Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
I spent my summer vacays at San Fernando, La Union. Back then, the happening beach resorts were those over at Bauang, La Union. The old folks refused to bring us to neighboring San Juan because of the really strong waves! Now, riding the waves of San Juan is every water lover’s must do! I still am in fear of balancing on a surf board, so I will just settle on riding a kayak in comfy kayak seats with my little boy. For the girls and the hubby though, they would love to get their sufin’ fill even if they are not yet a board pro.
Surfing instructors are there to teach willing surf board students and boards are available for rent, so there is no reason to pass up a surfing lesson. Scuba-diving, snorkeling and kayaking are additional activities to try if you a re a water sport enthusiast.
Learning to surf remains to be ticked on my bucket list. I might just do it this Christmas break.
Michelle Villarta-Cabanas says
La Union is one of those places that I dream of going but I don't know when will I ever get the chance since I'm from Cebu..but who knows right? I'll keep my fingers crossed. 🙂
Marielle Faye Garcia says
I've been to La Union a few times, but never tried their beaches yet. Hopefully, I could one time.
Pinay Ricamora says
Vacations now have become more adventurous! I am no longer that active especially the beach, but I love taking pictures of my kid when he does … he hasn't tried surfing, though!
tondo girl says
i would love to learn how to surf but first i need to learn how to swim. Never been to La Union but I always get an invitation to go there and experience San Juan but unfortunately I always have a limited vacation days in the Philippines maybe next time I'd be able to visit it.