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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Mt. Kulis 2019 DIY Travel Guide

One time you’re sitting on your favorite office chair, and the next thing you know you are staring over the marvelous sight of the mountains. This is exactly what we did in Mt. Kulis in Tanay, Rizal the newest camping ground and view deck to watch the beautiful sea of clouds. Fresno Agro Forestry and […]

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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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Garin Farm 2019 DIY Travel Guide

When we say heaven, instantly we could picture a place with green land, clouds and white surroundings. The ambience would be peaceful and quiet. Somehow, there is a place 50 kilometers away from Iloilo City that could match this depiction. Garin Farm is a popular pilgrimage site and tourist spot in Iloilo which is a […]

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The Ruins of Alcatraz in Culasi, Roxas City, Capiz

Capiz is known as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines. The abundance of marine life like crabs, oysters, shrimps and other seafood made the place popular to people who enjoys this kind of cuisine. The province celebrate their annual Capiztahan Festival during month of April showcasing the richness of its aquamarine resources. Aside from seafood, […]

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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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