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Uncover the Beauty of Abra, One Municipality at a Time
Nestled between the mountain ranges of the Ilocos to the west and the Cordillera to the east, Abra is embraced by Ilocos Norte to the north and Ilocos Sur and Mountain Province to the south. To the east lies Kalinga, and to the west, the Province of Apayao. Straddling the realms of Ilocandia and the Cordillera, this landlocked province seamlessly blends the dominant Spanish ancestry of its lowland inhabitants with the unique ethnicity of the upland Itneg tribe.
Surrounded by mountains, Abra maintains its pristine natural environment, where life unfolds at a leisurely pace. As the largest province in the Cordillera in terms of land area, Abra boasts the highest number of municipalities (27) and barangays (303) among the six provinces in the region. Each municipality is rich in both natural wonders and cultural treasures.
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Keep up to date with everything Abra with the Abramazing Blog. Find the best travel tips, where to eat, stay and wander in articles written by our contributors.
Luba, AbraThe municipality of Luba boasts several natural wonders that may captivate both tourists and adventurers. Arriving in Luba is an adventure in itself, involving crossing the river via motorized rafts or a temporary land bridge during the dry season....
Symbolism of the Bucloc Seal The Sun is a representation of the Divine Creator, the Supreme Being responsible for guiding the fates of both individuals and nations. The Four Rays symbolize the original four barangays of Bucloc. The River symbolizes the Bucloc River,...
The History of Bucloc The history of Bucloc, a municipality in the province of Abra, Philippines, traces back to its early settlement and the subsequent events that shaped its development and identity over the years. Bucloc's history can be traced to the arrival of...
Barangay Calaba, Bangued and the Rock According to the locals, Calaba may have gotten its place name from the Iloco word calab/kalab which means to climb. In the past, people living across the river may have had to climb and scramble through rocks to get to that part...
” Abra in Colours ” is an article written about a trip to Abra sometime in 2013, capturing some of the best traditional works from the upland, from dyeing, weaving, to bamboo crafts making.
SPOTLIGHT ON: Midas "Dos" Villanueva II, Tattoo Artist and Airbrush Artist from Bucay, AbraAn artist creates a painting of Christ with eyes full of emotion while the Philippines was under General Community Quarantine Midas Bayle Villanueva II, more popularly known as...
Tips For Planning Your Next Abramazing Trip
Are you one of the thousands who wish to have a glimpse of the raw and rugged beauty of the Province of Abra? Or just wanting to cross off another province on your #project81 list?
Whatever your reasons may be, planning your trip ahead will help greatly in the success of your trip to this Abramazing province.
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Top ABRAmazing Sites to Watch Out for in 2023
1. Ar-arbis Falls and River Tubing, Baybayatin, Lagayan, Abra
The scenic Palsuguan River offers a thrilling experience. Hike up to Ar-arbis falls, Abra’s curtain falls and tube down the river on your way back.
2. Apao Rolling Hills, Brgy Apao, Tineg, Abra
A scenic view that never gets old. A little trek through these hills will give you many viewpoints which are perfect for your photography session.
3. Mt. Pugao, Collago, Lagayan, Abra
At 1359 masl, Mt.Pugao will give the adventure seekers enough challenge and an Abramazing view at the top.
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