I just came from a recent glamping in Batangas experience at Nayomi Sanctuary Resort and here’s my tale as a first timer.
Staying in a hotel that gives you all the rest and relaxation you need after a day’s tour and travel is one thing. But checking in to a hotel to gives a whole new experience of exotic getaway and adventurous explorers while within its vicinity is another. In Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, the Disney Explorer’s Lodge…
Caleruega is a a known place in Batangas for recreational and retreat activities while being closer to nature. Check out this post to know how to get to Caleruega Church from Manila via commute.
Calauit Safari Park is your side trip when going to Coron. Check out this article to know more of what Busuanga, Palawan can offer. There is more to Busuanga Island in Palawan than the island-rich town of Coron. When one’s finished with beach bumming and trekking on stunning rock formations, a perfect way to get…
Most weekends—for the usual backpacker who juggles travel and his 9-5 job—is filled with near-Manila getaways and detailed itineraries that can be done in a day or two.
The province of Catanduanes–dubbed as the Happy Island–will be celebrating its 71st Founding Anniversary from October 15-27. Check out the festival’s line-up of activities for their celebration.
While Camarines Norte offers a myriad of travel destinations and activities as a whole—say camping in Calaguas Island or hitting the waves at Bagasbas beach—a second class municipality located at the Southeastern side of the province, meanwhile, is a promising one on its own.
While Zambales is mostly known for its famed coves like Nagsasa and Anawangin–which are close to an hour away from mainland Pundaquit, San Antonio–there is a cove just minutes away from the known surfing spot.
The first time I experienced camping in the mountains was also the first time I hiked with my partner in Mt. Manabu in Lipa, Batangas.