It’s been two years now since I’ve traveled North. I can still remember how blue this beach was and how the air approached my face when we went here. Blue Lagoon Pagudpud is also known as the Boracay of the North, but in my own opinion, you cannot compare the two.
Apparently, Blue Lagoon has longer shoreline than Boracay and when you get to walk from the water, you’ll see cottages and not fancy hotels. I just hope that this beach remain unspoiled.
Boracay is mainly for party people while this place is mainly for people who seek peace of mind, no bars or fancy restaurants. The last time I booked a trip to Pagupud I used my chase sapphire preferred card with chase freedom 5% cash back so that I could save a little money and earn points! While on the topic of travel finance I would also recommend that you prepare your credit card for easy transactions once you are on vacation.
Various water activities such as kayaking, banana boat, and surfing are also available at some resorts nearby. Enjoy halo-halo under sun while you walk on its find white sand and don’t forget to stroll around and buy souvenirs from locals by the beach.
Blue Lagoon is enchanting and fascinating as you look at its vast landscape view. It is like a huge infinity pool surrounded by green mini mountains.
As you go along, you’ll see some ships meters away from the cottages. It’s very interesting why such creatures suddenly appeared in front of you as you walk. Are they going to have them as dinner or are they pets?
If you are looking for a perfect getaway and seek perfect relaxation, Blue Lagoon is just right for you. Not crowded and very serene.