On wild waters where strong winds blow, windsurfing is an excellent sports to engage in. Also known as board sailing, it involves riding on the surface of the water on a board with a sail that is propelled by the wind. The best time for windsurfing in the Philippines is during the Amihan season, which lasts from early November until mid-April, when the weather is warm and dry with steady wind conditions.
Boracay is the best place for windsurfing beginners. It has a perfect mixture of sun, heat and surf. There are spots there where the water is always warm and the lagoon is shallow enough to stand in most places. Another some of the most popular wind surfing destinations in the Philippines are Lake Caliraya, Subic Bay, Anchor Bay Water Sports, Anilao, and Pagudpud.
At Saud Beach Resort and Hotel we offer a special package for wonderful people like you! A typical weekend stay includes overnight accommodations in any of our fully air-conditioned rooms, each with a veranda and sunset view, private shower and toilet, coffee table, a mini-refrigerator and mini bar, and sulo lights facing the beach area.
Of course, there are also the golden white sand beaches where you can swim, snorkel, scuba dive, ride bancas, wind surf, play beach volleyball and badminton to your heart’s content. Beach huts and beach lounges are provided free of charge for check-in guests.. Continue reading
Facing the West Philippine Sea, Pagudpud’s beaches are nothing short of amazing: Stretches of white sand lined with coconut trees and crystal-blue water. Located at the northernmost tip of the Luzon island, Pagudpud is a sleepy coastal town. But the locals are definitely generous with their smiles. It’s not overrun by tourists yet, but it’s getting there. So head on out — now. Continue reading
From tip to tip, the Philippines has all sorts of fun to offer. To make sure you cover everything, start right at the top! Ilocandia is the perfect beginning to an awesome Philippine adventure.
When you start your Ilocos Norte adventure, you are most likely to start in Laoag. It’s the capital of Ilocos Norte and the hub of everything Ilocano. Just go to Museo Ilocos Norte and you’ll see. The region’s main offices and universities are also located here. World-famous sights such as Pagudpud, Paoay and Vigan are less than an hour’s journey away. Ilocos Norte is a coastal province so different colors of sand can be found here — the blackest of black in Laoag, the brown sands in Currimao, Continue reading