Your Vacation Guide for 2017
How to Go to Kalanggaman Island in Palompon Leyte?
Kalanggaman Island is truly a paradise for beach lovers. You can check out some of the enchanting photos of Kalanggaman island, its long white sandbar and its clear waters. For everyone who wants to experience the island’s charm and beauty this summer or anytime of the year, here’s how you can go and visit Kalanggaman Island in Palompon, Leyte.
12 Places to Visit in the Queen City of the South (Cebu City)
The City of Cebu is the center for commerce and trade in Visayas, Philippines. It is also considered as one of the most livable cities in the country. I personally love Cebu as a metropolis because it’s not as crowded and polluted as Metro Manila. The cost of living (meals, accommodation, etc.) in the city is also more affordable than in most urbanized cities in the Philippines.
16 Reasons to Explore Sohoton Caves and Natural Bridge in Basey, Samar
Many people think that Sohoton is only about caves but in reality, the area is an ideal place for all types of nature lovers and adventurers. Sohoton Natural Bridge Natural Park (SNBNP) is complete with cathedral-shaped caves, lush green forests, amazing rock and limestone formations, and a cold-water river that passes through a natural rock bridge. If you have not been to Sohoton Natural Bridge Natural Park, here are 16 reasons and a lot of my travel photos that will make you want to visit and explore SNBNP now.
Snorkelling with Whale Sharks in Oslob
Having spoken to heaps of my freediving buddies who have already spent time in the Philippines they all raved about swimming and freediving with whale sharks in the village of Oslob. It was something I kind of viewed as ‘cheating’ but seeing as I’ve seen one completely by chance I thought I could excuse it! So when I hit up the Philippines for some freediving this month a trip to the whale sharks was top priority and to say I was stoked for it was a massive understatement!
Siargao Island – A complete guide to the island paradise
Siargao Island in the Philippines has instantly become one of my favourite travel and surf destinations. The perfect mix of warm water, island time, tranquility, aloha vibes and, of course, epic surf breaks. This tiny island in the East of the Philippines is often described as Bali 30 years ago. For me, as a surfer, it was a highly anticipated stop during my travels in South East Asia and I’m super stoked to say it didn’t disappoint, in fact, it was even more incredible than I imagined.