Quitinday Falls

If the image above isn’t thrilling, what is? Despite the similarity in name with Quitinday Hills of Camalig, Quitinday Falls and Underground River is kilometers away and located in different town of Albay. Local’s say that it is their version of Palawan Underground River and Cebu’s Kawasan Falls rolled into one but I must say that it is beautifully unique but equally magical and thrilling. Located in the town of Jovellar of Albay Province, Quitinday Falls and Underground River recently gained attention via social media…Continue Reading “Quitinday Falls and Underground River of Jovellar, Albay”

Casino Peak

It is not Bohol’s Chocolate Hills nor Albay’s Quitinday Hills! It may not be taken from Osmeña Peak but the roof of Cebu still. It’s Casino Peak! The ragged peaks of Mantalongon Range is undeniably among the most picturesque mountain peaks not only in Cebu but in the entire Philippines. The mountain range borders the towns of Badian and Dalaguete and covers various sitios and barangays of the two towns. It features countless conic peaks reminiscent of Bohol’s Chocolate Hills and Albay’s Quitinday Hills. For…Continue Reading “Casino Peak: The Roof of Cebu in Different View”

Pagsanjan Falls

Nested at the foot of Mount Banahaw is the town of Cavinti in the province of Laguna, home to at least five waterfalls including perhaps the most famous in the country – Pagsanjan Falls or Magdapio Falls or Cavinti Falls. Magdapio Falls (or Cavinti Falls or Pagsanjan if you are from Pagsanjan) is the third and lowest level of the three-tier waterfalls along Cavinti River in Barangay Anglas and Tibatib, Cavinti, Laguna. The water drops from a height of 120 meters against a cave and…Continue Reading “Day Trip to Magdapio Falls (Pagsanjan Falls) and Kipot Falls: A Budget DIY Itinerary, Expenses and Tips”

Dunsulan Falls

The Province of Bataan is a good day trip from Manila if you are into history, nature and adventure. Approximately two hours away from the Metro, the peninsula is popular for its historical sites, beaches and mountains. Not everyone knows though that the peninsula is also home to majestic waterfalls. There are more than 10 waterfalls in the province and I had a chance to visit three of them – Dunsulan Falls of Pilar, Limutan  Falls and Ambon-Ambon Falls both of Bagac. Dunsulan Falls Nested…Continue Reading “Escape to Bataan: Dunsulan Falls, Ambon-Ambon Falls and Limutan Falls”

Tangadan Falls

The archipelago of 7,107 islands that make up the Philippines is blessed with unparalleled natural wonders that truly beckon. Visayas is known for its beautiful beaches while Mindanao is home to some of the country’s majestic waterfalls, the Northern Luzon province of La Union, on the other hand, is home to both – beautiful beaches and majestic waterfalls such as Tangadan Falls. Situated in the town of San Gabriel, Tangadan Falls is one of at least ten waterfalls in the town. It is a two-tier…Continue Reading “Tangadan Falls: The Icon of San Gabriel, La Union”

Situbo Falls

Save from the major cities of Dipolog and Dapitan, the vastness of Zamboanga del Norte generally remains a secret. Truth be told, what lies beyond the twin city is greek to most. Unknown to many, beautiful surprises await the curious ones who choose to discover the province’s soul. Awesome surprises in the form of natural wonders – summits, caves, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and more! Most of which are still unspoilt. One of the province’s most beautiful secret is tucked amid the dense foliage of the…Continue Reading “Situbo Falls: Tampilisan, Zamboanga del Norte’s Awesome Surprise”