Cape Bojeador Lighthouse

Burgos, Ilocos Norte

Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, also known as Burgos Lighthouse is located in Burgos, Ilocos Norte. The 20 meter octagonal stone tower, the most prominent structure in the vicinity, can be seen from as far away as Pasuquin town in the south and Bangui on the east on a clear day.

The Cape Bojeador lighthouse was part of the Spanish government's master plan of illuminating the Philippine a ...

rchipelago. The project commenced with the execution of the lighthouses in the northern and western part of the Philippines and those around Iloilo and Cebu. The Burgos lighthouse was first lit on March 30, 1892.

Cape Bojeador Lighthouse or Burgos Lighthouse News

  • Cape Bojeador Lighthouse Burgos Ilocos Norte

    was amaze when i first saw this Cape Bojeador Lighthouse.

    I could not imagine how this century old Lighthouse built by the people during that time located at the top of the mountain.

    The structure is still standing strong until this time.

    I salute to all the people who built this lighthouse.

  • Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, Burgos Ilocos Norte

    Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, also known as Burgos Lighthouse, is a cultural heritage structure in Burgos, Ilocos Norte, that was established during the Spanish Colonial period in the Philippines. Wikipedia

  • Exploring Ilocos The Cape Bojeador Lighthouse

    Exploring Ilocos The Cape Bojeador Lighthouse

    It didnt take us long to reach our next destination in Ilocos Norte. Weve finally entered Burgos and before we get the chance to see the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation, we had a quick stop over to one of the most notable places in Ilocos Norte ~ The Cape Bojeador Lighthouse. Lighthouses never failed to amuse me as they offer this unique picture-worthy atmosphere and a refreshing scenery that you can simply marvel. The Parola in Tanay Rizal and the Lighthouse in Sisiman Mariveles were both equally stunning but the Cape Bojeador Lighthouse is something really special.

  • Cape Bojeador Lighthouse And Kapurpurawan Rock Formations

    Cape Bojeador Lighthouse And Kapurpurawan Rock Formations

    So many places to explore and it is only day 2 of our Ilocos expedition. To start our day and make use of our idle time while waiting for the co-tourists, we had a quick stroll to take some snaps around the area of our meeting place. It is really refreshing to be in a foreign city. Thats why I love travelling because you get to witness locals say things differently and do things differently. A whole new experience of culture and meeting new people. After that brief exploration and contemplation, we made our way to Pagudpud!

  • Rehab Plans For Bojeador Light House

    The Department of Transportation (DOTr) said there are plans to rehabilitate the Cape Bojedor light house, a cultural heritage structure in Burgos, Ilocos.

    Cape Bojeador, which was first lit back in 1892, was a structure built under the Spanish colonization in the Philippines. Currently, it still serves international ships entering the country from the north.

    There is a planned rehabilitation of LS [light house]Cape Bojedor in Burgos, Ilocos Norte, the DOTr said in its performance report.

    The Philippine government has allotted P22.43-million for fiscal year 2017 for light house repair ...

  • A And D Travels Ilocos Vacation Part 2 - Pagudpud Tour, Patapat Viaduct, Bangui Windmills, Kapurparawan Rock Formation And More

    A And D Travels Ilocos Vacation Part 2 - Pagudpud Tour, Patapat Viaduct, Bangui Windmills, Kapurparawan Rock Formation And More

    Second day in Ilocos! You can read about our first day here. And as I've mentioned in my previous post, I booked the tours thru our hotel. A tour guide was with us for this day and the next day. It was a jam packed day for us. Ganun talaga if you book tours, maybe next time we can DIY our tour na din. The problem with traveling with kids, schedules aren't always followed. Haha! I knew I have to be the one wake them up, feed them, change their clothes and fix our things for the day. So, I woke up extra early so I can eat breakfast peacefully at Cafe Bonita. Ha!