7 Majestic Waterfalls To Visit in Southern Cebu, Philippines

Cebu is the first capital of the Philippines also known as the “Queen City of the South,” popular to its largest festival in the country called Sinulog Festival. It is located in Central Visayas. It is one of the most developed provinces in the Philippines as the center of commerce, tourism, trade and industry. The province is popular when it comes to tourism. It has a total of 44 municipalities

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Bukidnon Escapade: Chasing Waterfalls at CEDAR

CEDAR – Center for Development and Recreation is another adventure destination that you should not miss when you get to Bukidnon. A reforestation project of the local government and Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and it has a total land area of 1703 hectares containing awesome man-made and natural forest. For adventure-seekers, CEDAR is a good destination for chasing waterfalls that can be trekked less than an hour.

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Baler to Remember – 10 Best Things To Do in Baler, Aurora

Baler is the provincial capital of Aurora. It is one of the top beach destinations and was identified as one of the top surf spots in the Philippines. Unknown to many, there are other places in Baler that would surely capture the heart of its visitors. Here are the 10 best things to do when you get to visit Baler. 1. Dinadiawan Agri Beach Resort A Baler escapade wouldn’t be

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Great Experience at Maxima Aqua Fun of IGACOS

Maxima Aqua Fun was our next destination after a refreshing experience in Hagimit Falls. It is few meters away from the falls particularly located at Brgy. Cawag, Peñaplata, Island Garden City of Samal. The place offers wonderful outdoor activities like Water Blob, Giant Slide, Banana Boat, Kayaking, jetski including island hopping and Scuba diving for nature tripping. This new attraction in IGACOS(Island Garden City of Samal) was actually my main

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