Travel Boracay

If you want to enjoy your stay in a beautiful paradise of clear blue green water and cool white sand, you could check out Tali Beach, the world-famous Boracay or try surfing the secluded beaches of Surigao and La Union.

Giant Whale Shark

Have a closer look at the largest fish on earth, the whale shark, which would be found at a once sleepy coastal town in Sorsogon.

El Nido Palawan

Palawan is considered to be the last ecological frontier if the Philippine. Aside from being famous with its different diving destinations, the Island is also flocked with visiting tourists because of the crystal clear lagoons, virgin forests and limestone cliff islands.

Baguio Botanical Garden

Baguio has a mild climate and is popular for its name as the "Summer Capital of the Philippines". The temperature in Baguio is eight degrees lower than the rest of the country.

Siargao Island

Surigao city is very popular not only to local, but as well as to foreign country because of its surfing breaks with a world title of being the top Surfing Waves.

Donsol Whale Sharks

With over 7000 islands the Philippines is a great adventure. Still a country overlooked by a lot of backpackers because of its distance away from the mainland. With its tropical white sand beaches and turquoise sea it truly is paradise.

The Island of Palawan

Puerto Princesa is like most capitols you will find in the Philippines with not much going on for visitors. It is a town to get yourself sorted with essentials before you move around the island.

Palawan Travel Tips

The beach paradise of Palawan island has every reason to make you smile. Navigable subterranean rivers, crystal clear bays, lush forests, limestone-walled green lagoons, and a host of tropical fish all bid you welcome -- even from your own home.

The island of Palawan is one of the Philippine's biggest nature gem, harboring some of the world's most diverse ecosystem, geological wonders, endangered species, vintage ethnicity and local customs, and most of all, immaculate and pristine white sand beaches.

Travelling inside Palawan's Underground River is a breath taking experience especially if you are the type of person who loves nature tripping. While you are traveling in this river you will feel a scary but exciting feeling which will make you come back for more.