San Juan (Batangas) is a delightful place for adventure-seekers who wish to climb Mt. Daguldol and Mt. Hugom, explore the Mangrove Forest, and/or trek to Naambon Falls. All these (and more) contribute to the tourism industry of San Juan, but the most popular is Laiya, famous for its stretch of
For summit-seekers, challenge yourselves with some of Rizal’s numerous natural highs such as Mt. Daraitan, Mt. Pamitinan, Mt. Binacayan, Mt. Hapunang Banoy, Mt. Tagapo, Mt. Balagbag, Mt. Maranat, Mt. Sipit Ulang, and Mt. Batolusong. You can also, take a plunge into the cool waters of Palo Alto Falls, Kinamatayan Falls,
Made accessible via Batangas Port, Puerto Galera in Oriental Mindoro has long been attracting local and foreign tourists alike. From Manila, it would take only 3 to 4 hours to reach this popular beach and diving destination.
A favorable combination of urban and nature setting, Puerto Princesa is a real treat for those who desire a relaxing vacation yet still enjoy the comfort and convenience a city can offer. It really serves visitors the best of both worlds. Puerto Princesa has been hailed as the Eco-Tourism Center
Palawan has been hailed by Conde Nast Magazine as the #1 island in the world. With its beautiful, long white-sand beaches, coral reefs, limestone cliffs, and pristine blue waters, El Nido is definitely one of the reasons why Palawan became famous worldwide.
At present, Bantayan Island is getting recognized as a bucket-list-worthy destination for peaceful, quiet retreats. Aside from its fine white sand beaches and blue-green waters, Bantayan Island’s charm comes from the simplicity of the place and warmth of its people. It is what Boracay was like before the over-commercialization.
Camotes Islands offer a wide selection of beaches, dive sites, and other natural attractions. Sometimes coined as the “Lost Horizon of the south”, Camotes’ tourism is on the rise attracting quite a number of visitors and expats.
Malapascua Island is a small island off the northernmost tip of Cebu. It rose to fame as one of the best diving destinations in the Philippines. Aside from its coral gardens and coral walls, it’s famous for big fish encounters such as with manta rays and thresher sharks. If you
If you are living in Metro Manila and you are thinking of a quick getaway destination, I bet Batangas would be one of the first places, if not THE first, that would pop in your head. Being near the capital, Batangas lures weekend wanderers with its fun and challenging activities,
Bohol is famous for the Chocolate Hills and the Philippine tarsier, one of the world’s smallest primates. Another popular destination is the beach-laced Panglao Island, where the proposed new international airport is slated to be built to support its growing tourism industry.