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
As the second greatest archipelago on the planet and the fourth country with the longest coastline, the Philippines has more than its share of beaches, which have become its strongest tourism draw. Expectedly, beach resorts are everywhere, mushrooming almost instantly along every newly discovered cove. And they all come in
Through their Instagram snaps, these immensely talented individuals not only demonstrate their mad photography skills but also showcase just how lucky we are to be living in such a wonderful country.
With summer just around the corner, it’s time once again to pack those swimsuits and head to the beach! But not so fast—tourism can be a double-edged sword. The way we travel has an impact on the environment and sometimes a simple trip to the beach can cause more harm
The lovely town of Bagac, Bataan, may not be as popular as the heritage cities of Taal, Silay, and Vigan, but in a vast stretch of the town’s coast lies a development that easily combines the best of the three and so much more. Las Casas De Filipinas De Acuzar
2014 • 04 • 13 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
2014 • 05 • 21 Zombie apocalypse. Imagine it happening in Manila. Over 12 million people in one dense megacity. The chaos. The desperation. The paranoia. The nagging stress. Sounds familiar? If your life in the city feels like you’re in an episode of The Walking Dead minus the zombies,
All these beaches are located within 5 hours of Manila (without flying). How many can you identify? #WhereInThePhilippines are these gorgeous beaches?
“What goes up must come down,” reads the title of the poster released by Save Philippine Seas, an independent movement to promote the protection of our seas and marine resources. “Balloons and lanterns don’s stay in the sky forever. Sometimes they land in the sea where they get mistaken for food by
Have you seen Boracay Island’s other beaches? Boracay and White Beach have always been used interchangeably since the latter has always been the island’s biggest crowd-drawer. But do you know, or have ever visited, the more than 12 other beaches of Boracay Island? Some of these beaches look just as