Getting Here


International and domestic flights

Domestic: Laoag City is accessible by domestic flights for two hours. Laoag Airport is about 2hours from the Saud, Pagudpud.

Asian Spirit (Jet Aircraft) flies from Manila to Laoag every Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Cebu Pacific (Airbus) provides three times a week flights from Manila to Laoag on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

International: International flight going to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Airport or Clark International Airport travel time to Manila from popular cities.

Hong Kong, 1 and 50 minutes

Singapore, 3 hours and 10 minutes

Bangkok, 3 hours and 50 minutes

Tokyo, 4 hours and 15 minutes

Sydney, 10 hours and 20 minutes

London, 20 hours and 45 minutes

Paris, 21 hours and 15 minutes

Frankfurt, 19 hours and 40 minutes

San Francisco, 16 hours and 15 minutes

Los Angeles, 15 hours and 20 minutes

New York, 25 hours and 20 minutes

Provincial Bus

From Metro Manila to Pagudpud

Verify with each bus company for schedules, fares and accurate destinations. Some of the companies listed below travel only as far as Laoag City, the provincial capital of Ilocos Norte. From there, hop on a mini-bus, jeep or trycicle to Saud, Pagudpud.

Auto Bus
Dimasalang cor. Laong Laan St., Sampaloc, Manila

Fariñas Transit
Laong-Laan St., cor. M. dela Fuente, Sampaloc, Manila

Maria De Leon Transit
Dapitan St., Sampaloc, Manila

Partas Transit
Aurora Blvd., cor. Bernardo St., Cubao, QC.

Philippine Rabbit
Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz, Manila

RCJ Transit
1558 España, Sampaloc Manila

Viron Transit
1209 Dapitan cor. Blumentritt St., Sampaloc, Manila

Viron Transit
1209 Dapitan cor. Blumentritt St., Sampaloc, Manila

GV Florida transit
Earnshaw St. Sampaloc, Manila

Driving by Car

From Metro Manila to Pagudpud

11-14 hours drive away from Manila, Pagudpud is located at the northernmost tip of the Philippines.

Starting point 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).

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