Cebu City is the capital of Cebu Province in Central Visayas. It is home to around 900,000 people (Data from the 2015 census) and is the 5th most populous city in the Philippines. Cebu City is also the center of the Metro Cebu, which is composed of seven neighbor cities:
Mt. Mayon got its name from the Bicolano folklore about a beautiful lady named, “Daragang Magayon”. It is one of the most photographed volcanoes in the Philippines and could be found at most Philippine postcards and postage stamps. Because of its almost-perfect cone and astounding landscape, UNESCO hailed Mayon as
A roundtrip ticket to Puerto Princesa for P2,000 would probably be the best bargain you could ever avail. Yes, roundtrip tickets to this town in Palawan can go as low as 1,000 pesos one-way during seat sales. This could be the reason why it’s a favorite destination of many. Most
“Isla De Fuego” (Island of Fire) was the name given to Siquijor by the Spaniards when they arrived in the province. They gave the island this name because what they first saw was an island festooned with luminous fireflies. This gave Siquijor a fantastical vibe.
Everyone’s excited to revisit the country’s ultimate beach destination Boracay. Who wouldn’t? With all the unbelievable photos and videos of how pristine Boracay is now compared to six months ago, everyone’s scrambling to step foot on the island again. Well, we can say from the footage that the six-month lock-down
Bantayan Island is a coastal community found at the northernmost part of the province of Cebu. The island has three municipalities; Bantayan, Madridejos, and Santa Fe. Most tourists come to Bantayan for its fine, white sand (not as fine as Boracay’s, but definitely less touristy) and relaxing ambiance that is
The City of Gentle People – this is what Dumaguete is popularly known for. People from Dumaguete exudes that certain gentleness and sweetness. The small island city also has several tourist destinations to offer. There’s Siliman University, one of the oldest and most revered universities in the Visayas. It was
Moalboal is one of the popular beach destinations in the province of Cebu. It is located 90 or so kilometers southwest of Cebu City. It is most famous for its captivating diving spots and marine life. Panagsama beach is the tourist hub for those who want to go diving and
Subic is a coastal town in Zambales. It is famous for its sand beaches that are facing Subic Bay. Subic Bay is also a popular diving site due to troves of relics from shipwrecks and colorful corals found in the bottom of the bay.
Another favorite destination of weekend warriors is Puerto Galera. It’s a popular destination for urbanites who are looking for a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s very near Manila and you won’t need a fortune to relax and unwind in its beautiful beaches.