Ever wondered whatever happened to Kiko Rustia? The former Born to Be Wild host may have veered off being the face of GMA 7’s renowned travel and wildlife show— the Philippine’s very first nature documentary show, according to Wikipedia—and shed the Jack Sparrow locks, but he’s still out there wandering.
They came, they saw, they fell in love. With the Philippines, that is. We chat with some of your favorite local and foreign travel bloggers and photographers about their experience wandering around the Philippines!
In one of his latest posts, travel blogger Aris Mape (D’yan Lang) describes a recent “breakup”. He was giving up on something that he had been depending on for years — his bulky DSLR — in favor a powerful but less stressful smartphone. It’s a big change, as any other
Since Chino Roque won the Axe Apollo Space Academy competition, we have been following his journey to becoming the first Filipino astronaut. We first met him while prepping for the shoot of a tourism video that he did for Globe, and as early as then, we could already see how
“In the nine Asian countries I visited over seven months, The Philippines is by far my favorite,” video blogger Christian LeBlanc declared. “I’ve never met a kinder group of people and a more beautiful landscape.” The Philippines was not even part of his original Asian itinerary, but he and girlfriend
Through their Instagram snaps, these immensely talented individuals not only demonstrate their mad photography skills but also showcase just how lucky we are to be living in such a wonderful country.
We all have a side to our personality that we want to share with other people, especially our loved ones. It can be a love affair with a certain sport, an obsession with shopping, or a deep, almost-romantic relationship with the ocean. These hobbies become integral parts of who we
“Sinulog isn’t just about the dancing and the music and the partying, it’s more for a lot of Filipinos it’s really about devotion,” Canadian traveler Kyle Jennermann opens his new video featuring the Sinulog Festival, an annual nine-day celebration that honors the Sto. Nino and commemorates the acceptance of Christianity
Today we commemorate the 118th anniversary of Dr. Jose Rizal’s execution. Rizal was many things. He was a writer, a poet, a doctor, and a national hero. But he was also a traveler, chronicling his wanderings in many lands he set foot on, which includes Hong Kong, Singapore, and Europe.
Last year I quit my job to fulfil my dream and travel all across South East Asia. It was the greatest adventure and I ended up traveling for a whole year, visiting every country of the region. Whereas every destination had its unique charm and character, I can say that
The truth is, when it comes to international tourists, the Philippines does not enjoy the same dizzying figures as our neighbors Thailand and Vietnam. Part of the reason is that we are a bit isolated from the main Southeast Asian peninsula. We are on the “wrong side of the South