The Philippines may look pretty small on the world map, but when it comes to stunning beaches, it is a powerhouse. An archipelago of 7641 islands, the Philippines has over 36,000 kilometers of coastline! On the list of countries with the longest shorelines, it places sixth in the world. But
Many go camping to experience nature and get away from the city’s frenetic pace and concrete jungle. However, not everyone can rough it out with no clean toilet, a comfortable bed to sleep in and other comforts of home. For those who don’t want the typical camping experience, they can
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.
Baguio is the summer capital of the Philippines because of its cool weather. But if you happen to find yourself in the City of Pines and decide to head to the beach, you need not go all the way back to Manila. Here are eight sandy shores you can visit
The province of Cebu has always been a famous destination for both local and foreign tourists. It comes as no surprise, for the province has several beautiful beaches you can easily reach from its namesake capital city. If you are staying in the Queen City of the South, here are
Iloilo is a vibrant city that is just as developed as many metropolises in the country. There are entertainment, dining, cultural and historical districts within, just a short commute away from the center. The province is also on Panay Island, famed for its many beaches worth exploring for a day
Bohol is one of the most popular destinations in the country, famous among local and foreign tourists alike. It is often paired with a trip to Cebu because of its proximity to and accessibility from the latter. Bohol has many attractions that will keep your days filled. If you love
Davao City is a bustling metropolis and is one of the gateways to Mindanao. It is a transportation hub that has numerous buses and jeeps that go in various routes to other provinces. This is one of the reasons it is a possible base for day trips or an onward
The rainy season shouldn’t dampen your adventurous spirit nor should it completely change any of your beach-bumming plans. Despite the inclement weather, there are still places where you can have your share of sand, sea, and sun. Here are some of them:
2018 • 08 • 13 Batangas has undoubtedly become a household name, especially in the Greater Luzon area, when we pertain to summer and weekend destinations near Manila. Its proximity to the metro, a mere three to four-hour drive to escape the hustle-and-bustle of the city is its main advantage.