Compared to other destinations in the Philippines, not a lot of tourists venture to the landlocked province of Abra. There’s still that air of mystery about this province, which hides many natural wonders, cultural gems and rich culture. Expect to do a lot of hiking to visit the remote spots.
- Capital: Bangued
- Top tourist spots: Abra River (one of the largest river systems in the country), Kaparakan Waterfalls (terraced waterfall that’s only visible during the rainy season), Apao Rolling Hills, Piwek Rock Formations and the Don Mariano Marcos Bridge (the third longest bridge in the country).
- Unique eats: Abra Miki Noodles
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