Manjuyod Sandbar, which is a few hours away from Dumaguete, has gained renown because of its fine white sand and clear waters. It got the moniker “Maldives of the Philippines” because of its natural and comparable beauty with the famous destination.
Negros Oriental has plenty of attractions for those that went to explore more of Visayas. Here you will find Apo Island, one of the most famous and favorite diving sites not only in Visayas but in the whole country. It is famous for its vibrant marine life with multi-colored corals
In this age when modern technology gives access to things we need at the push of a button, it’s easy to think that when time loses pace, we’re left with nothing but ennui in our hands. But this wouldn’t be the case if you find yourself swimming with shelled creatures
To put the beauty of the Philippines in a nutshell is like packing your things for a yearlong trip in a clutch bag. There are just so many cities, provinces, and islands in the Philippines that when you try to come up with a generalization to characterize its grandeur, your
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We asked some of your favorite travel bloggers: What is the best beach in the Philippines? It’s a difficult question, to say the least. After all, the Philippines is made up of over 7000 islands, fringed by miles of shoreline. Picking just one out of countless coves and beaches is
We know it all. The Philippines, an archipelago of 7107 islands, is blessed with gorgeous white sand beaches. But beyond the ivory coasts and underneath the waves is the colorful, magical, and wildly spectacular world of marine animals. Some of them are marine mammals like whales and dolphins. We may
Martin Jordan constantly looks out at the sea from the shore of the Dive Hub marine protected area (MPA), a 3000-sq.m. marine sanctuary in Siaton, Negros Oriental that he helped establish in 2007. This German expatriate and his small crew risk life and limb guarding the MPA against illegal fishers