Tawi-Tawi: 2020 Travel Guide

In the southernmost part of the Philippines, the province of Tawi-Tawi can be found. Contrary to what many Filipinos view of the province, Tawi-Tawi is an unbelievably peaceful and beautiful place. This may not be your typical travel destination due to its past reputation and safety issues but with this travel guide, we will unmask […]

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Guimaras Island Day Tour Travel Guide

Guimaras is a small island province located in the Western Visayas region, Philippines and just 15 minutes boat ride away from Iloilo City. The province is famous for its export quality mangoes, but also home of natural attractions from gigantic wind turbines to old lighthouse and from beautiful beaches and islets to picturesque landscapes and […]

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Sunken Cemetery of Camiguin Island

One of the most unique tourist spots in Camiguin is the Sunken Cemetery. This famous landmark used to be a graveyard above the sea but was devastated by Mt. Vulcan eruption back in 1871. The remnants of the old cemetery are now found underwater. Brief History of Sunken Cemetery The eruption of Mt. Vulcan in […]

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Gigantes Islands 2019 DIY Travel Guide

This is long overdue. Iloilo has always been planned but undone. Finally, we set our foot on the “Heart of the Philippines” where the friendly, kind-hearted and sweet-speaking Ilonggos can be found. It is time to make your sketch plans into a reality. This Do-It-Yourself (DIY) travel guide will help you push that vacation leave […]

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Alibijaban Island 2019 DIY Travel Guide

It was year 2016 when we first heard of Alibijaban from a local islander of Sombrero Island in Burias, Masbate. The way he described the island is something we couldn’t forget – white sand beach and clear water. Saturday, June 15, we finally set foot on the island of Alibijaban and the description made by […]

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Puraran: Surfing Capital of Catanduanes

Puraran is considered as the surfing capital of Catanduanes. It is even described as majestic waves by Hawaiian photographer Warren Bolster in a 1980 issue of Surfer Magazine. It is geographically located in Baras, Catanduanes. Beginners can test their surfing skill on the calmer waters behind Puraran Beach’s rock formations which they will be guided […]

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Binurong Point 2019 Travel Guide

Binurong Point is one of the newest attractions in Catanduanes. This pastoral cliff is commonly being compared to Batanes for its scenic landscapes and green hills. It is located in Brgy. Guinsaanan, Baras, Catanduanes. The name Binurong is derived from the process of preserving food by salting and soaking them in vinegar or “buro”. Binurong […]

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