Agua Seda Beach Resort Pagudpud
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Agua Seda Beach Resort Pagudpud

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A tropical haven of natural beauty, the coastline of the province is skimmed by gentle coves and white sand beaches. It is a nice hotel to stay with family and couple. Come to this place and enjoy summer all-year round. If you opt for a place of relaxation, away from the crowded beach and crowded tourist, truly this place is perfect.It offers an affordable room rates as well as a limited budget for your meals. The beach also gives an spectacular view of the sun rise every morning.

..Type of Rooms:

Standard Room (4 Rooms Available)
* Good for 2 maximum of 4 persons.
* Aircon Room
* Private Toilet

Agua Seda Beach Resort Pagudpud Standard room 1 Agua Seda Beach Resort Pagudpud standard room 2

 

Deluxe Room
* Good for 4 persons.
* Aircon Room
* Private Toilet

Agua Seda Beach Resort Pagudpud Deluxe room 1

Family Room (2 rooms available)
* Good for 8 persons
* Aircon Room
* Private Toilet

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Location: Our resort is situated at Blue Lagoon Beach besides Hanna's Beach Resort.

 

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About Pagudpud - Agua Seda Beach Resort

In the Northern tip of Luzon Island in the Philippines found the town of Pagudpud (bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort). Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) is a 1st class municipality and a coastal resort town on the northernmost tip of Luzon in the Philippines. Pagudpud has a population of 20,395 people in 3,854 households according to the latest census.

The Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) is bounded to the east by the Cordillera Mountain Range and to the south by the town of Bangui, the province of Cagayan and the town of Adams. In the north and west lies South China Sea (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort). The Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) rolls over flat coastal land, valleys, hills and mountains. The provincial capital lies 46 miles north of Laoag City, and about 352 miles north of Manila. Pagudpud people spread across 84 square miles and resides in 3,854 homes. Most of the Pagudpud residents make their living through farming, fishing and subsistence retailing. Pagudpud Tourism is a growing part of the Pagudpud economy.

The Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) town contains with vast attractive scenic spots. Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) is generously gifted by its bright white Agua Seda Beach Resort. The Patapat viaduct with panoramic view that embraces the coast and the mountain; the captivating Kabigan falls Pagudpud; the co-called "mountain with a hole" of Bantay Abot Cove Pagudpud, stimulating spring of Paraiso ni Anton in Pagudpud; ; and the Pagudpud Saud White Agua Seda Beach Resort shoreline (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort), renowned for its ivory sand outlined the heart shape peaceful crystal blue water and the coralline coast of Burayoc Point (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort).

The Patapat Viaduct is one thousand three hundred kilometers (1.3 km) concrete coastal bridge that connects the Maharlika Highway from Laoag, Ilocos Norte to the Cagayan Valley Region and it elevated 32 meters over sea level. The starting point rises along the town's coastal mountains which are of the Cordillera Mountain Range that snakes through Northern Luzon. Located in more than sixteen (16) kilometers from the town proper and it is called the fourth (4th) longest bridge in the Philippines. Pasaleng Bay offers a scenic view with the many cool, refreshing springs waiting to be discovered within, a view that leads towards wide and pristine Agua Seda Beach Resortes backed by mountains with breathtaking waterfalls Kabigan and Mabaga.

The elevated concrete highway constructed along winding/rocky headlands is called the Patapat Viaduct from Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) which is near the northernmost roadway section in Ilocos Norte Philippines (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort). The Patapat viaduct would boost tourism for the famous Agua Seda Beach Resortes of Pagudpud.

Ilocos region is also known for famous tourist attractions like the Bangui Windmills, Malacanang of The North and Cape Bojeador Lighthouse aside from Pagudpud. The Patapat Viaduct is an important transport link connecting the major road networks of Ilocos Norte and Cagayan Valley Region. Below just several meters from the mountain side is the spectacular view of Pasaleng Bay (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) on the rocky seashore of Patapat Viaduct from Pagudpud.

The Patapat Viaduct from Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) was constructed to solve the problem of landslides in able to avoid vehicular accident. The completion of the Patapat viaduct improves the safety for all those passing through it. Pagudpud tourists would fully appreciate the major highway’s safety aside from the breath-taking scenic view along the coastal line of Northern Luzon. The Patapat viaduct has 1.129-kilometer stretch of reinforced concrete structure which comprises of 76 spans and forms part of the Laoag-Allacapan Road Section that runs along the seashore beneath the steep slopes of the Patapat Mountains in Pagudpod, Ilocos Norte. Patapat viaduct had been known to be dangerous for motorists since it is located near rugged mountain cliffs. The tourism industry in the North was paralyzed before due to Patapat Viaduct has undergone series of damages. Landslides and rockslides always destroy the road often with human casualties. Patapat Viaduct is a 1.3 km concrete coastal bridge that connects the Maharlika Highway from Laoag, Ilocos Norte to the Cagayan Valley Region, is known as the 4th longest bridge in the Philippines.

