayan informed, visually guided, and updated about our wonderful Province of LA UNION.
I’m sure you will be fascinated by its breath-taking natural wonders abound and various recreational facilities and FUNtastic attractions.
Delight yourselves in the exotic paradise of beauty, interest and adventure, and feel the pleasures of the people’s bayanihan spirit and hospitality.
Come along and experience the finest things the province could offer. Be captivated by its people distinctive qualities.
Discover and appreciate the works of creative local artists, their handicrafts and souvenir mementos.
Experience our rich cultural heritage. Learn more about our culture, traditions, and colorful history.
Dine and savor our tasty distinctive foods, innovative cuisine with a homemade touch, and accompanied with personable and attentive service.
Traveling taught me a few things; one of the most useful is that the best way to know more of our local kababayan is through its markets.
Visit its markets that serve the best in fresh fruits, organic vegetables and gourmet food items. Your shopping list will engorge with goodies to bring home.
Learn the best places to recreate, enjoy and cherish a truly fascinating experience, and much, much more. In short, here is Just the Best!
Here’s to a worthwhile provincial journey !
La Union Botanical Garden
La Union Centennial Tree
Falls & SpringsThe Province of La Union is blessed with majestic waterfalls because of the continued protection of mountain trees and natural habitats.
Tuddingan FallsAll year round, Tuddingan promises a fantastic view, showcasing clean and strong water. This towering beauty of about 70 feet has a man-made pool-like base which makes it more tempting to swimmers, especially for those who love to make daring dives by jumping from its perfectly formed multi-layered rock formation.
Balay Anito Falls
It means a house of Unseen Friends or Anitos. It has a great waterfall cascading to a very deep water called “ban-aw," about 20 meters deep. The sides are so steep, one has to cling to the exposed roots of trees along the precipice in order to get down.
Lon-oy SpringIt is located between Barangay Lon-oy and Barangay Bayabas of San Gabriel, La Union. With an area of approximately 10 hectares, it consists of numerous natural springs, three deep waterfalls and pristinely clear and invigoratingly cool waters.
Bakes Swimming PoolIt is located at Sitio Dercas of Barangay Lon-oy, this natural pool derives its water supply from Lon-oy Springs. The cool breeze in the area refreshes a weary and tired traveler and adventurer.
Bolikewkew Rice Terraces
Bambana Natural Cove FormationArosip Ecotrail
Province of LA UNION