The best way to explore what Vigan has to offer is either on foot or take a Kalesa ride around town.
Bantay Bell Tower
The old historic belfry of the church known as the Bantay Tower, which served as a watchtower for pirates back in the Spanish colonial era, gave the town its name – bantay (meaning to guard).
Step into the past
Around the town proper there are a couple of places one has visit to experience 16th century Vigan. To get one started, the National Museum of the Philippines Ilocos Complex is a places of great historic value.
Visit a traditional clay pottery factory or locally called “burnay” and get your hands dirty making your own.
Connect with Nature
See this country’s biggest private collection of exotic animals. Enjoy wild life demonstrations and interact with nature’s wonderful creatures.
Our proximity will allow you to experience the famed Heritage Road from sun up to sun down and beyond. Watch the famous Calle Crisologo or better known as the “Heritage Road” transform into a busy street of food, drinks, and good time.