Leyte is a province in the Eastern Visayas region. Tacloban City is its capital city, which is also known as the "Gateway to Eastern Visayas." Whereas, Ormoc City, my hometown, is a component city of the province and is also fondly called as the "Beauty by the Bay."
Canigao is a picturesque islet off the coast of the municipality of Matalom in the southern part of Leyte. It is now a famous go-to place in Leyte as it gives local and foreign tourists the chance to swim, snorkel, or dive.
Pagadian was once marketed as the “Little Hong Kong of the South” because of its steep hilly terrain plummeting into the sun-spangled coast, akin to the former British colony, but it sure deserves to have its own title without being linked to another country
The province of Bataan is most often associated with its rich history. The Battle of Bataan is famous for being one of the last stands of American and Filipino soldiers before they were overwhelmed by the Japanese forces during World War II
Lechon is the first thing that comes into mind for many people who visit Cebu. So I will not feature them already.. ^_^ I'll aim to showcase the authentic (and sometimes underground) local eateries and dishes in the area. So sorry if you are looking for posh places to eat around Cebu, these are for…
Santander is a municipality in the southern part of the province of Cebu. It is actually located in the southernmost tip of the province. The town is about 139 kilometers from Cebu City. Santander is the right place for beach lovers and divers because it offers a lot of white-sand beaches and great diving spots.
In the realm of adventuring, you sometimes need the help of Sister Luck so that you can witness Mother Nature’s amazing spectacles. Think about it: mountaineers only have a limited window to reach the summit and witness the incredible vista around them. Rock climbers ascend crags only in good weather to ensure the climb is…
7,107 islands, but sometimes all you need is one. So many places, so little time. That is the problem. And in an archipelago of immense beauty, it's hard not to be torn on which island to cross off your list first. Not to be biased or anything, but the Philippines does have a lot to…
Check out this list of hiking and bike trails, plus other destinations and tips on where to eat in Bataan! I also want to share that other than the places itself, I am also promoting responsible outdoor travel, the core of which is in this old quote, "Take nothing but pictures, Leave nothing but footprints, Kill nothing but time."
Osmeña Peak is the highest point in the island of Cebu, a province in the Philippines. Standing 1,013 meters above sea level, this stunning site offers a dramatic view of jagged cliffs with a view of the sea in the distance
Boljoon (pronounced as Bol-ho-on) is a municipality in the southeastern part of the province of Cebu. It is about 103 kilometers away from Cebu City. Boljoon was established in 1599 and is one of the oldest towns in Cebu province. This town is also considered as one of Cebu's Heritage Frontier because of its rich heritage and beautiful past.
The sand on the island was blindingly white in the noontime sun. Seashells adorned the branches of driftwood lining the shore while colorful flags fluttered in the wind, echoing the colors of the wooden fishing boats. For the benefit of the local TV crew I was traveling with, girls clad in Hawaiian grass skirts and floral bikinis greeted our group with a lively dance number.
Claveria Beach is a long stretch of powdery cream (to gray) sand hugged by azure sea. From here, you can see the distant Apo Lakay-Lakay on Taggat Lagoon. Claveria Beach seems like a favorite hang out of locals especially at sundown. And for me, it is undoubtedly one of the best spots to view sunset in the Philippines. Surprisingly, despite being accessible, it was not crowded during my visit
Bulacan is a province in the Philippines known mostly for its old churches, heritage sites and heroes. Though it’s home to some historic caves, it isn’t really considered a top destination for adventure-seekers. So last weekend, I was pleasantly surprised to find mysel
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