It's a welcoming beacon and a guide way for ships that enters Philippine Archipelago. It was established in Spanish Colonial era, first lighted on March 30, 1892. It's now a cultural heritage in Burgos, Ilocos Norte having a wonderful view on the coastline. It is comparable to a ship facilities that is only on land that focuses on communication.

 It has quarters/rooms for lighthouse maintenance, meetings, bed for in-house operators, and more.  The tourist's attendant was so accommodating, he  talked to us everything about the lighthouse and its equipment. His name is "Joe" as I remember, thanks to him for entertaining us and providing us information about the Lighthouse.

How to get there: 

For this type of trip, you can rent a Van or any SUV if you are in a bigger group. It saves a lot of your budget. If you are in a smaller group or solo traveler, have a public transport from manila. Go to central bus station going to Northern Luzon.

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