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Mt. Batulao

Mt. Batulao is one of the famous destinations for the those people searching for challenges and outdoor adventurers. This mountain is another gems of Southern Luzon and is 2-3 hours travel from the Manila, very accessible to both private and public vehicles.  Batulao is famous because of the breathtaking view of its ranges and slopes. Its surface has an amazing shape covered with luscious and relaxing greens. Since it's just few kilometers away from Tagaytay, which is the usual side trip, its ambiance is really cool. Continue Reading  >>>

Mt. Maculot

Mt. Maculot
Mt. Maculot is one of the mountains lying in southern Luzon which is prominent to mountaineers because of its special feature. Maculot is one of the best options for day hikes because of its minor trail type, terrains that are covered with trees and surrounded by grass and shrubs, the air is fresh, cool ambiance and a perfect location for a stunning shot with the world famous and most active Taal Volcano on the background. The rockies is one of the best and famous part of Maculot. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Cebu

Tourist Spots in Cebu
Cebu City is situated on the eastern shore of Cebu Island, which is also the city capital of the island. Cebu is one of the largest islands in the Philippine Archipelago.  It is considered as the “Queen City of the South” because of its economic stability and other factors. So in terms of Philippine history, this province can contribute more, especially in religion. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Baguio

Tourist Spots in Baguio
We arrived in Baguio City past eleven in the morning. We had our breakfast/lunch at Emil Rose. The ambiance inside Emil Rose Restaurant is amazing, no air conditioner but the temperature is cool, and the foods taste good and served elegantly. After the sumptuous lunch, we continued traveling to Itogon, Benguet. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Benguet

Tourist Spots in Benguet
Mt. Pulag is considered as the third highest mountain in the Philippines and the highest point in Luzon, measures 2,922 MASL. Most of the hikers place this mountain as one of the ‘must climb’ list because of its majestic beauty that can capture everyone’s heart. This mountain features the famous “sea of clouds” which attracts many tourist. This is a majestic phenomenon where the hikers, on the summit, are literally above the clouds. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Zambales

Tourist Spots in Zambales
Just recently, the province of Zambales became more popular because of the issue about the West Philippine Sea arbitration case with China. The long stretch of shoreline, facing the West Philippine Sea, has fine white sand, the water is crystal clear, the ambiance is absolutely refreshing, and more to offer. Having said that, since it is already considered as tourist destinations, beach resorts created variety of water activities like scuba diving. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Tarlac

Tourist Spots in Tarlac
The province of Tarlac is situated in Central Luzon, surrounded by the provinces of Zambales, Pangasinan, and Nueva Ecija, a two to three hours travel from Metro Manila. Tarlac is also one of the provinces that holds a huge part in Philippine history. During my visit, the wide rice fields and mountainous areas are very noticeable. The entire area, even the city, is surrounded by the relaxing green colors. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Pampanga

Tourist Spots in Pampanga
Giant Lantern Festival is an annual festivities held in December in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines. The festival features a competition of giant lanterns. Because of the popularity of the festival, the city has been nicknamed the "Christmas Capital of the Philippines". Continue Reading >>>

Bacolor Church

Bacolor Church
Bacolor Church or the San Guillermo Church in Pampanga is considered as the Cagsawa of the North. More then twenty years ago, Mt. Pinatubo erupted and many municipalities were left devastated, including Bacolor, Pampanga. This church was built in 1576 and was named after Bacolor's patron saint San Guillermo ErmitaƱo. Destroyed by earthquakes and fire then was rebuilt in 1886. Continue Reading >>>

Barasoain Church

Barasoain Church
Barasoain Church is also known as (Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish) is a Roman Catholic church built in 1630 in Malolos City, Bulacan.    This church housed the revolutionary congress which was inaugurated on September 15, 1898,  Pedro A. Paterno was the President. It was here, that the congress, among other measures discussed and approved the Malolos Constitution. More of the Bulacan Tourist Spots, Click Here >>>

