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The parking is a little down the lighthouse. However you can ride a tricycle or walk. Tricycle costs P10 per person and can carry up to 3 people.
The light house has an entrance fee of P20 (same for adult and kids). It shows the...More
I love this place!!!! That's what I said to myself when we got to the lighthouse, the long uphill walk is worth it because the beauty of the scenery will stick to your mind even after leaving the place! I will definitely come back whenever...More
Stopped by just for photos of the lighthouse from the road. It was closed the day we passed by but I would imagine there would be good views from atop. did not bother climbing up the stairs. Check out the dragon fruit cultivation surrounding the...More
We came here at sundown so we missed the beautiful seascape overlooking the top of the lighthouse. Since it was evening, the place had an eerie feel. Better come when there is daylight to enjoy the scenery from atop and to avoid the pitch dark...More
this was part of the tour package, so we just made full use of it. there will be along climb up the stairs or to the lighthouse itself so make sure the car is road trip worthy. nice view on top and loved the mini...More
This Burgos Lighthouse was one of the last to be constructed to guide the galleons from Acapulco using this particular trade route to safely reach port in Manila. It was first lighted in March 30, 1892 and by this time, Victoria was Queen and England...More
Lighthouse is still intact and you can get a glimpse of the architecture of that era. Very nice scenery around the area, you can just feel the wind coming from the ocean gently blowing. 10 pesos entrance fee. Well qorth a visit whwn you're in...More