Come and visit Kabigan Falls. The falls are a very popular place to visit when in Pagudpud and lie in Barangay Balaoi (close to Bantay Abot). The cool waters cascade some 87 feet into a natural concave basin and its somewhat spectacular when there is plenty of water flowing. The name is derived from the word “kaibigan” or “magkaibigan”.
At Kabigan Falls don’t miss the chance for a swim in the cold and crystal clear waters in the basin surrounded by tall green trees that form part of this lush virgin rainforest when you visit.
The Kabigan Falls are easily accessible about 1.5 kilometers from the national highway. It’s an easy 30 minute walk and you can rent an off road vehicle at the entrance.
It’s a very nice vista of green farmland, vegetation and streams, water buffalo (caribou), rice paddies and more. Don’t wear jeans, wear shorts as you will have to hike across several small streams at Kabigan Falls.
Kabigan Falls has an entrance fee of 20 pesos which helps support the preservation area. You can hire a local Kabigan Falls guide for 100 pesos.
Where is Pagudpud? Pagudpud or Pagudpod as its occasionally known as, is simply wonderful one day and really great the next. Many let know it's the Boracay of the North, We explain it is Boracay as it formerly was! And that's why it's so popular. It is Boracay as it was 25 years ago! The natural white sands of Saud Beach are located at Pagudpud and a great base for visiting Kabigan Falls.
The peaceful coastal village of Pagudpud is located on the most Northern tip of Luzon, in the Philippines and is about 50 miles up the seashore from Laoag City, the capital of Ilocos Norte province. It is also around 350 miles north of Manila, you can drive, catch a bus or take a flight to Laoag City.
The Kabigan Falls community is located to the north of Bangui and its now famed Bangui windmills and inland lies the monumental and majestic Cordillera Mountain Range, the largest mountain range in the Philippines. Across the other side of the mountain range lies the province of Cagayan. To the North and the West are the warm and inviting waters of the South China Sea.
A lot of astute international tourists are today becoming extremely interested. Lately one of Australia's most respected and foremost international travel writers ranked Saud Beach as Number 1 on the list of the Top Ten best Asian Beaches. We all knew that anyway. Try and uncover Pagudpud before the tourists all find out.
The local Kabigan Falls area comprises really lovely and almost abandoned beaches, some outstanding waterfalls, beautiful Instagrammable picturesque vistas, and that authentic and real genuine get away from the rat race in the city feeling. It is no wonder that so many movies and television commercials are filmed nearby. Visit Kabigan Falls when you visit the area.