The place is called the Allah Valley, a vast landscape covering portions of South Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat in South Central Mindanao region. Here, the picturesque upland town of Lake Sebu in South Cotabato is the crowning destination and the rest of the eco-cultural tourism spots are equally amazing.
So this is Hidak Falls.” The waterfalls hug the boulders until it reaches the ground. Hidak in Tboli language refers to slippery rocks. For the falls, the slippery rocks serve as the tiny filters that break the water into rain-like drops gushing to the ground.
Black Island is a perfect island destination in Busuanga. The island has fine white sand. The beach shore is breathtaking. The underwater is rich with marine life. Black Island is definitely a paradise found.
With its rough, steep terrain and narrow mountain roads, Lake Sebu is best explored by habal-habal (motorcycle). Located at the southwestern of the province of South Cotabato, this idyllic town is home to a host of natural attractions and points...
Even though the trail down was slippery and proved to be more difficult, I was able to reach camp after thirty minutes. Heart thumping wildly, eyes filled with joy and grin so wide, I felt like I've gone bananas. Broad and majestic, yet so serene, its waters clean and still. I wanted to have this moment last for a lifetime.
Mt. Malipunyo's summit which I've visited twice has not allowed me to see any views at all. Supposedly, you can see other mountains in Batangas and Laguna. However, in both times, fog obscured the scenery. It was also very windy and cold so we only stayed for several minutes. -
It was on our second day in Kalinga when our group set off to explore some villages in Tinglayan. Because we were only have a full day to travel around, we agreed to three villages to visit such as Buscalan, Loccong and Butbut Proper. But we also made a side trip to Mabilong on our last day before our group finally headed back to Manila. Mabilong is the center of the ethnic weaving industry in Kalinga.
Across the iconic Naga Cathedral on the historic street of Barlin stands Que Pasa, a new restaurant that is becoming a haven for local artists and a showcase of a thriving new art scene in the province of Camarines Sur in...
Back in college, we were required to do community work, interact with the locals and provide free medical assistance to the communities so when I heard about Project Jomalig, I was ecstatic. I have been dreaming of Jomalig Island since I stumbled upon Lakwatsero's blog. This off beaten path was said to be a haven for backpackers, with secluded beaches yet to be discovered.I knew I just had to go. This was just on top of the culminating event and the chance to be of help to others in my own little ways.
This island situated in the town of Culasi, Antique, just about 3 hours away from it more famous neighbor, Boracay, but a world away from its hedonistic pursuits. It is rung with bone-white beaches hemmed in by dramatic, wind-swept headlands. Here's a travel guide to help you plan your trip to Malalison.
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