One of the top-of-mind vacation destinations in the Philippines, if not the world, is Boracay. With its powdery white sand beaches, commercialized yet still tranquil vibe, and fair share of nightlife activities, it’s easy to say that Boracay is one of the best places for your well-deserved vacation and relaxation.
Located in Southwestern Cebu, Moalboal is becoming a popular tourist destination, especially for those who appreciate underwater wonders and those who are into diving. Visitors mostly go to either Panagsama Beach in Basdiot where most resorts and restaurants are already established or the White Beach in Basdako which is steadily
The Philippines is famous for beautiful beaches with blue-tinged waters and sand as white as snow and as soft as powder. There are plenty of provinces that offer rest and relaxation on the beach for tired and weary wanderers. For those who want to test their mettle on the waves
Did you plan a trip with a group of friends? Then when the date of the trip nears, you find yourself traveling on your own? This scenario is all too familiar for some of us; we then go through the process of thinking about pushing through or not going at
The scenario is you’re traveling to the Philippines and you only have two weeks to spare before heading elsewhere. You do a quick search online and see all these beautiful beaches with picturesque sunsets, cerulean waters, and thriving underwater ecosystems. It’s difficult to plan just two weeks to visit all
I once met a girl named Camille. She was lovely. I suspect a huge part of her radiance came from the soft spot she had for animals. It’s true, I guess, what Arthur Schopenhauer said—that “compassion for animals is intimately associated with goodness of character.” Camille always found time to
As the second greatest archipelago on the planet and the fourth country with the longest coastline, the Philippines has more than its share of beaches, which have become its strongest tourism draw. Expectedly, beach resorts are everywhere, mushrooming almost instantly along every newly discovered cove. And they all come in
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.
Picture traveling to a country of more than 7,000 tourist-worthy islands with less than 20 days to explore and but a backpack to carry your belongings. It usually causes preoccupation—the short period of time, the cramped space of your bag, the general brevity of things amid the possibilities of a
Crystal Beach Resort wasn’t exactly crystal that time. Its waters, despite the attraction made by swelling waves, were almost muddied from our view approaching the sprawling sea. The clouds hovering over the beach set a gloomy mood, rendering its ashen sand, a far cry from the blinding white shores of