Traveling to the Philippines for the first time? Here are some Manila solo travel tips to guide you, including where to stay and what to do in Manila.
Looking for things to do in Tanay, Rizal? Check out Haranah Eco-Park. There are so many earth-friendly things you can do there! Here are 5 of them.
Looking for the best hostels in Manila (i.e., Metro Manila, which includes Makati and other cities) for the next time you visit? Here are some recommendations.
Are you planning on going to Cebu soon? Here’s our Cebu solo travel tips plus a comprehensive guide on what to do and where to go once you’re there.
Most people visit the Underground River in Palawan with a tour group. If you want to experience it more, though, do a DIY tour. Here’s how.
Want to swim in one of the clearest and cleanest streams in Surigao del Sur? Head to the Libuacan Cold Spring in Tagbina, less than an hour from Hinatuan.
Traveling to Palawan in the Philippines soon? Check out these five El Nido attractions suggested by a fellow traveler and writer.
Have you been to Antique? This province in Panay Island has so many natural wonders, including the beautiful Seco Island that I visited last June.
The Philippines is not just pristine white beaches and virgin islands. Up north, the mountains of Banaue are waiting. (This is a guest post by Noam Toister)
Malalison Island in Antique Province is a feast for the senses with its stunning views and white sand beaches. Visit if you love the sun, sand, and the sea!
If you’re planning to go to Siargao Island, stay at Kermit Surf and Dive. Here’s my experience there (3 days and 2 nights).
Dubbed as the Queen City of the South, Cebu is a veritable melting pot of cultures, with numerous local and international visitors making it their home. Here are the top places to visit in Cebu.