If there’s a region in the Philippines that I want to explore more, that probably be Ilocos. I’ve been there before, but it was just a quick side trip after I went to Calayan Island. Gorgeous landscapes, charming old houses and churches, that’s my impression of this region. The character is so different to other parts of the Philippines. Everything is just unique even the plants that … More Badoc Island: The Ilocos that you probably didn’t know
The Philippines will never ran out of waterfalls. One might be famous today then new one will going to be discovered tomorrow. When I visited Lulugayan falls, I really don’t have any idea how it looks like because of 2 reasons. First, it wasn’t part of my prospects when I visited Samar and second, I … More Calbiga Samar’s Gem: Lulugayan Falls
For a long time, caves are believed to be homes of superstitious creatures like fairies, engkanto or laman-lupa. This maybe because it’s part of Filipino culture to believe on them. I remember I was told as a kid that there’s nothing wrong of believing just to be on the safe side. But with the … More Exploring Langun-Gobingob caves on DIY
Batanes is a small group of islands located in the northernmost tip of the Philippines. So far that it’s even nearer Taiwan than mainland Luzon. Dubbed as the New Zealand of the Philippines because of its scenic hills and rugged coast lines, the place is simply paradise. For a long time, Batanes is just sitting … More Batanes dreams do come true… Part 1(Guide)
Dramatic marble rock formations, an in-cave natural swimming pool and its proximity to Metro Manila, make this gem a perfect getaway for the weekend. Tinipak is located in between boundaries of Barangay Daraitan in Rizal and General Nakar in Quezon Province. The river is popular to mountaineers since this is the main attraction after summiting … More Solo Traveler’s Guide to Tinipak River
A short video of our revisit to the Golden Island Paradise of Jomalig. Please switch to HD for better viewing.
Isn’t it obvious how I fell in love with this island that I went back in just less than 6 months? Our first visit was a big challenge but it left us curious to explore more so we decided to be back. As mentioned on my first post, it wasn’t the perfect time that time. … More Jomalig Island: Revisited