Cebu City is the capital of Cebu Province in Central Visayas. It is home to around 900,000 people (Data from the 2015 census) and is the 5th most populous city in the Philippines. Cebu City is also the center of the Metro Cebu, which is composed of seven neighbor cities:
Mt. Mayon got its name from the Bicolano folklore about a beautiful lady named, “Daragang Magayon”. It is one of the most photographed volcanoes in the Philippines and could be found at most Philippine postcards and postage stamps. Because of its almost-perfect cone and astounding landscape, UNESCO hailed Mayon as
Antique is a province in the Panay Island. It is most famous for being the birthplace of an unusual spa experience called “Kawa Bath”. It is where you get inside a large iron vat – formerly used for cooking sugar – filled with water (or milk and even beer) and
There are many towns in the Philippines named Pandan, and we’re sure each of them offers their own brand of adventure, but in the province of Antique, the town of Pandan has a variety of activities that could entice all kinds of travelers.
Apayao boasts of a dynamic landscape marked by pristine waterways, thriving old-growth forests, and subterranean wonders. In addition to this, as the home of the Isnag tribe, the province also celebrates a vibrant indigenous culture and noteworthy environmental conservation policies. A cultural practice called lapat, where a patch of land
Samal Island is the quick go-to destination of Davaoeños looking for beach time. Its proximity to the city and its beautiful beaches and other attractions often make it a top choice. Those from other cities and provinces will also enjoy all that the island offers. If you’re planning a trip,
Boracay has earned multiple best island awards from both local and international award-giving bodies. It comes as no surprise because it has one of the best sunsets, powdery, white sand and glistening turquoise waters. Boracay closed recently to rehabilitate, but it is now open to accommodate tourists again. There are
Situated in Pangasinan, Bolinao is a popular weekend destination because of its accessibility from Manila and nearby cities in the north. There are regular bus trips from either Cubao or Pasay. The ride takes about 6-7 hours per way. The fare is around P351 to P469, depending on the bus
Bulacan is a landlocked province that doesn’t elicit much attention as its shoreline counterparts. Most probably just pass through en route to Ilocos, Baguio or other northern destinations. However, Bulacan has plenty to offer tourists looking for nature, adventure and a chill day out from biking trails to mountain hikes.
Guimaras is famous for yielding the sweetest mangoes in all of the Philippines. However, this isn’t the only reason to visit this small, beautiful island province in the western Visayas. There are beautiful beaches, stunning bird’s eye views of the surroundings, and places to chill after a tiring day of