Limbo Lake

Villaviciosa, Abra

Limbo Lake is the second lake located at Villaviciosa. Though not as popular as the KimkimayLake, it offers an ideal place for campers and hikers for it cannot be reached by jeepneys and buses. The distance to travel is however negligible.

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  • Abra The Explorers Paradise

    Abra The Explorers Paradise

    Landlocked by towering mountain ranges, Abra is a region worth exploring especially for people with the heart for adventure. Huddled between Ilocos and Cordillera, it is commonly described as "rugged", although not for long will it stay under-the-radar with all the notable spots it boasts.

    Overview

    Abra is comprised of 27 municipalities and 304 barangays with Bangued as its provincial capital. Most of the people residing in the region are members of the Tingguian tribe and others are descendants of ancient Ilocano settlers. However, because of frequent intermarriages that happened betwee ...

  • Visit Abra Cuz Its More Fun in the Philippines

    Visit Abra Cuz Its More Fun in the Philippines

    As mentioned on my previous post, I am to make a series of posts about the different provinces of the Philippines to help each and everyone to decide as to where to go this summer. I decided to do it in alphabetical order so as to cover all provinces, Abra being the first on the list. So come goin me as we explore Abra.

    Bangued is the Capital of Abra and it belongs to the Cordillera Autonomous Region. This is one of the beautiful provinces in the Philippines that haven't received much tourists yet. This being not a highly visited destination, most people, Filipino and tourists alike, don't ...

  • Explore Abra and Its Pristine Beauty

    Explore Abra and Its Pristine Beauty

    Abra is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Bangued, and it borders Ilocos Norte and Apayao on the north, Ilocos Sur and Mountain Province on the south, Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur on the west, and Kalinga, and Apayao on the east.

    Abra is hemmed in by the towering mountain ranges of the Ilocos in the west and the Cordillera Central in the east. It has an extremely rugged terrain, with mountains and hills rising along its perimeter and interior. The plains are drained by the Abra River, which flows northward from Mt. Data ...