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 […]
The Rice Terraces of Kilong, Tetep-an and Antadao Kiltepan Viewpoint, Sagada, Mountain Province These past few months, we saw the influx of tourists in Sagada, particularly in Kiltepan Viewpoint. Thanks (or no thanks) to that famed movie that showcased this spot, one of my favorites in town. Situated on the eastern Sagada, around three and a half kilometers from the town center, Kiltepan Viewpoint is famed for the amazing view of sunrise over the sea of clouds in Sagada. It is among the highest points…Continue Reading “Snapshot: The Rice Terraces of Kiltepan”
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.
Every sunrise is beautifully different but they all convey the same message. A promise of a brand new day… of renewed hope and optimism. Here in the Philippines, we are privileged to have 7,107 awe-inspiring view of the rising sun, spread from island to island, from lowland to highland.
Seven thousand and more islands, spread over a vast water of teeming marine life, built carefully by an artist’s hands, blessed with nature’s best, unparalleled and beyond compare!
In the Philippines, solo traveling is still generally regarded as weird and different. However, more and more destinations are starting to embrace the idea and beginning to build the facilities for solo travelers. But solo traveling is not only about the available facilities but more importantly about the place. There are places that are really conducive for self appreciation and ideal for personal reflection, where you can go solo without feeling so alone, where you can wander on your own without emptying your pockets.