Roads of Philippines
Plan the perfect driving adventure with this helpful guide! Learn more about the things to consider before driving the most spectacular roads of Philippines.
A lovely trip on the paved Halsema Highway in the Philippines
Halsema Highway was considered one of the most dangerous highways in the world. Everyday, commuters, transporters, tourists, and residents drove this route, braving steep crags, narrow and sheer drop offs, some more than 1000 feet. But the road has now improved, and it’s a lovely trip by an asphalted road tracing a circuitous path, that crosses the massive Cordillera Central mountain range on the Island of Luzon.
Driving the hazardous Kennon Road in the Philippines
Kennon Road is the name of a very scenic highway located in northern Luzon island of the Philippines.
Driving the winding Patapat Bridge along the sea coast
Patapat Causeway Bridge is one of the most scenic and most photographed destinations in Ilocos Norte, in the Philippines.
14 hairpin turns on the difficult road from Tagaytay to Talisay
Straddling the border of Batangas and Cavite provinces, in the Philippine island of Luzon, the road from Tagaytay to Talisay is a very defiant mountain drive.
Commonwealth Avenue is the Killer Highway of the Philippines
Located in the heart of Quezon City, in the Philippines, Commonwealth Avenue (nicknamed as the “Killer Highway” has terrible to non-existent regulations, along with its extremely heavy traffic, which leads to many hundreds of accidents amongst cyclists, pedestrians and motor vehicles each year.
Driving the dangerous Old Zigzag Road in Quezon
The Atimonan Old Zigzag Road acts as a gateway between Northern Quezon and the South of Philippines. It is one of the most dangerous roads of the country. Most of the drivers even fear traveling by this path. It can be an adventure for some, but it does carry elements of risk.
Buntun Bridge is the longest river bridge in the Philippines
Located in the province of Cagayan in the Philippines, the Buntun Bridge is one of the most spectacular bridges in the world. It is said that the bridge is long enough for a person to recite the entire Philippine National Anthem while walking here.
Driving the road from Bongabon to Baler is not for the sissies
The road from Bongabon to Baler is a very defiant and challenging drive located on the island of Luzon, in Philippines.
Magapit Bridge is the “Golden Gate of Cagayan"
Located in the province of Cagayan in the Philippines, the Magapit Bridge is one of the most spectacular bridges in the world. The bridge spans the Cagayan River.
The road from Malabrigo to Laiya allows to sense the scent of the ocean
Malabrigo-Laiya is a short coastal dirt track located in Batangas, on the southwestern part of Philippines.
A narrow and rough road to Mount Santo Tomas
Mount Santo Tomas is a stratovolcano at an elevation of 2.224m (7,296ft) above the sea level, located in the province of Benguet, on Luzon Island of the Philippines.
The road to Bundok Pulag is not for the sissies
Mount Pulag is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 2.480m (8,136ft) above the sea level, located in the province of Benguet in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines, on Luzon Island.
Driving the Sibuyan Circumferential Road is not a piece of cake
The Sibuyan Circumferential Road is a very scenic (and challenging) road located on the Sibuyan Island of Philippines, in the province of Romblon.
Take the Scenic Route and Discover Dalton Pass
Dalton Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 892m (2,926ft) above the sea level, located on the border of Nueva Ecija and Nueva Vizcaya provinces, in central Luzon island of the Philippines.
Manila - The Memorable Experience Of Culture And Heritage
Philippines is a picturesque island nation with several beautiful beaches and lush green jungles for adventurous travelers. For those seeking adventures, the country of Philippines has an abundance of it. However, if you wish to dive deeper and learn more about the culture and life of the Philippines, then there is no place better to start than the capital city of Manila.
Driving from Kiangan to Buguias: the highest road in the Philippines
Located in the province of Ifugao, in the Philippines, the road from Kiangan to Buguias is said to be the highest road in the country.
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