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The beautiful cove named Maira-ira Beach lies in Maira-ira Point, the northern tip of Pagudpud. This beach is more popularly known as Blue Lagoon and is one of the many attractions that the Province of Ilocos Norte has to offer. It has a long stretch of white sands kissed by clear, turquoise blue water.
Take a stroll via Google Maps:

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HOW TO GET THERE:

1. From Laoag, there’s a bus routing to Pagudpud on a daily basis. Fare is roughly P200 per pax.

2. From Pagudpud town proper, you can hire a tricycle which will take you straight to Blue Lagoon. Distance from the town proper to Blue Lagoon is about 18 kilometers.

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Timmangtang Rock by Sheila Rouge blog.
  • Tour packages in Pagudpud include various tourist destinations including Patapat Viaduct, Bantay Abot Cave and Timmangtang Rock.
  • Packages range between P300 and P500 per tricycle.
  • There’s a P20 entrance fee going to Blue Lagoon (that was way back 2013).

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    Bantay Abot Cave
WHERE TO STAY:These are some of the hotels and resorts near Blue Lagoon in Pagudpud. Room rates are expected to be higher during peak season.

In our case, we stayed in a transient in Saud beach – 2 hours away from Blue Lagoon.

Have fun, Juan!

GO BACK to 10 Must-See Sights in Ilocos Norte

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