Getting to Dahilayan Adventure and/or Forest Park needs proper planning. You need to plan the time and means to get there for you not to ruin your whole itinerary. Since the adventure park closes at 5pm, you need to be there as early as it opens.
Experience Mindanao’s favorite extreme playground: Dahilayan Adventure Park at Brgy. Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon, PH.
Aside from the thrilling rides the adventure park offers, Brgy Dahilayan also has another nature park that can cater what … More
Considered as home of the sweetest mangoes in the world, Guimaras Island is just a 15-minute ride from Iloilo province. This island can be easily reached through a pump boat from Ortiz, Iloilo to Jordan, Guimaras by crossing a narrow channel called the Iloilo Strait. Thus, there’s no other reason to escape from visiting this hidden gem southeast of Iloilo.
Iloilo City – the capital of Iloilo province, the regional center of Western Visayas, and the center of Iloilo-Guimaras Metropolitan area, is known to be a highly urbanized city of the Philippines’ Panay island. It was then called as the original “Queen City of the South” but has other nicknames such as “The City of Love” and “Most Loyal and Noble City”.
I love visiting churches as a sidetrip whenever I travel; and my Iloilo visit was such a great deal. Its churches are one of the many things that bring historical value to Iloilo. By that, here is the list of churches that should be visited when in Iloilo (these can be visited in 1 day as an insert to your whole itinerary).
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.
Laoag is the capital city of Ilocos Norte of Region 1 and has been the northernmost city of the country (487 km from Manila). This city’s ethnic population is overwhelmingly Ilocano and “The Aglipayan Church” as the majority’s religion. Gained the moniker “The Sunshine City” of the Philippines, Laoag City derived its name from the Ilocano word which means “light or bright”.