PAGUDPUD is located at the northern tip of the Philippines. It's white-sand beaches and crystal-blue water make it a haven for tourists (mainly surfers) from all over the world. Maira-Ira Point is an emerging attraction with its secluded beach known as the Blue Lagoon and is the most popular surf spot in the area. Strong winds brought by the Amihan season make the paddle out difficult, however those winds make this an ideal kitesurfing spot.
The region of Bicol in Luzon is regarded as the extreme sports mecca of the Philippines due in part to the emergence of the Camsur Watersports Complex. CWC offers a 6-point cable system, coupled with restaurants, sand bars, spas, pro-shops and grand stands for viewing.
SECO ISLAND once secret, is now the most popular kitesurfing safari destination in the Philippines. Accessible by boat only, the island gets is name from it's resemblance of an elbow (“siko” in native tongue) and boasts 400m of pure white sand in the middle of the ocean with the tallest shrub standing only a few feet high. It is regarded as the best kite spot in the country because of the consistent winds, the tranquility and the scenery in the surrounding area.
Boracay is a tropical island located approximately 315 km to (200 miles) south of Manila and 2 km to the north-western tip of the island of Panay in Eastern Visayas in the Philippines. This is one of the famous destination for tourists in the country. It is regarded as #6 in the top 10 beaches of the world with it’s infamous white sand and the breathtaking sunset view. It is regarded as the Ibiza of the Philippines, It houses the biggest beach resorts in the country and even national / international franchises around the island.