Tondaligan Beach is located in Dagupan City, Pangasinan. Its fine sands and numerous coconut trees attract people all year-round, but the beach area quite large so there's no need to worry about running out of good spots.
Tondaligan Beach News
For 2 years now, I am spending new years eve with my girlfriend's family in Lingayen, Pangasinan. But before I proceed to their town, I decided to spend some time on the beach before the clock ticks at 12MN, January 1, 2018. Tondaligan Beach in Dagupan was an unfamiliar beach to me until I saw it on Google Maps. A long stretch of yellow mark in google means that its a beach - a long curve beach means that I must go and hear the waves again.
I often pass by the province of Pangasinan when traveling for a hike to the Cordilleras but I never got to go around. One day, I went for a visit to have a look!
While researching for my trip, I learned that there's so much to see (and eat!) from the infamous Hundred Islands in Alaminos, the beautiful beaches of Bolinao and its mountain trails that spending a day is ridiculous, but with my limited time and budget, I figured, this solo trip will serve as a kickoff for numerous return trips.
The Tondaligan Blue Beach here holds a big promise to become the new wind surfing capital as well as a diving site throughout the country that could thrill local and foreign visitors.
This was bared by former city councilor Liberato Reyna IV, an engineer, who was designated chair of the water sports event of Dagupan's Platinum Year celebration this coming June 20.
Reyna is a diving enthusiast, one of the few in Pangasinan today.
As a former city official, he acknowledged that the Tondaligan Blue Beach by the Lingayen Gulf was much better because of the dramatic changes introduced by t ...
People go to Tondaligan Beach to frolic in the sun, sand and sea. It is among the most visited tourist attractions here; a paradise for beach-lovers.
Aside from a swim in clear water, any tourist can sing at the top of one's voice with the many establishments offering a "mic."
While the beach is open to all sorts of fun in the sun, a dark side lurks just by the roadside ??" drug dealers offering a "quick fix."
A report by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) confirms how drugs changes hands easily in Bonuan like a forbidden fruit in paradise because the town where the beach i ...
Pangasinan is one of the country's most diverse provinces blessed with incredible landscapes and natural wonders. It is the third biggest province in the country and home to unspoiled beaches, unexplored caves, hot and cold springs and other attractions.
The name Pangasinan means "place for salt" and the province is in fact a major producer of salt. Most people know Pangasinan for its Hundred Islands, Manaoag Shrine, bangus and puto, but there's a lot more to see and experience in this province where one can find the "Boracay of the North".
In Anda, Pangasinan lies To ...
After attending the mass (Our Lady of Manaoag Church), we boarded to a passenger van bound to Dagupan City for a beach side trip and photo collection. It was a 45 minutes ride from Manaoag to Dagupan City. Three km from Dagupan City is Bonuan Blue Beach, along the Lingayen Gulf. The weather is good but scourging hot since it was 10:30 AM when we arrived at the Bonuan Blue Beach also known as "Tondaligan Beach"
It was actually a relaxing photo walk despite of so "mainit". We spent an hour or two walking to the shoreline. There are cottages and some trees that serves your shade if you don't w ...