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Holiday Complex Hotel in Pagudpud, Philippines

Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex, Sitio Jupiter, Saud, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte 2919, Philippines

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Be it the draw of Saud’s many tropical attractions or the stunning scenery of Saud’s pristine white sands, crystal blue waters, aquamarine waters, the flora and fauna, and the verdant mountains surroundings, the welcome will always be warm at the Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex, this private family run holiday complex at the northern tip of the Philippines!

Highlights

  • 15 minutes away from surf spots
  • 15 minutes away from surf rental spots
  • Air-conditioned accommodation
  • Kids and adults' swimming pool
  • Restaurant and bar onsite
  • Free Wi-Fi

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Accommodation

Check-in Time:
14:00
Check-out Time:
11:00

Facilities

  • Swimming pool (outdoor)
  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Bar
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Smoke-free property
  • Terrace
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

You'll stay in Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex, where hotel guest rooms are designed with amenities meant for comfort, convenience, and the pleasure to suit your needs. The hotel guest rooms offered are standard rooms, family rooms and superior rooms, good from two up to 10 persons. While staying at Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex, guests to enjoy the pristine white sands beach, crystal blue waters, aquamarine waters, the flora and fauna and the verdant mountains surroundings.

The rooms consist of one king size bed which is good for two and multiple beds for big hotel guest rooms. Every hotel guest room has a toilet with hot and cold shower, towels, LCD television, air-conditioning, and free Wi-Fi.

Location

The Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex is nestled at Sitio Jupiter, Barangay Saud, Pagudpud. Pagudpud is politically subdivided into 16 barangays including Barangay Saud. Pagudpud is a coastal resort town on the northernmost tip of Ilocos Norte province, the island of Luzon, in the Philippines. Located at the northwest coast of Luzon, and geographically coordinates at 18.558 latitudes and 120.785 longitudes.

The Pagudpud town is bounded to the south by the town of Bangui and to the east by the Cordillera Mountain Range, the town of Adams and the province of Cagayan. The South China Sea lies to the west and north. The town rolls over mountains, hills, valleys, and flat coastal land. It lies 45 miles north of Laoag City, the provincial capital, and about 350 miles north of Manila.

Saud Beach

Saud Beach is a two-kilometer arc of pure sand bordered by the blue of the South China Sea. It is an uncluttered beach devoid of all commercialism and crowds that usually spoil the appeal of a quiet beach destination. It is a haven for swimmers, snorkeling enthusiasts, and windsurfers, and it is fast becoming another surfers’ paradise in the Philippines.

Roughly an hour away by land travel from Laoag International Airport, this picturesque beach is renowned for its crystal clear waters, fine white-cream sand and underwater sceneries of multi-colored corals and iridescent fish. Saud Beach is definitely one of Philippine tourism’s best-kept secrets.

Distances

  • Laoag City, 45 miles north
  • Manila, 350 miles north
  • Laoag International Airport (LAO) - 1 hour

Features

Activities

  • Swimming pool (outdoor)

General

  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Bar
  • Dining area
  • Poolside bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace

Services

  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tour assistance
  • Wedding

Food

Meals are not included in your package. However, Palm Grove Saud Holiday Complex has an onsite restaurant and bar. The exceptional restaurant offers local cuisine that inspires your imagination, from tropical fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and seafoods. The choices are endless with something to satisfy everyone from casual all-you-care-to-eat, all prepared by our hotel staff.

The selection of restaurant food offers you the spice of Ilocandia, the freshness of the sea, the variety of Filipino cuisine, the authenticity of the Ilocano and much more. The bar serves local beers, local and Western spirits and wines, tropical fresh fruit juices and softdrinks.

Things to do (optional)

Activities

These days Pagudpud is becoming the surfing capital of the Philippines, guests might as well learn surfing during their stay there and go skinny dipping, boating and swimming all day.

Aside from these got-to-dos that need water, guests can pamper them in taking pictures of some of Mother Nature’s beauty while mountaineering to Kaibigan Falls and walking along the historic streets and landmarks of Vigan, Batac, and Laoag. One big warning that the folks in Ilocos will give them is not to swim too far from the shore because the waters there have a very strong undercurrent that can pull you far off the shore.

And since you won’t be in the region more than once a year unless guests an Ilocano, visit the Marcos’ Mansion and the Marcos Museum to get a taste of their lifestyle during their time in power.

In the northern part of the Philippines is a beach reputed to have the longest contiguous white sand with mighty waves and strong winds that can compare to Hawaii. Wind and wave surfing are the outstanding activities that Pagudpud beach offers its very discriminating customers. Not to mention the inviting views, clear blue waters, and white sand. Pagudpud promises its visitors a magnificent experience in a secluded paradise.

Attractions

Saud White Beach

Saud white beach is very popular not only in the country but also to the other parts of the world. It is a favorite place for movie producers, foreign and local correspondents, foreign travel writers to shoot their films because of its breathtaking views and unique atmosphere. It is even featured on the internet that makes it very popular, a world-class destination. The beach is long stretch sand framing the heart-shaped calm emerald water of the Saud Bay.

Patapat Viaduct

At the foot of the cliff of the North Cordillera Mountain Range is the 12-kilometer winding bridge known as the Patapat Bridge, popularly known as the French Riviera of the Northern Philippines. At the upper part of the cliff, one can still see the etched footbridge that was the only link between Ilocos and Cagayan Valley in the 1960s.

