Abra in Pictures 2019

Photos of Abra, Philippines 2019

Abra Photos 2019 – Abra in Pictures

Abra is famous for its Kaparkan Falls. With over five thousand visitors this year it is one of the most popular waterfalls in the country. 
The Province has much more to offer visitors. There are opportunities waiting for any tourist that can find their way here with or without an organised tour.

I asked my readers to submit their favourite photo for this post to give an overview of what else is on offer in the Province of Abra. Obviously i cannot include everywhere but i hope that these Abra Photos will give you a taste of whats instore for you if and when you come.

Abra needs time. It is not to be rushed. There are so-called white van tours which speed you around the country taking in as many destinations as they can in a day or two. My advice for you is to slow down. Travel and Learn about each destination. Your trip will be more rewarding if you do.

The best way to see Abra is with Abramazing Tours. They offer bespoke tours to all of the Province (depending on weather and road conditions). Abramazing Tours also offers free advice and tips.

Visit their Tourism Office at the Pasalubong Centre by Tangadan Tunnel as you enter Abra.

Remember to clean all your trash and take it home with you. Keep Abra Clean. Be a responsible tourist.

Don Marianos Marcos Bridge

Name: Charmaine Sangil
Town: Angeles, Pampanga
Location: Along Abra-Kalinga Road, between Dolores and Tayum
    – It was 5:30 AM. I had to ask my friend who was driving to stop because my eyes could not believe what the bridge had to offer us — scenic views from the river and mountains. It was also my first time to see rolling clouds on the east side of this compelling red steel bridge.
Abra_Don Mariano Marcos Bridge

Ar-Arbis Falls, Pang-Ot, Lagayan

Name – Benedict Titan Salvacion
Town – Baclaran, Paranaguá City
Instagram – Benedict.Salvacion

We felt we stumbled upon a masterpiece painted by hands of God himself, but still my words are not enough to touch its beauty and mystery. This shot was taken at Ar-arbis Falls in Pang Ot Lagayan. It was truly the El Dorado of the North.


Bamboo Rafting at Ar-Arbis Falls, Pang-Ot, Lagayan, Photos of Abra 2019

​The Majestic Abra River

Photo taken at Cabuloan, Bangued, Abra overlooking the Municipalities of Langiden and Pidigan..

Ariz Pecban from Luba, Abra


Abra River Cabuloan, Bangued, Abra

Basakal Falls, Daguioman

Name: Angela Alcantara
Town: Dolores, Abra
Instagram – seniorita.alegna

Are you a nature lover and an adventurer like me?
Daguioman has a lot to offer. It is called the hidden paradise because of its cold weather, lush green rice paddies, sunsets in the evening, mountains to climb, clean rivers to swim in and falls to chase. Basakal Falls is one at Ableg, Daguioman, Abra.

Basakal Falls, Daguioman, Abra best photos of abra 2019

Salidummay, Brgy Pikek, Daguioman

​Name – Jerico Bermudez
Town – Bucay Abra
Instagram – Jerico Bermudez

“If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere, just like this pictures of Barangay Pikek, Daguioman, Abra let’s go Abreños!”


Brgy Pikek, Daguioman, Abra

​Ar-Arbis Falls, Pang-Ot, Lagayan

Name – Nyssa Kho
Town – Bangued
Instagram – Nysdiscoveries

That one hour trek under the scorching sun to Ar-arbis Falls in Pang Ot Lagayan was nothing compared to its majestic beauty. Seeing this rainbow up close gives a mesmerizing and surreal experience. It will truly take you to an enchanting world. A must see wonder.

Pangot, Ararbis Falls with rainbow, Lagayan, Abra Photos 2019

​Victoria Lights, Casamata Hill, Bangued

Name: Diana Marie Joy B. Dela Paz
Town: Banglolao, Bucay, Abra
Instagram – Yaniiiii

Imitation means flattery. The new attraction at Victoria Park, Bangued, Abra was inspired from the Urban Lights of Los Angeles. Abrenos who can’t go to Los Angeles can experience the ambiance of an illuminated area that brightens up someone’s gloomy day. Instead of selfies and groufies, ant’s eye view is a more creative way to show the beauty of this attraction. Sunset and late night pictures with all the lights on are also instagrammable!

