Pagudpud is a humble municipality of Ilocos Norte and is located on the northernmost tip of the Luzon main island. Because of its location, Pagudpud offers some of the most priceless experiences of one’s life by the ocean. If you’re ready, grab your bags and travel to the coastal municipality of Pagudpud — where life isn’t urbanized as in the cities but is nonetheless a vacation paradise.

Without delaying it any further, here are some of the best resorts you should visit in Pagudpud for your next Philippine beach holiday.

Pannzian Beach and Mountain Resort

Pannzian Beach



Considering that Pagudpud is facing toward the West Philippine Sea, you can expect that all the holiday destinations here will be amazing. Pannzian Beach is no exception to this rule. While you’re here, you can easily kick back, relax and just listen to the waves as they crash. You can order a Filipino dish that’s freshly made from the resort’s own garden.

Just don’t expect an internet connection or a TV in the rooms — you didn’t come here for those.

Kingfisher Beach Resort

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With an open view of the ocean practically in front of your window, you surely can’t say no to Kingfisher Resort!

Just staying here will give you the feeling that you own the place itself — the beach is, on average, a 2-minute walk away from your room. Some of the facilities here include a beach bar and a restaurant, and there are myriad activities to keep you occupied during your stay here.


Saud Beach Resort and Hotel

Saud Beach Resort and Hotel Restaurant

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Checking in at Saud will give you the chance to go swimming, scuba diving or whatever else you plan on doing with your time here, all day long! When you check in, you’re also given free access to the beachside huts where you can get some shade when it gets hotter.

The rooms here are air-conditioned, and come complete with amenities such as a refrigerator, a shower and toilet, a mini bar, and a veranda that overlooks the ocean.


Hannah’s Beach Resort and Convention Center

Hannah's Beach Resort and Convention Center

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If you’re looking for a luxurious trip, then Hannah’s is the place for you! Aside from the fact that every single room here is very well-maintained, the resort also offers a convention center where you can host any events you may have. There’s also a theme park, swimming pools, gyms, and the famous solar-heated pool Banga.

You may choose to dine in any of the 3 restaurants around the resort. The resort also offers airport transfer services for their guests’ convenience.


Kapuluan Vista Resort


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If you just want to have a chill vacation experience, then you can come over and relax in Kapuluan Vista Resort where they offer massage sessions. You can even try out one of their yoga rooms or chill out in the herbal garden while your friends go out swimming.

While you’re at it, you can try out the resort’s dishes, which are made from only organic ingredients grown in the gardens.

If you want to have the best beach holidays Philippines getaway, then better try out one of these beach resorts in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. Just don’t forget to bring along a bottle of sunscreen with you to avoid getting sunburned.

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When it comes to beaches in the Philippines, Boracay is pretty much the very first destination that comes to mind. However, with it being shut down recently, finding a suitable alternative may feel impossible. If you want to steer clear of the crowds and want a more peaceful, quiet, and relaxing summer, you may want to try visiting the Bicol Region.

Located at the southeastern tip of Luzon, it’s composed of 6 provinces: Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Albay, Catanduanes, Masbate and Sorsogon. Bicol is mostly known for the near-perfect cone shaped Mayon Volcano in Albay, and the whale sharks that frequently visit the waters of Donsol, Sorsogon. There are the well-known beaches in Camarines Sur and in other parts of the region as well.

Without further ado, here are some of the aforementioned top beach destinations:

Calaguas Island – Camarines Norte

Calaguas Island

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Clear blue waters and powdery white sand that stretches for about a kilometer – these are just some of the things you’ll find as soon as you reach the beach of Mahabang Buhangin (translating to Long Beach in English) in Calaguas Island.

Before long, you’ll surely be drawn in to take a dip in the water even with the glaring heat of the sun. Just apply some sunscreen and you’ll be fine.

Tucked away in the eastern part of Camarines Norte, Calaguas Island offers its visitors a place where they can relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Caramoan Islands — Camarines Sur

Caramoan Island

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The Caramoan Islands are known to be a favorite for the reality show Survivor. You can’t really blame them, with the majestic and stunning white beaches that stretch all throughout the peninsula and rock formations just waiting for climbers to explore them. It’s no surprise that this place is always on the list of must-see places in Bicol.

Despite its exposure from Survivor, Caramoan Island remains immaculate due to it being a bit far from the mainland of Camarines Sur. Sure, there are now inns and hotels that are established to accommodate the influx of tourists; however, the peninsula remains unblemished and teeming with beauty.

Subic Beach and Tikling Island — Sorsogon

Tikling Island

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In the southernmost part of Bicol lies the town of Matnog, where you can find Subic Beach and Tikling Island. Located in Calintaan Island, you need to charter a boat first and stand bravely against giant waves before you can step onto pinkish white sands.

Once in this place, you can do some snorkeling and see the sights underwater. Plus, even though the sun is beaming high in the sky, the waters here are surprisingly cool.

If you’re up for some camping, you can bring a tent with you, but if you want to lie down on a soft, cozy bed, there are some cottages you can rent during your stay on the island. Before you go home, just make sure to visit Juag Lagoon, a privately-owned fish breeding area that’s another must-see spot.

So, there you have it. These are just some of the beaches near Naga City you can visit on your beach outings. Just make sure to bring all the things you need, plus a ton of sunscreen.

If you’re planning to travel to the beaches in Camarines Sur, be prepared for a long trip. Prepare to endure the heat especially during summer time in Philippine Beach Holidays.

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