More detailed budget travel guide here: NAGSASA COVE ON A BUDGET 2018: Travel Guide & Itinerary Another camping spot favorite in San Antonio, Zambales besides the famous Anawangin Cove is Nagsasa Cove. The two share many similar features, but Nagsasa Cove still has its serene rugged appeal which is perfect
Batanes sits atop my list of dream destinations in the Philippines. She’s the Queen “B”. She’s not the wish you make when you see a falling star. She is THE star.
San Antonio in Zambales is a quaint little town. It’s busy, but it has this nostalgic provincial life charm, drawing weary weekend warriors to its beaches and coves. One of the unique beaches in Zambales is the volcanic ash-carpeted Pundaquit Beach. Its fine light gray volcanic ash cover turns white
Read full guide here: STILTS CALATAGAN ON A BUDGET 2018: Travel Guide & Itinerary Back in 2015, Stilts Calatagan seemed like a distant dream to me. Tales of its beauty were spread by word of mouth and backed by its reputation as a choice venue for weddings, debut, and team-building.
Read full guide here: MANUEL UY BEACH RESORT, CALATAGAN: Travel Guide & Itineraries 2018 Beach camping is one of the favorite summer activities of those who love the outdoors. From the simple camping on the beach with only the basic necessities on one end to its high-end counterpart, glamping, on
Matabungkay Beach had its glory days back in the ’50s until early ’90s; it was THE place to be for family and company outings, weekend getaways with friends, and group excursions during its heyday. I was about eight years old when I first set foot on Matabungkay’s famed fine light
Kayraang Cove is a private property and a protected area located at Barangay Calayo in Nasugbu, Batangas; it is said to be owned by Henry Sy. It’s not usually part of the island hopping itinerary offered by boatmen in Barangay Calayo, but you can ask them if you long for
Known to locals as Pulo Island or Pulo-pulo, Loren Island is like that one person who is easy to get along with yet still retain some kind of mystery; she will intrigue you. The cove part is welcoming with its mixture of fine and course beige sand, but the sloping
Nasugbu is one of those areas in Batangas that had an early taste of development. Its beaches are among those with long-established resorts and popular with locals and tourists alike. Some of its coves and beaches are tucked away in exclusive villages and subdivisions, requiring membership and/or advanced reservation to
Bituin Cove, also known to locals as Angara Cove, is one of Nasugbu’s many pristine sand pockets gracing its coast. The cove is located in Barangay Calayo, more than half an hour drive from the town proper of Nasugbu. Its sand is a mixture of coarse sand and shingles; the