Tourist Spots in Bulacan

Tourist Spots in Bulacan
In Philippine History, the province of Bulacan is one of those places with a lot of stories written in the books. It is few hours travel from Metro Manila. Backpacking, with a friend, is so simple yet remarkable. Tourist spots in Bulacan has the combination of history, adventure, nature, and many more. Plus, people are so accommodating and their local delicacies are mouth watering. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Bataan

Tourist Spots in Bataan
Historically speaking, Bataan is one of the provinces in the Philippines that has a huge contribution to the Philippine history, political or not. Bataan belongs to Region 3 or commonly known as the Central Luzon provinces. This province is separated by Manila de Bay from NCR and Cavite. During my visit in the province, I noticed that the people are accommodating and are living in simple way. Aside from that, Bataan also has a lot to offer in terms of tourist destinations. Continue Reading >>>

Mt. Ugo

Mt. Ugo
Mt. Ugo is one of the giants, located in Northern Luzon. Our traverse was a two-day itinerary, from Brgy. Kayapa, Nueva Vizacaya to Itogon, Benguet. This mountain has a cool ambiance, covered with beautiful, relaxing green surroundings, vast diversity of flora and fauna. Ugo bears colorful ornaments spread on the trails and hanging on the trees. There were birds singing and other creatures made this mountain as their own paradise. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in La Union

Tourist Spots in La Union
La Union is one of the surfing capitals of the Philippines, so even here in Aringay, the huge waves can explain or tell you that they are also included in the title. Too sad for us because we arrived late in the area and we were not able to try and experience the excitement. Continue Reading >>>

Paoay Church

Paoay Church
Paoay Church is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, in the Philippines. The structure is made up of baked bricks, coral rocks, tree sap and solid lumber.  The 24 buttresses were also placed on each side of the church for support and those are the reason why it is still standing after the quakes in 17th century up to this generation. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Ilocos

Tourist Spots in Ilocos
Since I am an avid of  the Marcos'es,  traveling to their hometown, Ilocos, is one of my bucket list. This province has everything to offer, from its wide coverage of history, politics, and tourist spots, tourist attractions and top destinations.What else are you looking? More photos, Click Here >>>

Caramoan | Camarines Sur

Caramoan
Caramoan became popular in the world when few of the Survivor franchise had their challenges on some of its islands. This beauty is situated in the far side of Camarines Sur, almost twelve hours form Manila via land. But the stress you’ll feel because its half day travel will be replaced with enjoyment – thanks to the beauty of Caramoan. Continue Reading >>>

Crystal Beach Resort | Zambales

Crystal Beach Resort
Crystal Beach Resort is situated in San Narciso, Zambales, a 3 to 4 hours travel from Metro Manila. Crystal Beach has a long fine sand beach which is good for camping and sun bathing. The water is cool and crystal clear perfect for the summer. As what you can see on the photo above, the area is surrounded by pine trees covering the camping area for a relaxing camping experience. Continue Reading >>>

Balangay Museum | Butuan City

Balangay Museum
Balangay Shrine is a branch of National Museum which is just a small structure but the artifacts inside are the ancient and historical remnants of Balangay and other things discovered in the area. Most part of this structure are surrounded by glass to protect each of the relics. If I am not mistaken, I was in the fifth grade when heard this word for the first time. The Filipino word Baranggay was derived from the word: Balangay which is a watercraft used by the ancient people in the Philippines for transportation and for barter and trade. More photos from Balangay Shrine, Continue Reading >>>

Boslon Island | Surigao

Boslon Island
Walk with happiness on the fine white sands that cover the Boslon Island. This islet is like a huge boulder dropped in the water, because of the pressure the fine white sand exploded and became Boslon Island. Well, that’s only my own story. Anyways, this islet is circular in shape, with the plants and trees hanging on top of the islet creating a cool atmosphere in the area. Here’s what you can see at Boslon Island, Continue Reading >>>

