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Located in Pagudpod, Ilocos Norte, Pannzian Beach and Mountain Resort boasts of the breathtaking view of the Luzon Strait and the Pico de Loro Mountain.Pannzian Resort provides the visitor a peaceful setting for rest and recharge. Every room has a view of the lush tropical gardens offering a wide array of color, sights and sounds.
What to do?
Walk the length of the shoreline and Watch local fisherman hauling their nets in a multi-colored pebble beach; Go fishing or boating; Trek up to the mountain spring , Hike to Kabigan Falls or Climb the mountain to Mabaga Falls and Swim in their cool pristine waters; Take a dip at the river within the beach area; Bask under sunny skies*; Admire the eagles way up in the sky; Read a book in one of the numerous nipa huts and Listen to the grass grow; Share life stories over a bonfire and Enjoy the company of stars.
How to get there?
From Metro Manila, take any of the following:
Air Philippines to Laoag International Airport (45 minutes)
Buses daily from Laoag-laan (Fariñas, Maria de Leon & Auto Bus) and Cubao (Partas) terminals (8 hours to Laoag). From Laoag City, the resort offers transport services. Reservations should be made 3 days prior to your visit. Otherwise, local buses that head toward Claveria in Cagayan will bring you straight to the resort.
RCJ buses (bound to Cagayan) in España cor. Gov. Forbes will take you straight to Pannzian.
Step 1. From Manila, take the North Diversion Rd. to the national highway. This will take you through Pampanga, Tarlac, Pangasinan, La Union and Ilocos Sur.
Step 2. At Ilocos Norte, head towards the Provincial Capitol in Laoag City. On J.P. Rizal Ave. make a right. Then make a left on Gen. Segundo Ave. (or Bacerra Rd.) the second corner (landmark, Mr. Donut)
Step 3. Head down Gen. Segundo Ave. to the National Highway. You will
pass the towns of Bacarra, Pasuquin, Burgos and Banqui. Do not enter
Pagudpod Bayan (to the left) but continue on the highway going towards
Cagayan. When you reach the Patapat bridge, the resort will just be
5 minutes away, and is on the left side of the national road.
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