The Philippines, an archipelago of 7,107 islands, is known for its beautiful beaches. Its coastline, stretching at 37,653 kilometers, is the fourth longest in the world, longer than Australia and even the United States of America. But more than Boracay, Cebu or El Nido, there are other beaches perched in less touristy islands of the country. Unspoiled and unspoiled hidden jewels that guarantee the same sun, sea and sand of the tropical Philippines such as in the Province of Romblon. Located at the center of…Continue Reading “The Beaches of Romblon Island: Bonbon Beach, Tiamban Beach & More”


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 yet scenic while its water is wild yet bountiful. Locals here live in a slow paced quiet life on the backdrop of the continuous roaring of waves of the Pacific. Situated off the coast of the towns of Lavezares and…Continue Reading “Biri Island: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More”


Planning to go to Cebu for some adventures? The south will surely not disappoint! From sea to summit adventure awaits in South Cebu with its numerous turquoise-colored waterfalls, panoramic peaks, warm white sandy beaches and vivid marine life, indeed a paradise for adrenaline junkies. Check out this three days and two nights fun-filled itinerary I prepared for you. Day 1: Cebu City – Badian – Moalboal Get ready to get wet on your first day with canyoneering and snorkeling activities. From Cebu City, catch a…Continue Reading “Cebu Itinerary: Three-Day Adventures in the South”


Three hours away from Manila is the coastal town of Mabini in Batangas, home to the “so-called” birthplace of scuba diving in the Philippines – Anilao. This town boasts of teeming marine biodiversity with the abundance of corals and dense underwater life, making it a must dive destination in the country. Anilao may not have white sandy beaches but its underwater ecosystem is its biggest attraction. Numerous dive sites are scattered on its water and around the nearby islands. It is also close to Verde…Continue Reading “Anilao (Mabini, Batangas): Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More”

Masasa Beach

Masasa Beach has recently caught the attention of beach lovers who are on the lookout for new destinations as it created a buzz on social media due to its proximity and accessibility from Metro Manila. At least three hours away from Metropolis, Masasa Beach is situated in Tingloy, an island municipality of Batangas, just off the coast of Anilao. It is approximately two-kilometer stretch of cream sand beach on a gently sloping seabed reflecting a beautiful turquoise color at broad daylight. Its surrounding waters is…Continue Reading “Masasa Beach (Tingloy Island): Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More”

Pulangbato Falls

At the foot of Cuernos del Negros or Mount Talinis is the town of Valencia in Negros Oriental, home to numerous waterfalls including Pulangbato Falls, otherwise known as Malabo Falls. With its proximity and accessibility from Dumaguete City, it is fast becoming a tourism hot spot. Pulangbato Falls is one of the so called Twin Falls of Barangay Malabo. As the name suggests, Twin Falls is made up of two cascades coming from two different sources. One is a clear and narrow drop while the…Continue Reading “Pulangbato Falls (Malabo Falls): The Red Waterfalls of Valencia”