Naked Island | Surigao

Naked Island
Experience this naked paradise at the Naked Island. It is not what you think, I know you’re thinking of something green but its name is derived from its characteristic – naked, meaning nothing can be found on this islet, just fine white sand and it is also small, maybe 10 meters or less. More photos from the Naked Island, Click Here >>>

Hagonoy Island | Surigao

Hagonoy Island
Hagonoy Island, this islet is really small, just a hundred meters long or maybe less but has a fine white sand shore and surrounded by crystal clear waters. Hagonoy is an islet with few coconuts and trees, so expect for a darker skin tone after your visit because of the sun rays. It is the cutest among Britania Group of Islets. More photos from Hagonoy Island, Click Here >>>

Tourist Spots in Surigao

Tourist Spots in Surigao
Be transformed as you meditate at the garden of vines that heals every soul’s weary at Hagonoy, Naked, Boslon and Hiyor-hiyoran Islands – three gorgeous Britania Group of Islets. These islets are really small, but they have fine white sand beaches and surrounded by cool and crystal clear waters. They are like pearls in the ocean! More photos from Britania Group of Islets, Click Here >>>

Libuacan Cold Spring | Surigao

Libuacan Cold Spring
Libuacan Cold Spring (photo above) is part of our Must Visit tourist destinations in Surigao del Sur. We felt sad because the famous Enchanted River was closed due to its renovations but its fine, there will always be a perfect time for us; anyways, let’s go back to Libuacan Cold Spring. It is a river system with cold and crystalline water, free flowing, and surrounded by relaxing greens. Since the area is surrounded by trees, so the ambiance is really cool and relaxing; everything seemed to be fresh. More photos from Libuacan Cold Spring, Click Here>>>

Tinuy-an Falls | Surigao del Sur

Tinuy-an Falls
Tinuy-an Falls  is one of tourist spots, attractions, and destinations that Surigao del Sur can offer. Tinuy-an is a huge water fall with cool and crystal clear waters, and surrounded by relaxing greens, creating the area a gorgeous landscape. The ambiance is so cool, with the fresh air blowing. Feel the pressure of the water falling by riding on the raft to the base of the water falls. More photos of Tinuy-an Falls, Click Here >>>

Ardent Hot Spring | Camiguin

Best Hot Spring
Mt. Hibok Hibok is a good source of hot spring, like Ardent Hot Spring. It was our last destination for that day; it is situated at the base of Mt. Hibok Hibok. Ardent has a wide land area composed of trees, plants, cottages, and other structures. Tourists usually make this hot spring as their last destination to soothe their tired muscles and it is really true. Spent an hour here and had a relaxing feeling while my body is submerged in the warm water. More photos from Ardent Hot Spring, Click Here>>>

Camiguin Underwater Cemetery | Camiguin

Camiguin Underwater Cemetery
Camiguin Underwater Cemetery is one of the must visit tourist spots, attractions and destinations in the province. Before, it was a resting place but now it's a tourist place that gives money to the government and jobs to the locals. This spot has a huge cross perched in the water. Tourists can cross and step on the base of the cross using boats, of course NOT for free. Souvenir shops and stores are available by the entrance.

Soda Swimming Pool | Camiguin

Soda Swimming Pool
Soda Swimming Pool is also by the highway. I know you're wondering why they call it Soda, correct? It is simply because the water coming out from this spring tastes like a soda and it is safe to drink. Like Sto. Nino Cold Spring, Soda swimming pool also has cool, refreshing and crystal clear water. More photos from Soda Swimming Pool, Click Here>>>

Tuasan Falls | Camiguin

Tuasan Falls
Tuasan Falls is one of the must visit tourist attractions in Camiguin. Similar with the other waterfalls in the Philippines, it has water (of course), there’s pressure, the area is surrounded by trees and woods, I think, Tuasan is not that famous, so less people, good for you. During our visit, NO Entrance fees collected. Stores are available by the entrance.