The town of Pagudpud Ilocos Norte found Kabigan Falls (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort), it is about one and a half kilometer (1.5km) away from the national road of Pagudpud, you can either walk to get there in Kabigan Falls Pagudpud which it will take you about 30 minutes or you can rent the off road vehicle going to Kabigan Falls Pagudpud. There will be an entrance fee of Twenty Pesos (P20.00) upon entering Kabigan Falls Pagudpud whereas along the way you will pass by Pagudpud farmlands, Pagudpud streams and then finally the Pagudpud falls which is exquisitely beautiful, water is so clear and cold, and you can even see the bottom of the waterfall basin.

Pagudpud is politically subdivided into sixteen (16) barangays or town namely Aggasi, Baduang, Balaoi, Burayoc, Caunayan, Dampig, Ligaya, Pancian, Pasaleng, Poblacion 1, Poblacion 2, Saguigui, Saud, Subec, Tarrag, and Caparispisan.

Pagudpud (Agua Seda Beach Resort) town growing continually because of the steady stream of local and foreign tourists flocking to the white, soft and powdery sand seaside town. Its crystal-blue water and white-sand Agua Seda Beach Resortes makes Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) a retreat for tourists. There is an an emerging tourists attraction called Maira-Ira Point (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) which is a secluded Agua Seda Beach Resort known as the Blue Lagoon. A secondary concrete road on the north side of the Maharlika

Highway is the access to these Pagudpud public Agua Seda Beach Resortes (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort). A sea arch can be seen On the way to the Blue Lagoon (- close to Agua Seda Beach Resort). Much of the town's coast lines up are the Coconut trees (- close to Agua Seda Beach Resort). The Batanes Islands (- close to Agua Seda Beach Resort) are visible from Patapat National Park on a clear day.

Pagudpud resorts or hotel structures are either made of wood or concrete covered with cogon or anahaw leaves. Most of the former Pagudpud residences converted their homes as accommodation for Pagudpud tourists. During peak season when most hotels and resorts were occupied by Pagudpud tourists usually take local residences when left with nowhere to stay.

Pagudpud resorts or hotel are all accredited by the Pagudpud Department of Tourism.  The Pagudpud Department of Tourism provides training-seminar in tourist-handling to all Pagudpud resorts or hotel to get the accreditation. The Pagudpud resorts also complied with accommodation requirements such as comfort rooms, equivalent rooms such as Pagudpud - Agua Seda Beach Resort standard room, Pagudpud - Agua Seda Beach Resort deluxe room, Pagudpud - Agua Seda Beach Resort family room, Pagudpud - Agua Seda Beach Resort suite room, Pagudpud dorm room, Pagudpud backpacker room, Pagudpud barkada room and adequate water, ventilation and lighting.

The Pagudpud Department of Tourism has accredited more than thirty five Pagudpud resorts while about twenty Pagudpud resorts operate without Pagudpud Department of Tourism accreditation. The Pagudpud resorts are expanded in the community of Saud, Burayoc, Balaoi and in the Poblacion. As an accredited Pagudpud resorts, the Pagudpud resorts are given promotional support and marketing assistance by the Pagudpud Department of Tourism.

Pagudpud (Agua Seda Beach Resort) tourists may cook their own food or ask the Pagudpud (Agua Seda Beach Resort) host family to cook for them.

How to get to Pagudpud:

Pagudpud By Bus:
Normally, we will take a bus going to Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) from Maria De Leon and Florida Bus Lines located along Sampaloc University of Sto.Tomas, Manila and RCJ Bus line located Lacson Avenue Espana Manila. These Pagudpud buses (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) usually departs leaving the terminal going to Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) at 8:00PM, passenger bound to Pagudpud should be in the Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) terminal 30 minutes before departure. It will take 12 hours travel going to Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort), there will be three stop over usually in Tarlac for passenger's dinner bound to Pagudpud, then next is La Union, Laoag and then Ilocus Sur before Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort). The Patapat viaduct is about more than sixteen (16) kilometers from Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte.  From Pagudpud (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort), simply head northeast towards Cagayan.

