March 09, 2017

Blue, white, and zip: Blue Lagoon

  • HOME
  • Travel
  • Blue, white, and zip: Blue Lagoon
  • Pagudpud’s most popular beach destination, Blue Lagoon is called as such because of the azure blue waters that can be found in this lagoon. It’s a good place for families with kids thanks to Hannah’s Resort and Convention Center, the largest resort in Pagudpud.

    Some of the activities you can do in Blue Lagoon are riding a jet ski, surfing, and the longest over-water zipline in the country. Hannah’s operates a zip line that’s over 1 km long which will have tourists flying over Blue Lagoon.

    Several surfing schools, like Surfville and Kapuluan Surf School, can be found along the shoreline of Blue Lagoon. Souvenir shops are also located along the coast, along with transient houses and homestays that are perfect for people looking to save money on their trip.

    While it is largely dominated by Hannah’s Resort and Convention Center, Blue Lagoon is still home to other places for people to stay in. The large number of pension and transient houses attracts those people who are on a bit of a budget, while other resorts offers people something other than what they have at Hannah’s.

    Blue Lagoon has an entrance fee of P20 per person if you’re a tourist. Seniors, students, and children get a discount of P10. Parking is free, although you will need to find your own space. You can also get there via tricycle, removing the need to look for parking space.

     

    Details:

    Blue Lagoon
    Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte

               
               
    You might also like...
    Planning your Vacation this ‘Ber-season? Filipinos are Turning to Hosting to Fund their Vacations
    GOOTOPIA Slimes Its Way to SM Mall of Asia with Goolactic Challenges Starting August
    Paoay Lake Water Park: The First-Ever Floating Playground in the North
    LIST: Hidden Lakeside Camp Sites in Cavinti, Laguna for Your Next Staycation
    CaSoBe is a Dreamy BeachTown Where Working from Anywhere Means Working from Paradise