Unknown to the locals, the pristine Pinipisakan waterfalls and untouched Sulpan Cave lie in the deep tropical rainforest of San Jorge Samar, Philippines waiting to be explored.
Pinipisakan falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Philippines, it’s a four layered of waterfalls that serves as most convenient way to enter the Sulpan Cave. The Sulpan Cave has five-kilometer long underground cave chambers with huge stalactites and stalagmites. The cave has an underground river that serve
only have bits and pieces of facts about Bolinao. First, it is a municipality in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. According to unwritten history, the town of Bolinao used to be a small community of fishermen in what is now Barrio Binabalian located in Santiago Island. There were only a handful of residents with a population of just over a hundred families back then.
Samar was put in the caving spotlight since the discovery of the biggest cave in the Philippines, the Langun Gobingob Caves in Brgy Panayuran, Calbiga, Samar. However, the island of Samar is not only home to the biggest cave in the country but it also hides the most amazing caves you will ever see in your life
Like any other islands, Isla de Gigantes has its own unique way of living out of the gifts of nature; white sand beaches, mountain islands, marine resources, and a legendary tales of how its name originated. The best of all these is the never ending growing scallops under its virgin beds of turquoise water. Its shells form …
ased on anecdotes, Lake Holon was an outcome of the devastating havoc of Mt.Parker (Mt. Melibingoy) in 1641. The mirror-like lake prides itself for being recognized as the Cleanest Inland Body of Water in the Philippines for two consecutive years (2003-2004).
I have been hearing about Baler a couple of times but I had not been captivated until I saw it on Kris TV. I got to watch it with my parents and they kept on bugging me to check this new summer destination. (Well, my parents started to love my idea of road trips and long bus rides when we went to Calaguas, Baguio, and Burot. After those trips, they bid goodbye to the idea that only hotels, private pools, and luxurious resorts can give a family a best vacation experience).
Mt. Kalisungan (760+ MASL)- From what I was told by other hiker friends, the trail is steep all throughout. However, since our pace was relax and the ground was dry which made ascending easier, it turned out to be an easy hike, albeit a very humid one. I thought I was going to consume all my water. :P
Heading up into the mountains of the Philippines in a bus crammed with filipinos ans livestock feed I was struck by the sense of how surreal my life has become.. instead of sitting at a computer from 8:30-4:30 and dreaming of my next trip I am now bumming around foreign countries with no long term plan or answers other than a sense of acomplishment that instead of hearing of amazing travels I am now the one doing that.
Coined as the festival of hats, Talakudong Festival has become a historical and cultural spectacle in South Central Mindanao that draws attention from nearby provinces and region. It is highlighted by street-dancing and field demonstrations with well-decorated talakudong accompanied by the lively sound of bamboos and drums
Some go to Naga for a pilgrimage, some for a food trip. Some just stay at the Hotel (I actually did this yesterday- at the posh Avenue Plaza Hotel), some get their adrenaline fix and ride that badass ATV up to the foothills of Mt. Isarog National Park. Ohhh yeah! Mt. Isarog majestically standing.
Travel Guide to Isla de Gigantes with sidetrips off the beaten path. Roads less travelled. Not all your adventures should be scripted. The thrill of discovering some things makes it a great adventure, otherwise, following other’s footsteps makes travelling dull. I don’t know if you feel the same, as for me, I take the path …
Oslob is known for the whale shark watching not for its old tow vibe. I intentionally skipped the whale shark watching or a.k.a. swimming with the whale shark because I don't believe in that kind of tourism. Its neither environmentally sustainable nor economically sufficient. The whale sharks staying in Oslob because theres food there courtesy of the enjoyed tourist defeats the balance in the ecosystem. Thus, in years time these whale sharks will be lost and maybe the catch will also deplete.
There’s a certain excitement on visiting far-flung locations. Maybe the idea of finding authenticity in a remote location drives us to go further beyond the tourist trail. Often times we discover gems in seclusion but that is not always the case.
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