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It’s just a light house where the japanese leader during the world war had lived. You can see rooms, kitchen, well and old stuffs. This place has an entrance fee of P20 per person. The view at the top of the light house is beautiful....More
Beautiful View. Well-preserved architecture, a heritage of pride. The place is clean and well-maintained.
Tip: Don't forget to take a picture capturing the full height of the lighthouse - it will be worth your stunt! :-)
The lighthouse is beautiful and is a perfect example of Spanish colonial architecture. The place is very well-maintained and boasts of furniture from the late 19th century and early 20th century. It's hard to climb all those steps leading to the top of the lighthouse...More
Nice to see a piece of heritage well preserved. The view from the foot of the lighthouse is just beautiful. Its just sad that you don't get to climb up the winding stairs to the top of the lighthouse itself... bring comfy shoes and clothes....
I caught a glimpse of Cape Bojeador on my way to and from my hometown.
This place has not changed much. We climbed to the top as a family years ago and it was a beautiful memory to remember it again.
I recommend this place...More