Diving is fun and is a great way to explore what nature’s underwater ecosystem has to offer. You’ll get to see more sea flora and fauna that you won’t probably see with just a snorkel and mask. If you like to scuba dive, there are plenty of places to see
Related topic: What to Do When You See Marine Turtles on the Beach The Philippines has a diverse ecosystem that is home to different types of marine flora and fauna. You’ll see colorful corals in the shapes of tables, plants, brains, and others varying in size. You get to see
The islands that form the Visayas are beautiful. The provinces have diverse marine ecosystems that can rival those in other countries. For those who don’t have the budget or simply don’t want to scuba dive, you can explore and discover these just by snorkeling. Some spots provide you with glimpses
The beaches in the Philippines have different types of sand, from silvery white to golden brown to black, and have some of the clearest and bluest waters you’ll see. However, the destinations you go to aren’t just about what’s on the surface. Once you dive into the glass-like waters, you’ll
If you think snorkeling isn’t enough to satiate your thirst for adventure, why not try scuba diving? It allows you to dive deeper and longer, giving you more than enough time to see the beauty of nature’s underwater ecosystem. See colorful corals up close, swim with all sorts of fish,
The Philippines has many beautiful white-sand or cream-colored beaches with waters so blue you’d think they are part of the sky. However, these glistening shores aren’t the only places to visit to admire the beauty and enjoy nature. The country also has several fetching lagoons from Luzon to Mindanao, all
The Philippines is fortunate enough to have shorelines that stretch for miles. This resulted in beaches that are several kilometers long scattered in different parts of the country. But aside from possessing several beaches, the different unique types of sand made them much more interesting.
2017 • 10 • 18 Enchanting is the word that first comes to my mind when I think of Siquijor. The island’s beauty, laidback living, and kind people will entice you to stay longer.
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