Palawan has been hailed by Conde Nast Magazine as the #1 island in the world. With its beautiful, long white-sand beaches, coral reefs, limestone cliffs, and pristine blue waters, El Nido is definitely one of the reasons why Palawan became famous worldwide.
Did you plan a trip with a group of friends? Then when the date of the trip nears, you find yourself traveling on your own? This scenario is all too familiar for some of us; we then go through the process of thinking about pushing through or not going at
The scenario is you’re traveling to the Philippines and you only have two weeks to spare before heading elsewhere. You do a quick search online and see all these beautiful beaches with picturesque sunsets, cerulean waters and thriving underwater ecosystems. It’s difficult to plan just two weeks to visit all
Picture traveling to a country of more than 7,000 tourist-worthy islands with less than 20 days to explore and but a backpack to carry your belongings. It usually causes preoccupation—the short period of time, the cramped space of your bag, the general brevity of things amid the possibilities of a
It has always been a dream of mine to find pristine places that have never been photographed or documented. That in mind, we decided to set out on a week long expedition in Palawan, to places so remote that we didn’t even have access to fresh water for showers. Don’t
Vacationers who fancy Palawan as their next destination are often confounded by the dilemma of which among the island-province’s premier tourist attractions they should visit first: Coron, Puerto Princesa, or El Nido. The choice echoes the same complexity one encounters when asked to make a decision during cheat day: bacon,
Sometimes, all we need is another perspective. In this week’s edition of ALL DRONE UP, we’re featuring a video submitted to us by OJ Johnson. The video features aerial shots of three destinations: El Nido in Palawan, Siargao Island, and Davao. “This is the reason why I love my country,”
A short 10 minute ride south of El Nido town proper, Corong-Corong is a quiet hideaway featuring a wide, lazy spread of beach surrounded by tall coconut trees and calm, shallow waters. It’s quite the perfect venue for a day spent lying in the sand, just reading a book or
Need more proof that it’s more fun in the Philippines? Well, here’s one! This super amazing hyperlapse video shot by Shannah Villegas and Rafael Soto during their 8 months journey around the country features Palawan (Busuanga, Coron, El Nido, Puerto Princesa), Metro Manila, and the Ilocos Region (Laoag, Vigan, Pagudpud).
If there’s one surefire way to show everyone how beautiful the Philippines truly is, it’s to capture it by air. Hong Kong-based director Frédéric Bussière did just that—filming this travel video with a drone flying above the pristine beaches and coastlines of Puerto Galera, Siargao and Palawan! Watch the breathtaking