Lake Sebu

Perched in the highlands of South Cotabato is the town of Lake Sebu, home to the indigenous T’boli and Ubo tribes and an emerging eco-tourism and adventure destination in Southern Mindanao. Known for its majestic waterfalls, lakes, rivers and springs, and with its rich biodiversity and culture, Lake Sebu is starting to hit big in the tourism landscape of the region. Its main attractions include Lake Sebu, the biggest of the three lakes that dot the town and an important watershed in the region being…Continue Reading “Lake Sebu: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More”

Mines View Park

You have never been to Baguio if you have not visited the Mines View Park. Cliche as it may sound but it is how iconic and timeless the place is. Approximately four kilometers away from the downtown, Mines View Park is a landscaped park located in the northern outskirts of Baguio City, overlooking the towns of Itogon, Bokod and Kabayan, all in the province of Benguet. The park’s main attraction is an observation deck that offers an imposing view of Cordillera mountain range including the…Continue Reading “Mines View Park: Baguio City’s Best View of Sunrise”

El Nido

North of the mainland Palawan is El Nido, a paradise considered by many as one of their dream destinations. With 45 islands and islets that harbor some of the country’s best white sand beaches, hidden lagoons, picturesque cliffs and rich marine life underneath its Earth, El Nido is indeed a piece of paradise. The town is a managed and resource protected area of Palawan, 238 kilometers from Puerto Princesa. Contrary to common notion that El Nido is an expensive destination, the place is in fact,…Continue Reading “El Nido Travel Guide 2018: How to Get There, Where to Stay, Sample Itinerary & Other Tips!”

Pinatubo

In 1991, a dormant volcano north of Manila discharged millions of tons of sulfur dioxide in the air when it was awaken after more than 600 years of nap, on what is considered as the largest and most catastrophic volcanic eruption in the recent years. Ashes covered the entire Luzon landmass and even reached Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and other neighboring Asian countries. Close to a thousand perished, more than a hundred thousand lost their homes, and billion worth of crops were damaged. The eruption also…Continue Reading “Mt. Pinatubo Travel Guide 2018: How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities, Sample Itinerary & More”

Siquijor

Siquijor is nested in the western corner of Bohol Sea and surrounded with the bigger islands of Visayas and Mindanao. It is a small island that offers big surprises. Formerly called “Isla de Fuego” or Island of Fire during the early Spanish era, Siquijor used to be a town of Negros Oriental until it became an independent province in 1971. It is the third smallest province in the country with a total land area of only 343.5 square kilometers. Siquijor today is fast becoming a tourist…Continue Reading “Siquijor: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More”

Nagtabon

Nagtabon Beach was quietly sitting away from the general public’s radar for quite some time until social media triggered its rise to fame recently. It used to be a secret getaway of those who want to enjoy the sand, sea and sand sans the crowd, well it still is most of the time but is starting to get the attention of the public. Some 31 kilometers away from downtown Puerto Princesa, Nagtabon Beach is a mile long cove facing West Philippine Sea. It could be…Continue Reading “Nagtabon Beach: The Puerto Princesa Not Everyone Knows”