Facing the West Philippine Sea, Pagudpud's beaches are nothing short of amazing: Stretches of white sand lined with coconut trees and crystal-blue water. Located at the northernmost tip of the Luzon island, Pagudpud is a sleepy coastal town. But the locals are definitely generous with their smiles. It's not overrun by tourists yet, but it's getting there.
You can reach Pagudpud ...
through the Maharlika Highway. It goes up the coast with rolling tropical hills on one side and the blue water on the other. There are no traffic jams here, so if you have a chance to drive, this is the place to do it.
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After driving almost 12 hours from Manila to Pagudpud, we were quite lucky to book a hotel that is in front of a Beach. The Saud Beach is already a tourist destination so our tired as**s took its break while enjoying this magnificent view.
Blue Lagoon, or more broadly known as Pagudpud beach is one of Ilocos Norte's pride. It's a paradise with a breathtaking view of nature's grandeur!
Me and my girlfriend were in Ilocos Norte, visited the Pagudpud Viaduct with amazing view and Bangui Windmill Farm on the edge of the sea. I hope guys you enjoy!
Trip to Laoag City, Ilocoso Norte.
Patapat Viaduct Bridge
Blue Lagoon Resort
Town of Adams
Anupig Hidden Falls
Ancient hanging Bridge in Adams, Ilocos Norte
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Summer is just around the corner but this time, let's skip the beach trip for a while and head up north to see what's in store for us!
Being 10 hours away from Manila (estimated time via land trip), the province of Ilocos is on the northern tip of the Luzon island. Thus, it is really important to plan your trip ahead if you would like to visit the region. From the usual beach trips to historical churches to wonderful sites of nature and adrenaline-rush activities, Ilocos Region has got you covered.
On a joined tour with 15 guests, me and my friends spent our long weekend at Ilocos and ...
Labor Day weekend is coming up and no doubt hordes of tourists will be heading to Boracay for the biggest summer beach event in the country.
But what if you're not the type of person who likes to party all night or get wasted on a beach? The Philippines is blessed with a lot of beautiful beaches for those looking for a more tranquil and secluded beach getaway.
If you're willing to buy a ticket to Boracay, you can book a flight (or easily take the bus) to these destinations instead. Here are five alternative destinations with bucketlist-worthy beaches around the country.
Pagudpud, Iloc ...