Victoria Lights, Bangued, Photos of Abra 2019

​Dadamuen Viewdeck, Nagaparan, Danglas

Name – PaglaomDaily
Town – Albay, Bicol
Instagram – PaglaomDaily

Go out and watch the sunset in between the pine trees with your child.

Dadamuen, Nagaparan, Danglas, Abra

Fields of Corn and Rice,San Quintin

Name – Marlo Cordero Avero
Town – Dolores, Abra
Instagram – Mamba_Itim

The patterns of mixed fields of corn and direct seeded rice caught my eye. With the backdrop of the Abra River this picturesque part of San Quintin can be seen from the highway.
Stop and enjoy the views and pastoral air.

View of Tobacco and Rice fields, San Quintin, Abra

Piwek Rock Formations, Alaoa, Tineg

Name – Elad Ben David
Country – Israel

I really enjoyed my trip to Abra and especially the tour out to Piwek Rock Formations. The scenery along the way was amazing and this river so clean. The rock formations here are a sight to be seen. There is also an 11 metre cliff jump which gets the adrenaline rushing as you look down at the water below. Try it if you dare.

Piwek Rock Formations, Alaoa, Tineg Photos of Abra 2019

Kaparkan Falls, Tineg

Name – Jhelo Pineda
Town – Bangued
Instagram – Jhelossy

No words are needed to explain the beauty of these falls. Come to Abra and see Kaparkan Falls for yourself. Words will fail you too.

Kaparkan Falls, Tineg, Photos of Abra 2019

Apao Rolling Hills, Tineg

Name – Yasmin Gatenby
Country – Israel

The scenery in Apao is out of this world. Real beauty. Take time to explore and hike along the trails used by the locals.

Apao Rolling Hills, Tineg. Photos of Abra 2019

Kawayan Festival 2019

Name – Abramazing.ph
Instagram – Abramazing.ph

The Kawayan Festival is held every March in Abra. Kawayan means Bamboo.  The festival is celebrated annually giving thanks for the abundance of bamboo in the province. The programme includes streetdancing, ethnic song and music, and cultural programs where gongs and bamboo musical instrument are played,

The festival also includes products and crafts made from bamboo from all over Abra.

Kawayan Festival 2019 Tribal Dance Photos of Abra 2019

San Quintin National High School Graduation Day 2019

Name – Silverbackpacker
Town –  La Paz, Abra
Instagram – Silverbackpacker

And of course one of my favourite photos this year.
Teofilo Garcia, National Living Treasure, Maker of Tabungaw Hats.
Teofilo teaches school children in the art of Tabungaw hat making in the hope that one of them will be interested enough to make this a career choice and learn more of the intricacies of the skill.
Every year the students make their own graduation hats using a tabungaw. You can see the glowing happiness and pride that overcome him as he joins his students for a group photo.
Read more about Teofilo Garcia here

San Quintin National High School graduation day 2019
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The Best Photos of Abra 2019

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How to travel to Abra from Manila

By Bus

  • From Metro Manila, there are three bus companies operating along the Manila to Bangued route.
    Partas Bus Company, Viron Transit and Dominion Bus Lines.
  • Journey time is around 10 hours
  • Fare at time of writing is P600

Bus Companies that link Bangued with other destinations are 

Bangued to Manila, Baguio – Partas Bus Company
Bangued to Manila, Baguio – Dominion Bus Lines
Bangued to Manila, Baguio – Philippine Rabbit
Bangued to Baguio – Sambrano Bus Lines
Bangued to Manila – Viron Transit
Bangued to Vigan, Tuguegarao – Esonice Bus Lines
Bangued to Baguio, Vigan, Laoag – BBL Transit

By Air
There are no airports in Abra. The closest airport is Laoag, three hours away by car.

  • Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines have daily flights to Laoag.
  • From Laoag take a bus to Vigan and change there for a bus to Bangued
  • Or take any bus that is heading south and alight at Narvacan for bus and jeepney connections to Bangued



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