Last year I quit my job to fulfil my dream and travel all across South East Asia. It was the greatest adventure and I ended up traveling for a whole year, visiting every country of the region. Whereas every destination had its unique charm and character, I can say that
The truth is, when it comes to international tourists, the Philippines does not enjoy the same dizzying figures as our neighbors Thailand and Vietnam. Part of the reason is that we are a bit isolated from the main Southeast Asian peninsula. We are on the “wrong side of the South
Two decades after its catastrophic eruption, Mt. Pinatubo in Zambales has risen from the ashes and now attracts adventure seekers who dare to discover the breathtaking landscapes the eruption left behind. Steve Miller, who is known as the QiRanger in the World Wide Web, is one of these daredevils. He
Looking for an adrenaline-pumping adventure in Boracay? Adam John of Boracay TV highly recommends diving off the cliff at Ariel’s Point. The team converged at Station 1 an hour before noon. From there, they were taken on a 35-minute boat ride to Ariel’s Point. But before they could tackle the
Matador Network yesterday released a video featuring aerial shots of the many hidden lagoons, white beaches, karst cliffs, and jagged coastline of Palawan. The three-minute video was filmed by Scott Sporleder with a GoPro Hero 3+ installed on a H3-3D gimbal, flown on a DJI Phantom 2 drone.
The lovely town of Bagac, Bataan, may not be as popular as the heritage cities of Taal, Silay, and Vigan, but in a vast stretch of the town’s coast lies a development that easily combines the best of the three and so much more. Las Casas De Filipinas De Acuzar
It’s like going back in time with Spanish colonial architecture lining the beachfront in this quaint town of Bagac, Bataan. Las Casas De Acuzar Heritage Resort is a cultural and leisure park where fully-restored heritage houses called bahay na bato create a focal point to a unique beach-going experience.
Good news to all our friends in Europe and the Middle East! Philippine flag-carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has inked a strategic partnership agreement with UAE flag-carrier Etihad Airways, which gives Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and tourists in Europe and the Middle East more and easier options to fly to the
We’ve seen our foreign friends try balut and watched in delight as they freaked out a little a lot. But while balut remains the king of Philippine street food, how about some of our other favorites?
Getting to Boracay is a bit complicated. First, airlines use two airports: Kalibo and Caticlan. Kalibo is bigger but much farther. If you’re landing at Caticlan Airport, lucky you. You will save yourself from additional two hours of land travel. From Caticlan airport, you will be taking two more modes