Northern Stills: Kalinga and Cagayan

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The scenic road from Tuguegarao to the province of Kalinga was already a treat before our of Lakbay Norte white water rafting activity in Chico River. We passed by the old Buntun Bridge which used to be the longest in the country before San Juanico Bridge was built, the vast rice fields of Solana and Enrile, and the highway of Cordillera going to Kalinga. Everything around us was of pure beauty and the best way to appreciate the picturesque scenery is by top loading on a jeepney 🙂

Here are more photos of our Kalinga and Cagayan leg of Lakbay Norte 3.

A quick stop shortly after sunrise with the vast rice field of Enrile, Cagayan around us
The main highway in Tabuk, the provincial capital of the province of Kalinga
Pasil River in Pasil is a tributary of Chico River, our starting point for the white water rafting
The stretch of Chico River is ideal for white water rafting adventure with rapids of up to class 5 during rainy season
Tabuk, the end point of the Ullalim Run from Pasil of our white water rafting
Christian Sangoyo of busy capturing stills of Tabuk’s landscapes
Christian on a yoga jump shot with Marcos of (left) and Edcel of (right)
A betel nut or nganga, locally known as moma
A night shot of the second longest bridge in the Philippines – Buntun Bridge in Tuguegarao, Cagayan

Lakbay Norte is an eight day media familiarization tour of Northern Luzon organized by North Philippine Visitors Bureau in cooperation with Manila North Tollways Corporation, Victory Liner, Mc Donalds, Petron and Universal Robina Corporation.



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