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.
Thailand is one of the most popular international destinations among Filipinos, especially those traveling abroad for the first time. Aside from its globally celebrated cuisine and historic sites, part of the reason is accessibility: short travel time, low fares, and no visa required. In the same way, the Philippines is
Batangas has undoubtedly become a household name, especially in Greater Luzon area, when we pertain to summer and weekend destinations near Manila. Its proximity to the metro, a mere three to four-hour drive to escape the hustle-and-bustle of the city is its main advantage. If you were to do a
In order for an organization to produce the output that it requires from its members, it has to be clear about the direction and aim of the organization and ensure that each member knows them and the importance of their roles in achieving them. Of course, that’s not without the
Through time, Clark has established itself as a center for aviation, business, education, and tourism. With the launch of Clark International Airport, it has firmly established Clark’s reputation as an important economic hub in Central Luzon. The areas and the provinces it covers are much more accessible now.
Bolinao is nestled on the northernmost tip of the western portion of the province of Pangasinan. The town is getting a lot of attention as a heritage site with its ancient church surrounded by old ancestral houses and the Bolinao Skull with golden ornaments on its teeth. But Bolinao is
Pangasinan is situated on the western portion of Luzon Island. Half of the province is composed of coastal towns sandwiched by the Lingayen Gulf and the South China Sea. Most of its income comes from the fishing and salt industries. These coastal towns have fishing villages, where most of Luzon’s
Puerto Galera is a coastal town located at the northwestern portion of Oriental Mindoro. It is easily accessible by boat from Batangas Port. The main source of income switched from fishing to tourism as many fishermen earn better from activities driven by the influx of local and foreign visitors.
Anilao is actually a barangay in the municipality of Mabini. Yep. It’s not a town. But due to its popularity, Anilao defines the whole municipality of Mabini. Like Nasugbu, Mabini is one of those peninsulas in Batangas that has undergone development much earlier than the other coastal towns, and Anilao