Calayan Island: Off the Beaten Path to Philippine Paradise

Calayan Island offers a breathtaking view one wouldn’t get tired of exploring. It’s a remote and underrated place that deserves attention. Fresh catch, cheap sumptuous lobster, verdant greenery and crystal-clear water and the sea breeze lulling you to sleep are reasons enough to hop in the first plane ride going to this not-so-famous yet beautiful island. Must see destinations Nagudungan hills   Reaching the top of the hills made me

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When in Malaybalay: Mt. Capistrano and Nasuli Spring Adventure

Mt. Capistrano is a notable peak which can be seen along the highways of Malaybalay, Bukidnon. It has become a favorite hiking destination for both newbies and skillful hikers. The trek starts with concrete stairway then ascend to an almost 90 degrees angle (ropes are laid to assist the hiker). While climbing up, you get to see the view of the rice fields and be in awe with its beauty.

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Hiking and Camping at Kapayawan Ridge, Impasug-ong Bukidnon

If you are the kind of person who loves to do activities outside your comfort zone, then trekking and trail adventures must be on your list. And make sure before you go and take any plunge of the adventures abroad, you should savor (before anything else) the first-hand riches of our country. Unknown to many, we have our own scenic mountain view found in the Municipality of Impasug-ong, Province of

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15 Awesome Things To Do in Davao Oriental, Province

If you are planning to have an extraordinary getaway this summer, don’t miss the booming travel goals in Davao Oriental. As I visited some of them, they are also for you to try. 1. Botona Dahican Beach Resort – A simple and peaceful resort along Dahican beach. Even when you’re on a budget, enjoy the serenity and beauty of the white sand shoreline. 2. Surfing – Unknown to many, most

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