During my recent travel in Bohol with my friends, I’ve observed that there are more foreign tourists than the locals. It tells me that our foreign friends really love the cool atmosphere of this province, in fact, many have made themselves permanent residents in Bohol. A province that has so much to offer, really, who wouldn’t love Bohol?
Here are the reasons why I love Bohol and why I think it’s the next place that you must see in the Philippines
Bolinao Pangasinan, the province's last frontier and the tip of its peninsula. A thriving beach, fresh water swim and scenery destination. Patar beach, enchanted cave, Cape Bolinao Lighthouse, Bolinao Falls
Mount Parker, locally known as Melibengoy, is a stratovolcano on Mindanao island in the Philippines (6°06.8' N, 124°53.5' E). It is located in the province of South Cotabato, 30 kilometers west of General Santos City and 44 kilometers south of Koronadal City. The volcano's English name is taken from an American General, General Frank Parker, who spotted…
Hidden beyond the mountains and the mystical forest of Maasin City in Southern Leyte is a natural wonder: Cagnituan Falls, or what the locals prefer to be called as Guinsohotan Falls. Its catch basin is wide, deep and stunning
Sole Sisters are travelers who make travel happen for themselves and for others. We are women from all walks of life who defy the challenges and accept the uncertainties of life on the road. Our aim is to connect with like minded people who continue to travel, share their stories and empower others to find their own adventures.
I found out about Isla Reta on the 2nd week of my work here in Davao. They invited me to go there but our first plan was canceled due to personal reasons. I have asked Diwa to go there but he thought it was just like another beach resort in Samal. Of course, I cannot…
So you think that Biri Rock Formations is awe-inspiring? I bet most readers have been to these islands: Boracay, Guimaras and Camiguin. Maybe only a handful of Filipinos has been to Capul Island. Tweet: “Sudden change of plans...will go to Capul island instead,
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