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Davao del Norte | Monfort Bat Sanctuary, the World’s Largest Geoffrey’s Rousette Fruit Bats Population in a Cave

Philippines is definitely a beautiful country with a lot of tourists’ spots for visitors all over the world. Mostly, they visit spots such as lakes, beaches and other water bodies where Philippine’s nature is truly rich at. Other than that, there are more natural richness Philippines have. One of those is the Monfort Bat Cave. It is now a designated key eco-tourism site of the region.

Monfort Bat Sanctuary in Samal Island

Bacolod City | Masskara Festival 2016 Schedule of Activities, Things to Do and Travel Guide

Philippines – known for our surreal beaches and our joyous and magnificent festivities. A lot of people are aware of what our country can offer in terms of fun, sceneries, and serene surroundings but some still doubt and some are still in the sphere of wonder of what the Pearl of the Orient Sea can give them.  

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photograph courtesy of my photographer friend Rob  of Palibut.com

Davao City | The Philippine Eagle Center in Malagos

I had the chance to visit The Philippine Eagle Center in Malagos, Davao City early this year. This unplanned and quick visit helped me understand the real situation of the country’s mightiest bird (or I should say “one of the most vulnerable species”), the Haribon or simply called the Philippine Eagle.

Philippine Eagle Center in Davao

Iligan City | Dodiongan Falls

The Philippines is home to the best and the most breathtaking places that will definitely be worth of your visit. Places like Palawan, Boracay, Cebu, and many more would definitely make you want to go back more once you see them. Iligan City is one of the places and it is where some of the most mysterious and gorgeous sceneries reside; waterfalls, rivers, you name it!

Dodiongan Falls

Zamboanga City | Yakan Weaving Village in Asia’s Latin City

Zamboanga is a highly urbanized city dubbed by some as “Asia’s Latin City” because of the obvious Spanish influences, not the least of which is the wide use of Chabacano, a bastardized form of Spanish. While there are lots of fun things and educational to do in Zamboanga City itself, for a truly unique travel experience and a rare glimpse of an indigenous people, you should make a point of going to the Yakan Weaving Village, situated in Upper Calarian, about 7 km west of the city itself.

Yakan Weaving