Many go camping to experience nature and get away from the city’s frenetic pace and concrete jungle. However, not everyone can rough it out with no clean toilet, a comfortable bed to sleep in and other comforts of home. For those who don’t want the typical camping experience, they can
The Philippine is known for having pristine beaches, marvelous natural wonders, interesting historic sites, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Simply put the Philippines packs many exciting things to see and do into one place.
The Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park (or simply Tubbataha Reef) is one of the most treasured natural wonders in the Philippines. Spanning an area of over 130,000 hectares in the middle of Sulu Sea, it is part of what experts call the Coral Triangle, regarded as the center of marine biodiversity
This summer, while most tourists will be headed for old favorites like Boracay and Bohol, those who are looking for peace of mind and an affair with nature will be on the lookout for alternatives. If you’re one of them, then maybe Kalanggaman Island is where you should spend your
When I peeked out the window, I was bombarded with an endless succession of postcard-worthy images. I caught a glimpse of the rocky beaches, the verdant rolling hills, and the sapphire seas sending waves one after another. We had not yet landed but I felt like I had seen more
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.
Matador Network yesterday released a video featuring aerial shots of the many hidden lagoons, white beaches, karst cliffs, and jagged coastline of Palawan. The three-minute video was filmed by Scott Sporleder with a GoPro Hero 3+ installed on a H3-3D gimbal, flown on a DJI Phantom 2 drone.
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 countless coves and beaches is
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, you probably need a little
With so many restaurants to choose from, every meal in Boracay might be a hit-and-miss affair. It’s very easy to fall prey to beachfront displays, buffet promos, and even free dinners, which turn out to be no charity work at all. On our first time in Boracay, we were so