Dasol

The coast of Pangasinan harbors some of the beast beaches in the country. With its cream to white fine sand and bountiful sea harvest, the waters off the coast of this province is starting to hit big to beach lovers and sun worshipers. But Pangasinan is not only about the Hundred Islands in Alaminos or the beautiful beaches in Bolinao and Anda, all in the mouth of Lingayen Gulf. West of the province, fronting the West Philippine Sea are other beautiful beaches, scenic coastline and…Continue Reading “Dasol, Pangasinan: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Itinerary & More”

Calaguas

Calaguas is a group of islands in the Pacific under the jurisdiction of the town of Vinzons, Province of Camarines Norte, a merely two hour boat ride from the mainland. It boasts of powdery white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and unspoiled natural resources, a place where¬† you can truly relax while enjoying the pristine beauty of the place. Over the years, Calaguas has evolved from being an offbeat destination to being a go-to place of beach adventurers. The once quiet coastline is now beaming with…Continue Reading “Calaguas: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Sample Itinerary, Budget & More”

Cagayan de Oro

Cagayan de Oro City is the capital of the Province of Misamis Oriental. Dubbed as the “City of Golden Friendship”, it is one of the safest and most progressive cities in this part of the Philippines. A place where adventure, nature and city living intersect in a rich blend of diverse culture and art. Cagayan de Oro, popularly called Cagayan or CDO, is home to more than half a million inhabitants. It is the white water rafting capital of the country, and a shopping, educational…Continue Reading “Cagayan de Oro: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & Other Tips!”

Siargao

Siargao, a small and unassuming island off the coast of Surigao del Norte, is one of Mindanao’s prized destinations. Famed for its surfing spot named “Cloud 9”, the island is increasingly becoming popular to local and foreign tourists, surfers and non-surfers alike. Siargao Island is the biggest landmass in the island group of the same name. The entire island group is composed of nine municipalities including Socorro, where Bucas Grande Islands or Sohoton Cove is located. The other eight municipalities are located in mainland Siargao….Continue Reading “Siargao Island: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & Other Tips!”

Caramoan

In the farthest  coast of Camarines Sur is a paradise hidden in an underdeveloped and rural soil, where white sand beaches, limestone cliffs, islands and islets are common scenery. This is Caramoan! Caramoan, a peninsular town, is a group of islands and islets scattered in the Pacific Ocean, endowed with nature’s beauty and preserved by its seclusion. Made famous by the hit global reality show franchise “Survivor”, Caramoan s is blessed with numerous islands with fine white sand, lagoons, caves, limestone cliffs and rocks, and…Continue Reading “Caramoan: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Itinerary & Other Tips”

Legazpi

A progressive city by the bay with the Philippines’ most active volcano and the world’s most perfect cone on the backdrop is Legazpi City. The capital of the Province of Albay and regional hub for Bicol Region, Legazpi City beckons everyone with its beautiful scenery, natural wonders, delectable cuisines and delicacy, and lovely people. More than its unparalleled attractions, Legazpi City also serves as gateway to the province and the region’s amazing destinations. Trek the trails of Mount Mayon; dip in the hot springs of…Continue Reading “Legazpi City: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More!”