If you want to try out a highly exciting water activity, bring your friends and go whitewater rafting in Laguna (Philippines)!
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.
If you have a few days to spend in Nepal, I highly recommend paragliding in Pokhara. It’s definitely an unforgettable experience.
Have you ever gone caving in China? The interesting Silver Fox Cave just outside of Beijing is worth checking out.
Have you been given a chance to conquer your fears in your travels? I did. I conquered my fear of heights when I took the Plunge in Danao Adventure Park.
Did you ever dream of becoming a pilot? I did. And I managed to achieve my dream of flying a plane—even for just a few minutes—up in the Johor Bahru airspace.
Rappelling is something that all adrenaline junkies (or adventure lovers) should experience. This 110-m rock face in Mariveles, Bataan is definitely not for the faint-hearted!
If you want to escape the heat, why not go caving this summer season? There are caves waiting for you to explore in Wawa Dam, Montalban.
Mt. Pinatubo erupted in 1991, causing major destruction to its surrounding communities. Through the years, however, it became a tourist attraction. There is another face of Mt. Pinatubo; find out what in this post.
If you find yourself in my hometown in Surigao del Sur, don’t miss checking out the Danakit Cave!
Have you ever hitchhiked in the Philippines? Read these travelers’ stories about their experience and their tips on hitchhiking in the country.
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.