Gushing with exceptional luscious greenery, this garden-like scenery is what makes Jardin de Miramar a perfect getaway for the nature-loving guests who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the Metro. On our last trip to Antipolo we wanted to find something different. We had seen the views from Cloud 9…
The ultimate list of must-see places in Tagaytay. There is so much more to Tagaytay than just Taal lake and volcano. Tips, reviews and much more
Our list of ten best beaches In Pangasinan Philippines. From white sands to family friendly.
Are you thinking about going to Pangasinan and need to know the BEST Pangasinan Tourist Spots And Attractions? Below is our “Hot or Not” list of the best places to go. If you think we have missed anything, please feel free to comment and help add to the list. Over the last 10 years or so, a number of central provinces in Luzon have attracted the attention of tourists and vacationers wanting the beauty of natural attractions without venturing too far from Manila and the NCR. Pangasinan is one of these.
Itching to go on a weekend adventure or short break but simply don’t know where to go? If you are looking for a great place that is not too far from Manila then turn your eyes to Antipolo, Rizal. So it is time to pack your bags, and make the most out of your time as you discover what Antipolo, Philippines has to offer!
Tagaytay is a go-to destination by Manileans because of its ideal location. It is one of the famous choices for a quick getaway in the Philippines. Its cool climate, awesome restaurants, and awe-inspiring sights never fail to satisfy the need of every Filipino for leisure. Just more than an hour drive from Manila but not quite as crowded, Tagaytay is a perfect venue to recharge especially when the stress gets to you. Why don’t you plan your next Tagaytay staycation at one of these unique accommodations?
Coron island hopping tour – The good, the bad and the ugly of the Ultimate Tour… Coron is, indeed a paradise we all should experience at least once in our lives. From it’s turquoise waters to it’s towering limestone formations, white sand beaches, shipwrecks, and underwater gardens, Coron has something for everyone. We recently went on the “Coron Ultimate Tour – 7 Islands in One Day” so let’s find out if it was worth the money…
Finding things to do in Puerto Princesa Palawan is easy… deciding where to start is the hard part. PUERTO PRINCESA is a slice of heaven which is not limited only to beautiful waters but extends farther beyond imagination. Choosing what to do and where to go first can become really mind-boggling especially when you’re on a limited time.
If you are looking for a cool swimming hole then Maquinit Hot Spring is definitely not it. With the water from the hot spring hovering close to 40 degrees Celsius, it is a great place for cleansing. Join Cheche as she visits Maquinit Hot Spring Coron.
Maybe some of you would find it a little bit strange wanting to swim at Maquinit Hot Spring when you already soaked yourself in sweat on an exhausting hike. Being a little cautious, I dipped my toes in first, checking the temperature of the water. It was overly warm but not unpleasantly hot so I slowly slide into the water, gliding my feet across the pebbly floor. As I adjusted to the water temperature, I slowly dipped other parts of my body and before I knew it I was completely covered. Guess what… Surprisingly, I liked it. My skin tingled from the heat as I lay back with closed eyes and listened to the sounds of nature that surrounded me.
Whatever fatigue we gathered on our trek up Mt. Tapyas, was washed away by the therapeutic water. It was easy to relax here. All I did was soak, look at the trees and the tourist, feeling the stones tickles my feet and the warm waters soak into my skin.
Bolo Beach Pangasinan was both hot but also at the same time a definite NOT…
In some ways, Bolo was a disappointment but, at the same time, we loved the place. When we were there in July there were quite a few jelly fish floating in the water and washing up on the beach. Be warned that there are times of the year when these things might happen and it only takes one jelly fish sting to ruin a holiday.. On previous visits we didn’t have this problem so I hope it is a one time thing.
Looking for things to do in Manila? In an area as large and diverse as the Manila NCR (National Capital Region) it is not too hard to make a large and interesting list of attractions.
Kayangan Lake, being as popular as it is, usually has a multitude of tourists and boats flanking the gateway to the lake and effectively block the view and ruining many great shots and pictures – but what could you expect? And, yes, this as the case when we arrived. Kayangan Lake has been plastered on plenty of travel websites and social media accounts; it’s understandable that the crowds have come.
The water is extremely clear and the colors are amazing. While it puts Coron on the map for most visitors, these beautiful islands hold many more amazing sights as well. Here is everything you need to know when planning a trip to Kayangan Lake.
There’s a little wooden walkway and platform to stash your things if you go for a swim. Don’t expect privacy or quiet, though, as the lagoon where boats unload passengers looks like a mall parking lot at noon. Gary brought his drone but sadly he decided not to use it because of the crowds, the limited time we had.