While at the middle of the Patapat Bridge, one can take a look at the awe-inspiring panoramic view of the verdant mountains and the sea below. A glimpse of the old footbridge adds grandeur to the breathtakingly view.

Pasaleng Bay

While at the scenic Patapat Viaduct, one can get an enchanting view of Pasaleng Bay, its beauty unmarred by a shipwreck dating from the Japanese occupation. It is believed that the other half of the ship lies eight fathoms at the depths of scenic Pasaleng Bay, while the other half is at 20 fathoms at scenic Agua Grande. Here, treasure hunters and other adventure seekers, or even simple divers are treated to a wonderful diving experience.

Caunayan Landing Site

Pagudpud does not only pride itself with the bounty of nature’s beauty but also with its historical significance. The cool and serene Caunayan Bay is the site of the first successful landing sites in the northern Philippines during World War II. It is told that this paved the way towards the success of the Allied Forces against the Japanese, which eventually led to the liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese invasion. In the near future, this important site will become, not only a local tourist attraction but an international landmark as well.

Kabigan Falls

Definitely the favorite destination in Pagudpud is Kabigan Falls, where cool fresh water falls 120 feet into a natural basin where visitors can enjoy a refreshing swim. Protected throughout the day by tall trees abundantly growing in one of the few remaining virgin rainforests in the Philippines, one can freely enjoy a whole day’s treat with mother nature’s best.

Bantay Abot Cave

A natural sculpture carved by the wind and sea which means sea mountain with a hole, it is also called the underground sea for on top of the cave is a lustrous vegetative cover. Inside the cave is a church that once you are inside, you do not only hear the echoing sound of the waves, the chirping of the birds but you can also feel the cool breeze of the air.

It is a favorite hangout of swallows that swarm to their roost in the late afternoon. It is a very unique creation partly surrounded by the clear blue sea. Its shore has white sand mixed with fragments of shells and rocks that can be made as a decor. Parts of the shore are forms of rocks where you can sit and relax and enjoy a lucid view of the wide sea and verdant mountains.

The Bangui Wind Mills

The Bangui Wind Mills were built by the North Wind Power Development Corporation to take its share in reducing the emission of harmful greenhouse gases (GHGs) causing global warming and to accelerate the rural electrification of the government.

In this area, wind mostly comes from the north-east, from the sea towards the land. To optimize the full benefit of the winds, turbines are installed along the shore facing the sea effectively removing windbreaks and achieving a terrain roughness of class 0.

Maira-ira (also known as Blue Lagoon)

Maira-ira point is the name given to Luzon mainland’s northernmost tip. Nestled in its confines is an unspoiled, white-sand cove that has yet to become popular with the mainstream beach-combing crowd. The beach is known simply as Maira-ira or blue lagoon. On calm days, when the notorious Ilocos surf is taking a break, the waters off the cove can be still as a pond, mirroring the azure sky to form a stunning blue loch.

Bolo River

It is a river that divides the Municipality of Pagudpud and Bangui. It is an added attraction to tourist especially those who are into kayaking sports. The portion of the river in Barangay Dampig, Tarrag, and Poblacion 1 have big boulders and deep water ideal for kayaking where shooting into the rapids is fun

Kapurpurawan Rock Formation

The Kapurpurawan rock formation is located on the rocky coast of Burgos, Ilocos Norte. It is known for its creamy white and streamlined limestone formations, which have been sculpted by different oceanic and weather forces.

What's included

  • Accommodation of your choice
  • Free car-park and Wi-Fi
  • Towels, television

What's not included

  • Surf lessons
  • Meals

How to get there

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Driving directions from Manila

  • The starting point is from Balintawak exit going to the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX).
  • From EDSA north-bound lane, turn right at Balintawak exit going to the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX).
  • Travel along the NLEX stretch and exit at DAU Toll Exit.
  • From DAU Toll Exit, skip the Angeles Toll, and exit on the second ramp, going towards the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx).
  • From SCTEx Plaza, exit on the next entrance pointing towards Tarlac / Baguio.
  • Drive through SCTEx until you reach the end of the expressway which is the Tarlac City Interchange.
  • Turn left and go straight until you reach the National Road.
  • Turn right and drive going towards Tarlac City.
  • Just go straight and keep driving along the National Road toward Vigan City.
  • From Vigan City, travel through the same National Road going towards Laoag City.
  • From the City of Laoag, proceed north going to Pagudpud Municipality.
  • Just go straight and keep driving along the National Road toward Barangay Saud.

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Laoag International Airport (LAO). Transport from and to the Laoag International Airport can be arranged at a small cost if booked in advance. Laoag City is accessible by domestic flights for two hours. It is about two hours from Saud, Pagudpud. There are also international flights going to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) or Clark International Airport (CRK).

Arrival by bus

There are many bus companies that travel only as far as Laoag City, the provincial capital of Ilocos Norte. From there, hop on a mini-bus, jeep or tricycle to Saud, Pagudpud.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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Availability

This vacation is available all year round of 2019, please select an arrival date below.

 

Low season

 

  • June 13 - December 19

 

High season

 

  • January 2 - April 17
  • April 22 - 30

 

Christmas week

 

  • December 20 - January 1
 
Easter / Holy week

 

  • April 18 - 21
 
Independence Day weekend

 

  • June 8 - 12
 
Labor Day weekend

 

  • May 1

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