Sto. Nino Cold Spring | Camiguin

Sto. Nino Cold Spring
Sto. Nino Cold Spring is one of Camiguin’s top tourist destinations. By its name, you can easily expect for a fresh and cold spring water. I no plans to get wet, especially with the temperature of the water, it was really a NO NO. Because of its super dupper clear water, I dipped into the water and experienced how great this cold spring is. I was also stunned by the bottom of the pool, there are no silts because it is made of concrete. More photos from Sto. Nino Cold Spring, Click Here>>>

Tourist Spots in Camiguin

Tourist Spots in Camiguin
Every time I hear Camiguin, I usually think of the best lanzones in the Philippines and the underwater cemetery. But during our visit, we found the hidden wealth that Camiguin can be proud of. It is truly that the province is one of the best tourist spots, tourist destinations and tourist attractions in the Philippines. Backpacking is not a big problem here because at the port of Camiguin, multi-cab, with a driver, can be chartered for the whole day tour (that’s what we did). Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Cavite

Tourist Spots in Cavite
Cavite is one of the most accessible provinces in southern Luzon, two to three hours travel from Metro Manila. It contributed a lot to Philippine history and few of the standing witnesses are those historical sites in Kawit and other parts of the province. Aside from those historical sites, if you’re into nature, don’t worry Cavite also has few. Here are some of the tourist attractions and destinations in Cavite. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Laguna

Tourist Spots in Laguna
Laguna is one of the tourist destinations in southern Luzon because it is just a two hour travel from Manila. This province has the great combination of historical sites and nature that attract tourist from the Metro and other nearby provinces. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Quezon Province

Tourist Spots in Quezon Province
Quezon Province is one of the provinces near Manila with a lot of tourist destinations to offer, either mountains, water and historical landmarks. It is very accessible because transportation is much easier and travel period is 2 to 3 hours. It is still part of southern Luzon region. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Rizal

Tourist Spots in Rizal
Rizal is very near! If you want to distress and just want to enjoy the beauty of nature, then you visit Rizal which is a neighbor province of Metro Manila. This province has a lot to offer, from history, nature, extreme sports, foods, places to stay and many more. Transportation is not a problem at all because it is accessible from Cubao, Robinsons Galleria and SM Megamall. Here are few of the tourist spots in Rizal. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Romblon

Tourist Spots in Romblon
Romblon is my home town and I am very proud that I was raised in this small archipelago. My early years was surrounded by rice field, trees, and marbles, I thought the province of Romblon is composed of such but I was wrong. When I started traveling that's the time that I discovered that my home town has a lot to offer. From the untouched beaches, unexplored caves, mountains, underwater richness and may others. This article will show you how beautiful Romblon is. Allow me to introduce to you the gorgeous tourist destinations in Romblon. Continue Reading >>>

Tourist Spots in Mindoro

Tourist Spots in Mindoro
Mindoro Island is divided into two provinces, Oriental and Occidental. Its main products are mostly agricultural but they also have beautiful and stunning tourist destinations that they can be proud of. From the historical sites to the beautiful white beaches, underwater richness, rain-forest from the mountains, and the people. I have tried solo-backpacking to Mindoro several times and I can say that the people here are one of the hospitable and friendly in the country. Continue Reading >>>

The Beauty of Palawan

Kayangan Lake
Palawan is the longest and one of the biggest provinces in the Philippines in terms of land area. This land area is gifted with beautiful tourist spots, must visit tourist attractions, amazing tourist destinations, mouth water delicacies and great people. The beauty of  Palawan has a combination of white beaches with calm crystal clear water, gorgeous islands (Palawan is the best island in the world), world class dive sites, caves, mountains and many more. Few of these are Puerto Princesa Subterranean river, artistic rock formations of Coron and El Nido, colorful marine lifeforms of Tubbataha reef, Mt. Mantalingajan in Rizal and the rich culture of the Taw't Batu tribes. Photo by Cheng Santos. Continue Reading >>>

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