Welcome to Banwa Private Island… A truly private island. When you charter Banwa, the island becomes EXCLUSIVELY YOURS.There’s no compromise. There are no guests unknown to you. Quite simply, it’s
Nestled at the southwestern and farthermost tip of Palawan is the Balabac group of islands. For those who don’t know, Balabac is a secluded area of raw paradise with turquoise
VISITORS and a local diver look for fish around a rock islet considered the symbol of Cabra Island. INQSnap this page (not just the logo) to view more photos. LYN
Located just around 60km from Manila, Tagaytay City has always been the go-to destination for those wishing to escape the searing heat of the capital, especially in the summer season.
Everything You Need to Know About Camiguin: Essential Travel Guide Nina, 1 year ago 10 min read To say Camiguin is a beautiful island would be an understatement. True, most tourists and locals love
A progressive city by the bay with the Philippines’ most active volcano and the world’s most perfect cone on the backdrop is Legazpi City. The capital of the Province of Albay
Masbate City, the capital of the province of the same name, is known as “The Rodeo Capital of the Philippines.” Mention Masbate and images of cowboys, rolling hills and the
In the whole island of Bohol, Jagna is said to have the best cockpit. And just off its shores is a double reef which is now a protected zone marked
Moalboal is a well known tourist and diving paradise due to its unspoiled fine white sand beaches and diverse marine life. Divers and snorkelers will enjoy the rich and colorful
Bantayan Island is made up of three municipalities of the province of Cebu – Bantayan, Madridejos and Santa Fe. The municipality of Bantayan takes the western and central areas known
The places surrounding Baguio were first settled primarily by the Ibalois and the Kankanaeys. In the nearby town of La Trinidad, Benguet, Spaniards established a zeus or military garrison, but the Kafagway,
Batangas is a name formed from the word ‘batang’ meaning logs (trunks or large branches of trees). Legend has it that logs, locally known as batang, were floating all over
Going to Bacolod for Masskara? Make sure to drop by these nearby attractions! Bacolod is the gateway of Negros Occidental. Known as the “City of Smiles” and the “Sugar Capital
The lagoon has two parts and it was divided by strip of limestone rocks with lush green vegetation in the middle. The unspoiled water body is home to thousands of sting-less jellyfish that have served as their breeding ground in a particular season of the year.
Banaue is in Luzon Island in the north of the Philippines, in an area called Ifugao. It has one of the most amazing mountain views you’ll ever see. These mountains are the home of 2,000-year-old rice terraces, and is, in my opinion, a place you shouldn’t miss if you visit the Philippines.