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    Travel Guide: San Pascual (Burias Island)

    Wednesday, September 30, 2015

    For an archipelagic country made up of more than seven thousand landmass, a scenery of islands and islets scattered on azure water seems typical and ordinary. But those who truly love the sun, sea and sand know by heart that each island or islet or…

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  • Biri Island

    Travel Guide: Biri Island

    Friday, July 10, 2015

    If there is one place that best represents Northern Samar to the tourism map, it is most probably the island municipality of Biri. Biri is a typical laid back Philippine island, rural and quaint. Home to not more than 12,000 inhabitants, its coast is rugged…

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  • Tanay

    Travel Guide: Tanay

    Wednesday, June 3, 2015

    The province of Rizal is just a stone throw away from the Metropolis and yet it seems to be always overlooked by tourists. Unbeknownst to many, the province boasts of numerous attractions that will surely delight outdoor persons, most specially nature lovers and adventurous ones….

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  • Tinglayan

    Travel Guide: Buscalan (Tinglayan)

    Tuesday, February 10, 2015

    Immerse with the unique culture and tradition of the mountain people and be awed with the natural beauty of one of the least explored provinces of Cordilleras – Kalinga! An off-beat travel destination, the province of Kalinga offers beyond what most expect. And where’s best to…

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  • Bongao

    Travel Guide: Tawi-Tawi

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

    In the southernmost tip of the Philippine archipelago is a cluster of 107 islands and islets scattered over Sulu and Celebes Seas, closer to Malaysia than the nearest Philippine city of Zamboanga. But is not your usual tourists destination for it is enveloped by the ghost…

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    Updated Travel Guide: Sagada

    Monday, June 2, 2014

    Fifteen hundred feet above the sea is a small and tranquil town of Sagada in Mountain Province, 275 Kilometers north of Manila. A remote town with so much to offer to anyone who chooses to experience its distinct appeal. With its temperate weather, wondrous caves and cliffs, lofty rice terraces and waterfalls, luscious foods and delicacies, rich heritage and traditions […]

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Category: Itinerary

Biliran Affair: Beach Bumming in Sambawan Island and Waterfall Chasing in Biliran (3D/2N Itinerary, Expenses & Tips)

Sambawan Island

Bring with you your love for the tropical island life and your undying sense of adventure and make your way to the island province of Biliran, one of the pride of Eastern Visayas. With numerous islands and islets that make up the province, Biliran boasts…

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Jan
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Category: Nature, Spots

Candijay, Bohol: Cadapdapan Rice Terraces and Can-Umantad Falls

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Go beyond the usual Bohol itinerary and be mesmerized with other surprises that are hidden in the suburbs of Tagbilaran City. Because there’s more in Bohol than the Chocolate Hills, centuries old churches, man-made forest or the iconic Tarsiers. Two hours away from Tagbilaran, approximately…

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Jan
19

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Category: Travelogues

Surfing in Gubat, Sorsogon: The Next Big Thing in Bicol

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I could smell and hear the waves as Gael and I walked towards the long stretch of Rizal Beach. The crashing was so loud, the waves must be huge! I was so excited but I tried to hide it to Gael. Then as if a…

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Jan
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Category: Nature, Spots

Siniloan Beyond Buruwisan: Tulay na Bato Falls, Hagdang Bato Falls, Asul na Talon and Kalawang Falls

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Siniloan, the northeastern most town of the province of Laguna, is home to numerous waterfalls that lie along its different river systems. In fact, among their official tourism slogans is “Waterfalls Sanctuary of Eastern Laguna.” This is without a doubt as it is nested at…

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Jan
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Category: Dive Report

Dive Report: Back to Moalboal

Moalboal

There’s something about Moalboal that beckons my senses, the sardine run, I guess. I haven’t seen other dive site in the Philippines that matches the rare phenomenon. Drifting underneath the millions of sardines that cloud the blue water above is such a defining experience. Its…

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Category: The List

Best Time to Travel in the Philippines

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That is the big question! But understand that the Philippines is an archipelagic country with different climatic types due to differences in geography and distances between the islands, so it is possible that it is raining hard in Manila and yet it is sunny and blue sky in Boracay. So forget about the weather! After all, there are other reasons why one place is best visited on specific month.

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Calinawan Cave

Snapshot: Calinawan Cave

Friday, February 5, 2016

Calinawan Cave Barangay Tandang Kutyo, Tanay, Rizal To near yet too far… that is exactly what Tanay is. With its close proximity to Metro Manila, Tanay is often overlooked by tourists. Unbeknownst to many, the town harbors a lot of attractions and natural wonders that will surely delight…

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The Colors of Anini-y, Antique

Monday, February 1, 2016

On the southernmost tip of Panay Island lies Anini-y, a coastal municipality of the Province of Antique, an emerging heritage and eco-tourism hot spot. Anini-y is unpretentious and laid back. With its rich natural resources and beautiful scenery, the town is a perfect synergy of bounty…

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Snapshot: The Lonely Sentinel of Balabac

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Cape Melville Lighthouse Balabac Island Balabac, Palawan In the farthest tip of the Balabac Island, Municipality of Balabac, the southernmost town of Palawan, is an aging yet beautiful lighthouse – Cape Melville Lighthouse. Cape Melville Lighthouse was built in late 1800’s and is one of the few remaining Spanish-era lighthouses…

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Snapshot: The Last of the Last Frontier

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Balabac Palawan Palawan, dubbed as the Philippines’ last frontier, beckons everyone with its sunbathe-ready white sand beaches, dive-tastic coral reefs, jaw-dropping limestone karst mountains, eye-catching hues of the sea and other natural wonders that will definitely awe you! Whether you choose El Nido, Coron, Culion, Port…

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Get Insured Now, Thank Me Later

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Saturday, January 16, 2016

I woke up today on the very same hour of the day that I wake up every working day of the week. I took a hot shower, prepared myself to work, ate a chunk of what’s in the table while scanning the daily, left home…

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Go Create Your Own Adventure and Win Awesome Prizes!

Category: Others

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Two days, eight explorers, seven waterfalls, one awesome adventure… all in less than Php900! Last weekend was definitely an epic one! We ventured in Eastern Laguna to trek Mount Romelo and chase some of its waterfalls. Mount Romelo (Mount Famy to some) is situated in…

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Change of Heart, Hello Sun!

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Monday, June 29, 2015

Life is all about the path we take and the choices we make. Be it on a huge life changing decisions to smaller things of our day-to-day living, our life involves and revolves on choices. Choices make our day… make our life. Where shall I eat?…

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Life On The Road: Don’t Let the Pains Stop You

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

It was December last year when I ventured into the Nepal to trek to Annapurna Base Camp. Alone and unguided, I braved the solitude and endured the cold Himalayan winter to fulfill a dream. So I trekked for six days and five nights to 4,130-meter…