Travel

  • SIQUIJOR Travel Guide (with Estimated Budget & Itinerary) The Mysterious Island Back in the day, Siquijor is closely attached to sorcery, healing powers and evil spirits instilling fear and uncertainty. Today, this mystifying character of Siquijor makes it enticing, unique and a tourist magnet. Beautiful pristine beaches, amazing waterfalls, old churches, jam-packed adventures and friendly locals, Siquijor is a place you’ll easily fall in love with and ...
  • Dumaguete and Negros Oriental Travel Guide The City of Gentle People Finally we’ve set our foot on The City of Gentle People, Dumaguete City! Dumaguete City is the capital of Negros Oriental and a popular gateway to exciting tourist destination and adventure. It is named “Best Place to Retire in the Philippines for 2018” by Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA). Factors weighed in are cost of living, the ...
  • Travel Guide to Glamping Siquijor Glam. Camp. Fun. It isn’t the first time that we did Glamping. But, when we heard there is glamping spot in Siquijor, instantaneously, we knew we have to experience it. This guide unveils GLAMPING SIQUIJOR, the perfect place to get yourselves at when traveling to the province of Siquijor. A day tour visit in Siquijor is somehow short especially when ...
  • Balabac, Palawan: DIY Travel Guide, Itinerary, Budget & Expectations The Philippines Last Frontier A rising destination located at the southernmost tip of Palawan, Balabac is now getting the attention of many because of its incomparable islands with superb clear waters, fine white sand beaches, impressive sandbars, rich underwater life and pristine islets. We’ve been rooting to get to Balabac the first time we heard about it but going there ...
  • JOMALIG ISLAND 3D2N DIY Travel Guide More than just the golden sands Before you scroll down and read the guide for Jomalig Island, ask yourselves these questions: Am I ready to endure the 4 hour land travel and 4 to 6 hours boat ride? Can I withstand motion sickness? Well, you should be. The far-flung island of Jomalig is worth all the efforts, patience and money. Known for its golden ...
  • BLOC Camp Site: The Glamping Experience You Should Not Miss How would you like to spend your weekend? The same question we ask ourselves every time we anticipate the end of a week-long work. Why not try something new? How about glamping? Glamping Also known as glamorous camping, glamping is a way to connect with nature with modern luxury without sacrificing comfort. It is camping with a twist. ...
  • Rustic, Calm and Blissful Island of Marinduque Simple, quiet and irresistible. The island of Marinduque is a place where you can find that inner peace to reconnect yourself. The place is raw, steady and rejuvenating. Here, there are no malls and towering buildings. No loud noises of city traffic and no pollution at all. Sounds like a good place, yes? Before you jump into ...
  • Northern Blossom Farm There is more in Benguet! The Northern Blossom Farm in Atok, Benguet is now considered a tourist spot. The farm is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ganayan which is originally being used to grow and supply flowers. But due to public demand, it was opened to everyone for sightseeing, photo and video shoot. As per Ms. Melanie ...
  • Backpacking Romblon, The Marble Capital A far but worthy destination. This is Romblon. The Marble Capital of the Philippines is honestly not one of our top picks when we were planning our next travel because it is not your usual quick getaway from Manila. Experiencing Romblon made us think it’s worth traveling the distance. Backpacking Romblon in 3 days and 2 nights? Yes, this is possible. This guide will help ...
  • Poctoy White Beach Travel Guide A different view of a beach. Poctoy White Beach in Torrijos, Marinduque is definitely a must-see destination. We were amazed by its impressive sight. Imagine a long stretch of white sand beach and an astonishing Mt. Malindig as your bonus background? Poctoy White Beach might be outshined by its more popular neighbor, Maniwaya Island in Sta. Cruz, ...