Sagada in Mt. Province is known for its cold climate and activities such as trekking, exploring falls & caves, spelunking, and other natural wonders. The town is a budget-friendly destination but pretty inaccessible for those who hate long drives. [Part 4 of 4: Travel Guide to Sagada]
Sagada in Mt. Province is known for its cold climate and activities such as trekking, exploring falls & caves, spelunking, and other natural wonders. The town is a budget-friendly destination but pretty inaccessible for those who hate long drives. [Part 1 of 4: Travel Guide to Sagada]
The province of Ifugao is famous for its historic 2,000-year-old rice terraces that were carved by its ancestors of indigenous … More
Can you believe that you can visit 3 provinces in just one trip in 3 days time? If you have #travelgoals of reaching all the 81 provinces of Philippines, then this trip may be a good start. For approximately Php5,000, I had explored Ifugao, Mt. Province and Benguet with less hassle amidst being budget-conscious.
A coastal town in Ilocos Norte, Pagudpud is best in providing #summergoals for everyone. Pristine waters, white sands lined with … More
Do you want to wait up and see how the sun rises at the northernmost part of Luzon and capture … More
Vigan City is the capital city of Ilocos Sur. The city itself (Historic Town of Vigan) has been designated as UNESCO Heritage Site in 1999. It is unique among Philippines’ towns because it is the most extensive and only surviving historic city of the country that dates back to the 16th century Spanish colonial period. It has also been recognized as one of the New7Wonders Cities of the world in May 2015.
We spent almost 4 days in Luzon but technically, it took us only 2 days to enjoy Ilocos. The 2 days are set aside for our travel to and from there. And so, number of days to spend will depend on your mode of transportation, place of origin, even the choice how to travel within Ilocos’ tourist sites: exclusive tour or backpacker style.
El Nido, Palawan is truly a paradise. A magical place that you ought to wonder how could possibly be made through natural evolution and time.
Puerto Prinsesa City also called “The City in the Forest” and “City of the Living God” is an independent city that’s rich in biodiversity and preserved nature. Today, it is a popular tourist city with numerous beaches and seafood restaurants. Its attractions have much to do with its natural wonders and commitment to the environment. It is acclaimed many times as the cleanest and greenest city in the country.