Travel

  • Mararison Island, Antique 2019 Travel Guide Mararison is a 55-hectare island in Culasi, Antique that is equally being called as Malalison Island. The island boasts stunning white to cream sand beaches, breathtaking view of the rolling hills, extensive sandbar and its people, which is one of the nicest people we’ve met. Small Fishing Community to a Tourist Haven The island of Mararison is ...
  • 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, the ...
  • Mt. Sembrano, Pililla, Rizal 2019 DIY Hike Travel Guide One time you were sitting comfortably in your office chair and the next thing you know, you’re on the heart of the trail scaling to the summit. This is what hiking can bring to your life, transforming a typical day to a more thrilling adventure. Rainy season has officially started and planning a weekend hike is now more challenging. ...
  • 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 that man before is nothing ...
  • Paradis Island: A Bohemian-Inspired Private Island Getaway in Cavinti, Laguna Imagine waking up in the morning over the sound of a light breeze that faintly rustles the leaves and the water that calmly touches the shore – it is tranquil, detached and certainly a sheer paradise. When you thought you’ve seen all of Laguna, but only to realize there are still more to this province. We ...
  • Treasure Mountain 2019 Travel Guide In this thriving era of mountaineering, almost everyone has experienced a mountain or two to unlock their new leisure, but not all can withstand the long hours of hiking. Thankfully, there is Treasure Mountain to welcome those who want to experience highland view without employing too much effort. Treasure Mountain is located in Sitio Maysawa Brgy. Cuyambay, Tanay, Rizal ...
  • Mt. Hapunang Banoi Day Hike Travel Guide Rizal province is rich in mountain ranges, waterfalls and hiking destinations. In fact, in Rodriguez, Rizal, a first class municipality is considered as one of the favorite hiking spots for adventure seekers. You can do twin hike, trilogy, quad or just one mountain on a day hike. One of which is Mt. Hapunang Banoi, the second ...
  • The Happy Island of Catanduanes – 2019 DIY Travel Guide The province of Catanduanes is located in the easternmost part of Bicol Region and gained the moniker “The Land of the Howling Winds”, primarily because of the fact that the province is closest landform to Pacific Ocean making it a direct path of tropical storms. Today, Catanduanes is dubbed as the “Happy Island”. The island province of Catanduanes is a rising ...
  • 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 by ...
  • 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 Point was the usual place ...