Five Charming Villages in the Province of Abra You (Probably) may Never have Heard of
Abra may still be considered to be “at the end of the road.” Although getting here takes time and getting around may have its challenges, all of these will be rewarded with amazing sceneries and a meaningful cultural encounter.
While we press pause on our travel plans, we thought of showing you some of the many charming villages in Abra. These Itneg settlements are enveloped by mountains, where rivers run through and are therefore models of a post-covid world.
Let’s find out where they are.
Walk around the village of Ableg and watch how the day starts for both men and women, either on a bright sunny morning, or a homey rainy day. Enjoy the astounding scenery when you trek to Basakal falls which is only an hour away from the village.
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Getting to this village may not be easy. The dirt road is only passable during summer but anyone would surely grow some fondness to this village once you get to know it; waterfalls abound nearby, rivers and creeks are crystal clear, and their Salagpat rice terraces are irrigated by a channel cut through a hill by their ancestors’ hands!
Have you been to any of these villages?
There are still many charming villages in Abra. One day we’ll show you more!
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