Madongan River Dam

Dingras, Ilocos Norte

Madongan River Dam is located in Brgy. San Marcelino, Dingras, Ilocos Norte. This place has become a tourist attraction, and a great spot to take a dip and swim during hot summer days.

Madongan River Dam News

  • Madongan Dam Enjoy Ilocos Nortes Next Big Travel Destination For Only Php 10

    This piece of paradise in Ilocos Norte could very well be your next favorite.

    Nowadays, it's difficult to purchase anything for Php 10. You can probably get a few pieces of candy, pay for your jeepney or tricycle fare, or—if you're lucky, and are willing to take the risk—a few sticks of fish or squid balls. However, it's that almost-insignificant amount that can easily get you inside one of Ilocos Norte's most beautiful travel destinations: Madongan Dam in San Marcelino, Dingras.

    Originally shared by MAG TV, the Madongan Dam in Ilocos Norte started out as a regular dam that supplied ...

  • Surge Of Tourists Trash At Madongan Dam Alarms Locals

    The sudden upsurge of tourists visiting Madongan dam with its cascading waterfalls and crystal clear waters is starting to alarm residents with an overwhelming number of cottages being built by its lower stream and some individuals disposing garbage improperly.

    "Madongan Dam in Dingras, Ilocos Norte will only last for five years if the constraint in the upper stream of the watershed will not be given attention," said Professor Charlie Batin, a forester-researcher who specializes in silviculture, agroforestry, and social forestry at the state-run Mariano Marcos State University in Batac City ...

  • In Ilocos Norte Tourists Enjoy Beauty Of Drying Dams

    Youngsters trek to a sedimentary rock formation along a river in Dingras town in Ilocos Norte province. As soon as they reach the top, some leap into the water. Others enjoy the cool cascade of a waterfall from the Madongan River diversion dam in Barangay San Marcelino in Dingras.

    Fevie Zaereel Bagcal, 8, of Laoag City, says swimming in crystal clear water is a real treat compared to the pool at the Ferdinand E. Marcos Sports Stadium where she learned to swim last summer.

    The children, however, are oblivious to the dire condition of the facility. Rivers and streams that run through the d ...