In this 4th Blog Carnival of the Pinoy Travel Bloggers, read about the Most Romantic Places in the Philippines chosen by 15 Filipino travelers.
El Nido in Palawan is a timeless and magical place where memories are preserved forever. You can do anything here—swim and snorkel, island hop and dive—except forget its beauty.
There are so many things you can do in La Mesa Ecopark, from playing paintball, to swimming, wall climbing, and yes, there’s a zipline too! Perfect for the family!
The Enchanted River in Hinatuan lives up to its name. Its wonderful blue and green water indeed is enough to enchant a visitor for life!
Yes, to some, the sea urchin is a delicacy. For others, though, just a look at the sea urchin’s wicked spines is enough to give them the shivers!
There are two things I do when I arrive at a travel destination: eat local food and have a massage. Here’s a list of “clean” massage parlors I’ve seen (only tried one) in General Santos City.
My family is a bit traditional in many ways. Here is how New Year’s Eve is celebrated in the Philippines.
Siquijor is said to be an island of witches. Here’s my experience of a different kind of magic when I went to this Island of Fire in the Visayas.
Recently, I took a Vietnamese friend to take a ride in the Pasig River Ferry Service, starting from Guadalupe and ending in Quiapo. I confess that it was my longest trip so far, and I was quite enchanted at the changes in the river that had previously been so polluted that mere mention of its…
Want to backpack in Northern Philippines? Here’s a suggested itinerary.
If you want to find out how Filipinos observe Easter, go spend the Holy Week in Pampanga where they still hold live crucifixions as a form of penance.
Mt. Gulugod Baboy in Mabini, Batangas is a must for those who appreciate beauty and seek the serenity that only being up in the mountains can bring.