There’s something about sunsets that make one stop and stare, watching the blue skies turn into a faint red and then into a fiery orange that lights up the sky, before settling into a moon and starlit night.
Iloilo is mostly known as the place where you find good mangoes, gentle people, old churches, and ruins of abandoned houses. It is part of the Panay Island in the Western Visayas Region. Isla Gigantes is a group of several islands and islets off the coast of western part of
More detailed travel guide here: Fortune Island Travel Guide Batangas is a beautiful province brimming with so many places that offer various activities ideal for a quick escape from the city buzz. There are diving spots, mountains, and white sand beaches lined all around its coast. It is indeed a
When I think about Bicol, a couple of things would come to mind: spicy food and Mayon Volcano. Yet this region holds so much more than this pair of landmarks, for here lies the province of Sorsogon, where many natural treasures can be found. Here are six of them.
Tucked away about 170 kilometers away from the Metro is Mariveles, Bataan. It is home to different spots that are now being noticed by tourists. Adventure haven is found in this not-so quaint town. A major climb for the hiking enthusiasts, the famous Tarak Ridge is found here, known for
Batangas has always charmed seasoned and non-seasoned travelers alike. This place has all kinds of that beach and mountain vibes that everyone deserves and wants. For the past years, it has rose to fame for its varied types of go-to places for the people from all walks of life. May
Stressed out from your week-long 9 to 5 day job? Whenever you close your eyes, do you imagine the comforts of pristine blue waters embracing you while basking under the sun with the fine white sand touching your feet beneath? Yep, you need Vitamin Sea and Vitamin V-cation.
Burias, Masbate could be one of the beautiful unspoiled places that is reachable without having to ride a plane. Geographically, it’s in the northern coast of the mainland Masbate, but the easiest entry point to these beautiful islands is through San Andres, Quezon.
There’s always that one place that would linger on in our memories for some unexplained reasons other than its unending beauty; that’s Siquijor for me. I know everyone would agree that it possesses a certain mystical charm that goes on end for generations now. From the famous myths that circulates
Coron in Palawan covers the eastern half of Busuanga Island, the whole of Coron Island, and around 50 other minor islets. Fishing, mining, and rattan-weaving used to be the main industries and source of income, but tourism has gained the upper hand in the municipality’s economic growth. People flock Coron