The rainy season shouldn’t dampen your adventurous spirit nor should it completely change any of your beach-bumming plans. Despite the inclement weather, there are still places where you can have your share of sand, sea, and sun. Here are some of them:
Starting October 1, 2018, Cebu Pacific will replace their non-recyclable plastics with sustainable replacements for all its flights (including Cebgo) as part of Juan Effect, an eco-friendly program aimed to engage travelers and local stakeholders to reduce the negative effects tourism has on the environment.
Batangas is one of the most popular destinations in Luzon; there are numerous light, cream, and brown-colored beaches lining its shores and cerulean clean waters that are swimmable. The province also has a number of dive destinations if scuba is your thing. Its nearness to Metro Manila and surrounding cities
The team-building is one of the ways to learn more about each other, grow as a company and plan the direction of your business for the next quarter or year. There are many venues and facilities to do these things just outside or a couple of hours away from Manila.
Caramoan gained popularity because it was one of the settings for the hit show ‘Survivor’. Since then, it has become a regular weekend or holiday destination for both local and foreign tourists. Its accessibility from Manila and the cities near it make it a top choice. It also has many
Tacloban is the gateway to the attractions that Eastern Visayas offers. The city is a transport hub in various directions; you can visit the pristine beaches in the south and explore the undiscovered attractions of Samar. You’ll have plenty of choices when it comes to things to do when you
Are you planning to visit Bacolod? If so, there’s more to the region than the famous ruins or the jovial Masskara Festival. You could go to Sipalay to see a different side of the province of Negros Occidental. There are a variety of things you can do and places to
Cebu is a popular destination for both local and foreign tourists. It comes as no surprise because the province provides a bit of everything for different types of travelers. During your visit, you’ll get to see some of the best white sand beaches in the country, beautiful underwater ecosystems, waterfalls,
Iloilo is a province that has plenty to offer tourists in terms of natural, historical or cultural attractions. You’ll easily fill your itinerary even if you’re only staying for a few days.
Guimaras is famous for having the sweetest and best-tasting mangoes in the country. The mangoes that this province produces are top-notch export quality. Other than this fruit, Guimaras is also a popular tourist destination because of its many attractions.