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For the sake of Christ, spend 3N/4D with HIM!

A Pilgrim’s Journey to Heavenly Vacation (3N/4D)
Manila – Bulacan – Pampanga – Tarlac – Pangasinan – Cagayan - Baguio - Manila

DAY ONE - From Manila, take the North Luzon Expressway and exit via Tabang to proceed to Malolos, Bulacan for a visit to the Barasoain Church of Our Lady of Carmel. Built in 1871 – 1878, the church became the seat of the short-lived Philippine Republic and site of the first constitutional convention beginning in 1898 which passed the Malolos Constitution. It houses the NHI Barasoain Lights and Sound and Ecclesiastical Museum.

Drive back to the North Luzon Expressway via Pulilan to take the Angeles-Magalang exit. Proceed to Angeles City to visit the Holy Rosary Cathedral along Sto. Rosario St. The cathedral was built in beginning in 1877 – 1898 thru the so-called forced labor system imposed by the Spanish colonial government on the townspeople of Angeles City. It houses the miraculous image of the Apung Mamacalulu – the image of the Reclining Christ.

Spend a night in any of the standard-class hotel accommodation in Clark.

DAY TWO - The following day, resume your journey by driving toward Brgy. Dolores in Mabalacat, Pampanga to enter the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway for a quick drive through Tarlac. Take the San Miguel exit to proceed to Brgy. San Sebastian (Hon Kee Tea House on your right or Vilmar Restaurant on your left) and take a left turn to the bypass road (Tarlac - Pangasinan) toward the town of Camiling. Follow the 36-km backcountry but well-paved road to Brgy. Lubigan in San Jose, Tarlac (turns are well signposted). Spend an hour or so at the Church of the Risen Christ where a relic or particle of the Holy Cross from Germany is enshrined in a silver reliquary. The Holy Mass is celebrated daily (except Thursday) at 10:00 in the morning after which the faithful is allowed to the reliquary to pay their homage and be blessed with spirituality.

In the afternoon, proceed to MacArthur Hwy. on one’s way to Pangasinan to visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag. An apparition and several miracles have made the Lady a famous destination for thousands of devotees of the faith from around the world.

Time permitting, one may climb the hills in Bani, Pangasinan for a walk through the 14 Stations of the Cross.

Spend the night in any of the accommodation facilities in the area.

DAY THREE - The following day, proceed to Penablanca, Cagayan, to visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Piat. The image was supposedly brought to the Philippines from Macao in 1604 by Dominican Friars. In 1954, her church was declared a National Shrine by His Excellency Most Rev. Egidio Vagnozzi, the Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines. The image is known throughout the country as the Black Mary, making Piat the pilgrimage center of the northeast.

Proceed to the Baguio Cathedral where one hurdles 100 steps before reaching the top of the hill. Optionally, one may also visit the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes – a religious shrine where about 252 steps lead to the top of the hill before one may offer sacrifices, devotion and prayers. Here, one is rewarded with a panoramic view of the city.

DAY FOUR - Spend another night in the Pine City for a well-deserved relaxing vacation. Go souvenir hunting before one drives back to Manila.

Contact Information

Department of Tourism –CAR
DOT Complex, Gov. Pack Road, Baguio City
Phone (074) 442-7014 / 619-1127 / 8848
Email: [email protected]

Department of Tourism – Ilocos
G/F Oasis Country Resort Hotel, Sevilla, City of San Fernando, La Union
Phone (072) 888-2098 / 2411/2098 / 242-1656
Email: [email protected]

Department of Tourism – Cagayan Valley
29-A Rizal Street, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Phone (078) 844-1621/846-2435 / 2435
E-mail: [email protected]

Department of Tourism – Central Luzon
Hilaga Village, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Phone (045) 961-2612 / 625-8525 / 477-2499
Email: [email protected]

Or visit your travel agent.



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