Wednesday, October 18, 2017

How to Plan a Honeymoon Road Trip: 7 Tips for You

Nowadays it is not interesting to go on a honeymoon trip that is already planned by tour agencies. All that you need is the Internet, a car and the desire to see new places. A road trip is nice because you can stop at any time and breathe fresh air or visit interesting places which can’t be reached by public transport. You can change route every day and choose where to go further, taking into account the recommendations of local residents. You can wait out bad weather or just ride somewhere where it’s sunny. you can change your way under the new circumstances, choosing the best route. And what is more – you will do it with your loved second half.

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Anguib Beach: Wild Boat Ride to Paradise

Anguib Beach lies on the northernmost edge of mainland Luzon. It boasts of a long stretch of fine white sands, sparkling clear turquoise waters and serene ambiance still devoid of commercialization. Its remote location makes it somehow off-the-radar and is visited only by a few tourists all year round. Though located in the mainland of Santa Ana, Cagayan, direct access to the beach by land is not open to the public. Thus it is usually offered as part of the island hopping tours which can be availed from the boatmen association in San Vicente Port.

We were able to visit Anguib Beach as we availed the special tour package from PASAMOBA COOPERATIVE. The package includes visits to Cape Engaño and Punta Verde in Palaui Island, Anguib Beach and Crocodile Island.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Travel Guide to Palaui Island and Cape Engaño in Santa Ana, Cagayan

Palaui Island is situated off the coast of San Vicente, Santa Ana, Cagayan. A protected National Marine Reserve area, Palaui became famous in 2013 when it was used as filming location of the international TV series Survivor. Though there are Palaui Island Tour Package offered by some travel agencies, not too many tourists are game enough to endure the long travel to this northernmost edge of Luzon. Thus, the island still retains its raw and rugged charm making it most suited for those who preferred off-the-beaten path experience.

I considered myself fortunate for being able to visit Palaui Island. It has been one of my dream destinations eversince I've read about this place on a few travel blogs. Here's a narrative of our Palaui Island experience, with travel guide on how to get there, boat rates, contact numbers and things to do.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Bukidnon: Breathtaking Atugan Canyon in Impasugong

The Municipality of Impasugong, landlocked in the northeastern part of Bukidnon Province, possesses a predominantly rugged terrain dotted with several mountains, ridges, canyons and gorges. Lately, outdoor enthusiasts are flocking to this quaint town giving its tourism industry a huge boost. On the frontline of Impasugong tourist spots are the ridges of Panimahawa and Kapayawan and the waterfalls in CEDAR, Balisbisan, Magobo and Tugisan. But for casual tourists who do not like to endure the long hike, the breathtaking view of Agusan Canyon is a worthwhile option.

Last weekend, LGU Impasugong held a half-marathon race as part of their Aldaw ta Impasugong celebration. I volunteered as a race photographer and stationed myself at the spot which offers an unobstructed breathtaking view of the canyons.

Here are some photos of Agusan Canyon which I took during the event...

Thursday, September 14, 2017

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Gone are the days when shopping always mean getting dressed up, driving to the mall and walking from shop to shop to look for items you want to buy. The digital age definitely made shopping more convenient. As long as you are in front of your PC or laptop or even by just using your smartphone, you can buy various online sellers offering wide choices of products at the comfort of your own home from sites like Lazada. Even when traveling, technology has made life easier for us. You can not only search essential information on a particular destination, but you can easily book your plane tickets and hotel accommodations with just a few clicks.

But did you know that there is one website that actually pays you back when you shop online? Yes,, a popular cashback website in Malaysia and Singapore is now in the Philippines and ready to reward their members every time they shop at their favorite merchants or book their plane tickets and hotel accommodations online.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Review: Camp Holiday Resort & Recreation Area in Samal Island

CAMP HOLIDAY RESORT & RECREATION AREA is one of the most popular resorts in the Island Garden City of Samal, Davao del Norte. Situated only a few steps away from the Samal Ferry Wharf, the resort is often visited by Davaoeños and tourists alike as it is very accessible from Davao City proper. Aside from its beach area, swimming pools and hotel rooms, Camp Holiday also has its own restaurant, children playground and function halls. It occupies a wide area which makes it suitable for party events and corporate team building activities.

My family recently spent a weekend at Camp Holiday and here's a photo narrative of our experience with the resort.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Callao Cave: Exploring Cagayan's Gigantic Underground Chambers

Callao Cave is one of the top tourist attractions in the far northern Province of Cagayan. Often featured in calendars, travel magazines, blogs and even a few local movies, it is probably one of the most popular caves in the Philippines. Unlike other caves which require  challenging spelunking skills, exploring Callao Cave is as easy as taking a short hike due to its vastness. This made the cave more accessible even to the casual tourists.

A work assignment in Cauayan, Isabela gave me the opportunity to visit Callao Cave. With nothing to do on a weekend, we traveled far north and explored Cagayan Province's.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tips on Your First Trip to Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has been one of the most visited regions in the world and it offers tons of interesting places that you can go from Thailand to Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia and many more. Southeast Asia countries offer stunning beaches, ancient temples, luscious green tropical jungles and exotic and unique food. With the upgraded air transportation system there are many airlines offering daily and weekly routes to the SEA region such as the worlds best low-cost airline AirAsia, Philippines Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines. On top of that, there are many travel websites on the internet which offers fantastic travel deals online. For instance, Expedia is one of the ultimate choices among travellers to get their hands on flight ticket up to 40% off.

Travelling to other countries means that you have to plan things through and make sure that you have to stay safe and healthy while enjoying your trip. Lets see some of the best tips on how to plan, pack and enjoy your first trip to Southeast Asia. 

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Bukidnon: Stunning Sea of Clouds in Malaybalay City

Sea of clouds is a naturally-occurring phenomenon hikers would wish to see when climbing mountains. As such, many would prefer to camp overnight at the peak or start their hike early dawn to witness the formation at daybreak. As it is not an everyday occurrence, the opportunity of seeing the thick layer of clouds hovering over mountain peaks, hills and valleys is considered a rare treat of nature.

In my limited climbing experience, I have personally witnessed the sea of clouds in Mount Kitanglad (Bukidnon), Mount Pulag (Benguet) and Marlboro Mountain (Sagada). Just recently, however, I discovered that it can be also seen along a hiking trail near home -the Bukidnon Provincial Tree Park in Malaybalay City.


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