Mt. Batulao Batangas: You don’t need to travel too far from Manila to be one with nature and enjoy a fun trek, Mt. Batulao is an easy drive away waiting to be explored and conquered!
Kayangan Lake Coron Palawan is definitely one of the most visited sites in the Philippines and highlights of our Coron holiday. And obviously, it gets incredibly busy.
If you plan to be in the Philippines for more than 90 days and plan to drive a vehicle, you will need a Philippine driver’s license.
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Things to do in Coron Palawan – Most of Palawan is still untouched and not yet commercialized, making Coron a great place to visit…
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Starfish Island Palawan is a small snorkel spot of Puerto Princesa with less than 20 cottages as accommodation for picnicking island-hoppers. A shuttle van which the tour guide is Kuya Bonbon picked us up from our hotel around 7 am, continued to pick the rest of the group up, then we’re off to Sta Lourdes Wharf where boats going to the islands were docked.
Cedar Creek Falls Mt Tamborine is one of the Gold Coast Hinterlands’ popular tourist attractions with stunning views over the open canyon, waterfall, and rock pools. Yet it was dry season…
Hinulugang Taktak Falls is one of Antipolo’s primary natural attractions. Make sure you have proper swimwear, as they aim to turn the Hinulugang Taktak swimming pool into a place that Antipolo can be proud of once more.
Gushing with exceptional luscious greenery, this garden-like scenery is what makes Jardin de Miramar Antipolo a perfect getaway for the nature-lover.