The bus will arrive at the Pagudpud Bus Terminal (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort) just beside Pagudpud Municipal Hall. Crowed of tricycle drivers and fixers will distract and persuade you to ride with them going to Pagudpud resorts (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort). Deciding which tricycle going to Pagudpud, passenger must find and take tricycle with DOT Accreditation ID only bound to Pagudpud resorts (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort). The tricycle could only accommodate three (3) persons going to Pagudpud resorts (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort), and it cost ten (P10.00) each passenger (- bound to Agua Seda Beach Resort).

Pagudpud By Private Car:
Driving your own car from Manila, San Fernando, Tarlac, La Union to Pagudpud are all paved roads however you cannot speed up on the hi-way because of speed cameras located in the NLEX. You will not get lost going to Pagudpud for the road signs are clear enough going to Pagudpud and better bring atlas map with you or map going to Pagudpud. Tarlac and Pangasinan to Pagudpud will sometimes slow you down for there are traffics sometimes. Other alternative roads going to Pagudpud is way around via Nueva Vizcaya and Tuguegarao. If you are from Baguio bound to Pagudpud Agua Seda Beach Resort, it is another six hours though. Stay in Pagudpud (Agua Seda Beach Resort) or any of the resorts...

The right sequential travel order from Manila to Pagudpud (book in Agua Seda Beach Resort) on a road trip are from Paoay Church, Fort Ilocandia, Sand Dunes, , Bangui Windmills, Cape Bojeador lighthouse, Pagudpud Saud Agua Seda Beach Resortes - bount to Agua Seda Beach Resort, Blue Lagoon - close to Agua Seda Beach Resort, and then Patapat Viaduct bridge.

SAMPLE PAGUDPUD BUDGET TOUR PACKAGES:
Pagudpud Budget 1 (Agua Seda Beach Resort) - minimum of 10 persons
Inclusions:

  • 3D/2N Accommodations at Agua Seda Beach Resort
  • Private Transport Service Manila-Pagudpud-Manila (including driver, gas, toll fees)
  • Ilocos Tour (Batac, Paoay, Vigan, Laoag, Pagudpod and others
  • All Entrance and Guide Fees
  • Service of In-house helper/ Cook
  • 3 Day Travel Insurance

Pagudpud Budget 2 ( Agua Seda Beach Resort w/ Meals) - minimum of 10 persons
Inclusions:

  • 3D/2N Accommodations at Agua Seda Beach Resort
  • Private Transport Service Manila-Pagudpud-Manila (including driver, gas, toll fees)
  • Ilocos Tour (Batac, Paoay, Vigan, Laoag, Pagudpod and others
  • All Entrance and Guide Fees
  • 8 Meals (3 Breakfast, 3 Lunch, 2 dinners)
  • 3 Day Travel Insurance

Pagudpud Budget 3 (Agua Seda Beach Resort) - minimum of 10 persons
Inclusions:

  • 3D/2N Accommodations in a Agua Seda Beach Resort in Pagudpud
  • Private Transport Service Manila-Pagudpud-Manila (including driver, gas, toll fees)
  • Ilocos Tour (Batac, Paoay, Vigan, Laoag, Pagudpod and others
  • All Entrance and Guide Fees
  • With Daily Breakfast for 10 persons
  • 3 Day Travel Insurance

Sample Pagudpud Itinerary packages:
Pagudpud Tour Day 1

  • Quirino Bridge in Bantay
  • Chavit Singson's Baluarte
  • St. Augustine Church and Bell Tower
  • St. Paul Cathedral
  • Fr. Jose Burgos Museum
  • Pagburnayan (Vigan Jar Factory)
  • Crisologo Museum
  • Marcos Mausoleum
  • Paoay Church
  • Malacanan of the North
  • Market for Supplies in Laoag (if necessary)

Pagudpud Tour Day 2

  • Paraiso ni Anton
  • Ilocos - Cagayan Boundary Canopy
  • Patapat Viaduct
  • Bagong Lipunan Lodge Ruins
  • Kabigan Falls
  • Bantay-Abot Cave
  • Maira-ira Cove (Blue Lagoon)
  • Saud White Agua Seda Beach Resort

Pagudpud Tour Day 3

  • Bangui Windmills
  • Bangui Viewdeck
  • Burgos Lighthouse
  • Pasuquin Bakery (Maker of Biscocho)
  • Calle Crisologo (Old Houses Vigan)
  • Vigan Wet Market for pasalubong
  • Aling Insiangs Empanada
  • Marcia's Royal Bibingka.

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