Abra is accessible to its neighboring provinces through a network of highways and roads. A typical bus trip from the country's capital, Manila, lasts about 8 to 9 hours and is quite scenic. Bus lines going to and fro the province include the Philippine Rabbit and the Partas Trans.
- Pinaing or Sacred Stones in Dumayco - these stones are placed in the hollow of a huge Balete tree and symbolize the spirits of village ancestors
- Don Teodoro Brillantes Family Museum - displays Spanish artifacts and personal mementos of the Brillantes family
- Tugot ni Angalo - huge footprints believed to be made by a real giant in San Quintin. The prints are 15 meters long, 5 meters wide, and 10 feet deep.
- Natural bodies of water found in the province, like the Abra River, the Boliney Hot Springs, Kimkimay Lake, and the Limbo Lake.
- Explore the stalagmites at the Libtec Underground River and Sibud-Sibud Cave
- Participate in the Arya Abra Festival, celebrating the creation of the province, and the Tingguian Festival, which features songs and dances of the Tingguian ethnic tribe.