Siargao used to be a quiet island known only to surfers. This surfing Mecca came to fame because of the swells and barrels off its coast. Tourism slowly rose as word-of-mouth spread. Then, in came the plethora of tourists.
Ilocos Norte has a bit of everything you’d look for in a weekend or holiday destination. It has beautiful, natural attractions, historical sites, rich culture, and delicious food. Many visitors would go to it via long road trip, but one may also take public transportation to go to this region.
The Ilocos Region is a popular tourist destination because of the delicious food, historical attractions, and natural wonders. The province of Ilocos Sur matches this description perfectly. There are many buses that pass through the region before arriving in Laoag. You can also directly go to Vigan from Manila. There
Camarines Sur, also known as CamSur, in Southern Luzon is a noteworthy destination because it combines adventure sports, beautiful and unspoiled beaches, turquoise waters, and stunning countryside views. It’s the kind of destination that lets you go both fast and slow, with thrilling activities like wakeboarding, or away from the
Cebu is a prime destination for good reason. The province has many beautiful islands. One of which is Bantayan. The island has pristine, white-sand beaches and clear, cerulean waters. Its idyllic ambiance and laidback charm make it the ideal place to forget everything.
Antique doesn’t have the same name recall as more famous destinations on Panay Island such as Iloilo and Boracay. However, this low-key appeal makes it a place to visit for those who want to get away from the crowds and the urban jungle. The province has a laidback appeal and
Marinduque is a popular summer, holiday and weekend destination because of its accessibility to Metro Manila. There are direct buses from Metro Manila to Marinduque. A ticket costs around P900-1000 per way. If you’re unable to catch that one, you have the option to board a bus bound for Dalahican
Baler, Aurora is a popular weekend destination because of its varied tourist attractions and proximity – 5-6 hours from Manila, or just an overnight Joy Bus away. It came to fame because of its roots as a surfing haven. The waves rolling from the Pacific Ocean will entice both beginners
Baler is a small town founded by Franciscan missionaries in the early 1600s. History has it that in 1735, a violent tsunami hit the town and killed thousands. It was said that only six families survived this catastrophe when they were able to seek refuge in Ermita Hill. Thus, the
Imagine an island with beautiful, white-sand beaches, cerulean, crystalline waters, rich history, and a chill atmosphere. This is a real place, and it is Camiguin in Northern Mindanao. The province is one of the smallest in the country, but despite its size, it has many noteworthy attractions that keep tourists