If you find yourself in Surigao del Sur, don’t miss going caving in Lanuza. The Campamento Cave, though not so deep at 256 meters, is full of wonderful cave formations.
Wondering where to stay in Hinatuan during your Surigao del Sur trip? Take a look at this list of hostels and lodging houses in town.
A year later, I still can’t forget the wonder I had felt at seeing Batanes for the first time. Here are the things I loved about Sabtang Island.
Do you observe Valentine’s Day? There’s a lot of ideas here for a romantic day with the one you love. Make every moment count!
Our tour of South Batan in Batanes only reinforced my opinion that this province is one of the most beautiful destinations in the Philippines.
Misa de gallo, originally referring only to the midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, is part of what makes Christmas season in the Philippines very special.
While I still can, I’m definitely spending Christmas in the Philippines with my family. Here’s why I love it here.
Heading for Palawan? Don’t forget to check out the best restaurants in Puerto Princesa! Here are recommendations from a local.
Bohol was hit hard in the October 2013 earthquake. However, the island-province still has a lot of things to offer to visitors. Take a look at some of them.
The Begnas is Sagada’s thanksgiving ritual held in late October or early November. Make sure to observe it when you’re lucky enough to know when it’s held.
Here are some of tips (and lots of pictures!) if you’re observing the Masskara Festival in Bacolod City.
Where2Next is not your typical hostel. It gives off more of a hotel vibe, with its quiet areas and roomy spaces. It’s a great place to stay in Manila.