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
Sometimes, all we need is another perspective. In this week’s edition of ALL DRONE UP, we’re featuring a video submitted to us by OJ Johnson. The video features aerial shots of three destinations: El Nido in Palawan, Siargao Island, and Davao. “This is the reason why I love my country,”
If there’s one surefire way to show everyone how beautiful the Philippines truly is, it’s to capture it by air. Hong Kong-based director Frédéric Bussière did just that—filming this travel video with a drone flying above the pristine beaches and coastlines of Puerto Galera, Siargao and Palawan! Watch the breathtaking
Each week, we’re stalking Instagram for the best photos that capture our favorite Philippine beaches. Got some amazing snaps to share? Tag them with @philbeaches or #philippinebeachesorg and you just might see it featured here! The week brought cloudy skies and moody landscapes thanks to a visiting typhoon—but that didn’t
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
In the north-eastern part of Mindanao on the border of the Pacific Ocean lies on of my favorite places on this planet: Siargao Island. Easily reached by plane from Cebu or Manila, this tropical island is a must-visit for anyone touring the Philippines. Here are five reasons why.
Her love story with the Philippines started in Macau. Weird? Not after you read her story. Sabrina Iovino, a travel blogger and photographer at www.justonewayticket.com, had already toured Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Indonesia when she reached Macau. As fate would have it, a Filipina hosted her and encouraged her