Pudtol is a municipality in the province of Apayao.
Places of Interest
The following are places of interest, tourist attractions and/or notable landmarks in Pudtol.
- Apayao River – a clean, unpolluted body of water that traverses the whole of Apayao except the town of Conner
- Agora Wildlife Sanctuary
- Emilia Church Ruins
- Hutungan – also called Hidden Paradise; is a newly-opened tourist destination in the town; “hutungan” means “large rocks”
- Maton River – offers exquisite rock formations, a lush forest landscape, clean and clear water; perfect for picnics, swimming, rock climbing, and diving
- Mount Solo – still barely explored; no established trails; thickly forested; excellent for hiking, mountaineering, trekking, and sightseeing
- Mataguisi Church Ruins – considered a historical landmark
- Nagan River – awarded as the Cleanest Inland Body of Water in the Philippines (Grand Slam Awardee, Gawad Kalinga sa Kapaligiran); 10 kilometers away from the town center, perfect for picnics, swimming, and boating
- Pinya Festival – month of June
How To Get There
NOTE: For your own safety and in deference to the natives who live in this town, it is important to coordinate with the Local Government Unit and Information Officer of Pudtol before you attempt to visit the area.
- By Plane: Board a flight bound for Tuguegarao City, Cagayan. From Tuguegarao City, ride the Chona Patrick Bus Line or the PUTODA Van bound for Pudtol.
- By Bus (From Manila): Ride a bus bound for Tuguegarao City. Bus lines available are: Dugupan Bus, Baliwag Transit, Genesis, and Victory Liner. From Tuguegarao City, ride the Chona Patrick Bus Line or the PUTODA Van bound for Pudtol.