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Grand Park

This place is just nearby Patapat Viaduct Bridge. So i u are off for some sightseeing, then don’t... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2017
FaeMarieS
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Singapore, Singapore
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it's where the mountains meet the ocean

I've been coming to agua Grande actually for years, it's really one of pagudpuds best kept secrets... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2015
Ryan A
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Brussels, Belgium
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

Aqua Grande - big waters from the mountains flow to huge rocks. The place has been renovated to accommodate natural pools where one can dip. The waters are cold but it provides a relaxing massage. Here you can see fresh waters joining sea waters, one...More

1  Thank Jeanne R
Reviewed 28 October 2017 via mobile

This place is just nearby Patapat Viaduct Bridge. So i u are off for some sightseeing, then don’t miss this out. Also Paraiso No Anton is just nearby, just a few meters away actually. There’s an entrance fee. I already forgot the exact fee, but...More

Thank FaeMarieS
Reviewed 5 December 2016

This place is not yet overrun by tourists, so the place is still quiet and you get the feeling of calm amidst all that nature has to offer. Water is soo clean as its from the mountains.

Thank Ingge P
Reviewed 14 June 2016

For P25 (day rate) entrance, this isn't a bad place to stop at. The rock-boulder facade is typical of this side of the Ilocos shoreline. Good for photos but should be navigated with care by seniors and kids who may not be too agile/limber. The...More

1  Thank Eileen R
Reviewed 20 May 2016

This river is at the end of the Patapat Viaduct, and has lots of pools you can choose from to relax in fresh water, with a view of the sea.

1  Thank Laurie H
Reviewed 7 April 2016

we came here 3 years ago and never wrote my review to the place, we are coming again to Philippines for a vacay and I am compiled to write my review as this place is amazing. Far from the tourist area of the resorts, we...More

1  Thank nimfa24
Reviewed 23 April 2015

I've been coming to agua Grande actually for years, it's really one of pagudpuds best kept secrets, while most tourists go to the beaches and never cross the patapat bridge, they never reach agua Grande, but it's beautiful, cold spring water running down the mountain...More

6  Thank Ryan A
Reviewed 4 October 2014

a cool, clean, clear river drops into the sea here. a park has been created with swimming pools, picnic huts on one of the most beautiful views in the Philippines of the rugged Ilocos Norte coastline. this place was so beautiful, the water so refreshing...More

3  Thank Rick_HSeattle
Reviewed 1 September 2014

Aqua Grande is a resort in Ilocos Norte. You can have your picture taken at the bridge where the sea meets the river.

1  Thank bhotd
Reviewed 23 August 2014

the river is coming down from the high mountain into the big sea, where just monkeys living up, yeah would be nice, also some locals living up hill but just a few.... agua grande is ma favorite picknick place in all pagudpud area, the river...More

Thank DonDon M
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