If Boracay is too crowded for you, then Pagudpud is just the place for those who want their daily dose of Vitamin Sea. The coastal town is famous for its white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and most especially, serenity and calmness.
Unlike Boracay, Pagudpud’s beaches and resorts have retained their nature-esque facade with minimal development. Saud Beach is a tranquil spot to start your seaside venture: less people means more time for you to relax and enjoy nature. From there, Blue Lagoon in Maira-Ira Cove will greet you with blue waters and enough waves to enjoy a round of surfing.
There’s more to Pagudpud than just beaches. There’s the Bantay Abot Cave, which translates to Mountain with a hole; Dos Hermanos islands to hop and is accessible by sandbar during low tide; the Kaibigan waterfalls; the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation in Burgos, you name it, and Pagudpud has something in store for you.