From bustling cities to stunning beaches and mountains, the Philippines has a lot to offer adventurous explorers. Here are three lesser-known Philippines destinations with incredible opportunities for finding future fun on holiday.
The beach sand of CYC Beach in Coron Palawan is off white – not as white as other beaches in Coron, but still soft and appealing. For all those divers out there…
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!
Ternate Cavite Beach Resort is one of the perfect places in CALABARZON to spend your much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of your hectic schedule. Relax in the calm and refreshing breeze of the sea and have an experience close to nature by cutting your cost.
What is it about the Philippines that makes it different from the rest of the world? Well, for one thing, it is all about our culture. Here are things you should know about Filipino culture that sets them apart from any other nation. Like everywhere else in the world, it has positives and negatives. But hey, let’s focus on the positive, okay?
Philippines ‘ climate is not always as spectacular as it appears on postcards. As a foreigner, you might wonder when is the best time to visit the Philippines? Well…
Things to do in Coron Palawan – Most of Palawan is still untouched and not yet commercialized, making Coron a great place to visit…
Wait, underground river? How is that possible? Yep, that’s right. In fact, the river flows directly underneath the St Paul Mountain Range, found on the mid-western coast of Palawan.
It is best visited during low tide so you’ll be able to see the entire island. Due to the sun directly shining on its powdery cream-colored sand, this looks like a dessert in the middle of the sea.
Palawan’s Cowrie Island, part of our Honda Bay Island Hopping trip, is named after the brightly-shelled mollusks which residents said thrive in the area.